They demonstrated the centrality of black nationalism and pan africanism to african american educational struggles and to grassroots organizing during and after the heyday of black power an array of activist intellectuals saw the schools known as independent black institutions as alternatives to substandard inner city public schools and as initial steps of a crusade to build an autonomous black nation. 2016 we are an african people independent education black power and the radical imagination the sixties vol 9 no 2 pp 276 278. Pdf on nov 28 2016 kenja mccray published we are an african people independent education black power and the radical imagination find read and cite all the research you need on researchgate. We are an african people is the definitive study of the radical independent schools movement that flourished during and after the black power movements heyday russell rickfords meticulously researched account illuminates the depth and breadth of grassroots middle class and elite struggles to reimagine black identity through african centered education that prefigured contemporary debates over afrocentrism
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