In the late 1960s and 1970s scores of black nationalist and pan africanist private schools from preschools to postsecondary institutions appeared in urban centers across the united states such institutions constituted a vibrant if overlooked submovement of black power founded by civil rights veterans who believed that forming parallel institutions in inner cities was an essential strategy . We are an african people independent education black power and the radical imagination article pdf available in the sixties 921 3 november 2016 with 169 reads how we measure reads. During the height of the black power movement of the late 1960s and 1970s dozens of pan african nationalist private schools from preschools to post secondary ventures appeared in urban settings across the united states the small independent enterprises were often accused of teaching hate and were routinely harassed by authorities yet these institutions served as critical mechanisms for . 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
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