Chief Fela Sowande, Traditional African Culture and the Black Studies Movement: A Student Remembers
Okantah, Mwatabu S., The Journal of Pan African Studies (Online)
African-Americans must ensure each new generation the existence of a sound knowledge base that informs and elucidates the history and experiences of black people....This is the continuing role of Black Studies programs as they struggle to exist in an era of advanced technology, with rapidly changing social patterns and limited resources. The promise of Black Studies ... lies in the ability to provide the foundation that supports and enriches; to nourish the vision and motivation of present and future generations; and to reaffirm the continuity between past, present and future.1
In a very real sense, this paper is my way to say "thank you," and to acknowledge, …
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Publication information: Article title: Chief Fela Sowande, Traditional African Culture and the Black Studies Movement: A Student Remembers. Contributors: Okantah, Mwatabu S. - Author. Journal title: The Journal of Pan African Studies (Online). Volume: 1. Issue: 10 Publication date: November 2007. Page number: 97+. © Itabari Zulu Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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