The Role of Female Educators in the Pan-African Movement

African-American Studies / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
An historical overview of women educators in the Pan-African movement, including a look at various theories on educating Africans.

An overview of women educators in the Pan-African movement, covering the era of slavery in the U.S. until the 20th century, with comparisons of different approaches and theories of educating Africans.
“With every conference that has been held or organization established, Pan-Africanists have espoused the ideals of Black nationhood, economic independence and self-knowledge in order to combat the subjugating values of American and European society. It is only right then, that some would attempt to carry out this task by traveling to Africa, with the purpose of imparting knowledge onto their African sisters and brothers.”


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