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National Council of Black Studies (NCBS) Founded in 1976, its first chairperson was Dr. Bertha Maxwell Roddy Article II of the BCBS Constitution To promote and strengthen academic and community programs in the area of black  studies   Future Direction and Goals of NCBS Continues production of discipline literature and organizational documents  Ongoing and expanded grant and research proposals for development of projects for  the discipline, faculty, student and community  Continuing organizational professionalization and reorganization for improved  performance and service  Increasing and enriching contexts for discourse and exchange i.e. conferences,  symposia, and workshops PART 2:  Exploring the Major Structural Frameworks in Axiological Reality: (Book) Afrocentricity: The Theory of Social Change – Dr. Molefi Asante  had academic and social implications  energized black studies giving it a new direction developer of first PHD program of African Studies at Temple in 1988 Afrocentric Theory Emphasizes location and centeredness, African agency and African frame of reference  in research methodology and intellectual production 
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  • Spring '12
  • MichaelTillotson
  • African People, African Studies Association, classical african studies, African heritage studies

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