The_Origin_and_History_of_Africana_Studies

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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Origin and History of Africana Studies AFST 1714
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When did Africana Studies begin? The intellectual and conceptual groundwork for  Africana Studies begins with the indigenous  knowledge systems and learning centers that  existed in places like, KMT (Ancient Egypt), and the  University of Timbuktu at Sankore.
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When did Africana Studies begin? The Intellectual and Conceptual Groundwork  for  Africana studies in the US. was laid by such  scholars as:  W.E.B. DuBois, Booker T. Washington,  Carter G. Woodson, Marcus and Amy Garvey, Zora  Neal Hurston and Others.
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W.E.B. DuBois Liberal Arts Education The Talented 10th Social Responsibility Integrationism Pan-Africanism Co-founder of the  National Association for  the Advancement of  Colored People  (NAACP)
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Booker T. Washington Self-Determination Vocational  education Racial Seperatism Esatblished the  Negro Buisiness  League
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Carter G. Woodson
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