Black Academic ExcellenceUniversal Write Publications We Will Tell Our Own Story UWP is interested in speaking to authors. Learn More Popular Books UWP books are available at your favorite online bookstores. We Will Tell Our Own Story UWP Call for Essays: Illmatic Consequences, The Clap Back to Opponents to Critical Race Theory Read Call For Papers SANKOFA "return and get it"symbol of the importance of learning from the past Author Submissions Invitation to Submit HWE MU DUA "measuring stick" symbol of examination and quality control. This symbol stresses the need to strive for the best quality, whether in the production of goods or in human endeavors. The Reading Room See Prior Published Works NSAA a type of hand-woven fabric, a symbol of excellence, genuineness, authenticity. The symbols reflect a saying: "nea onnim nsaa oto n'ago", which is translated as "He who does not know authentic Nsaa will buy the fakes." News & Information Coming Soon. Available at your favorite online bookstore. Nah DoveThe Afrocentric School: A Blueprint Who were we? This book endeavors to answer that question. This handbook humbly offers ideas based on ancient African principles that relate to the critical role of teaching our children. Grounded in the love of African humanity -- women, men, girls, and boys -- this handbook counters anti-African and anti-Black beliefs that have been propounded over centuries. The Afrocentric School recognizes a range of African cultural values, beliefs, and behaviors that exists, just as there are among the different peoples who conquered Africa. In this work, the cultural legacy and heritage of Africa is embraced to provide the knowledge that will reawaken the cultural memory. The handbook provides a foundational curriculum for children aged 3-15 years, and its standards are based upon expectations developed from a baseline study on child development and education. Molefi Kete AsanteThe Precarious Center The Precarious Center or When Will the African Narrative Hold? dispels the Western romanization of Greek, English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese to the detriment of African ideas and ideals. This text re-centers the African world and dispels the dominating myths and memes of Greek society, which have obliterated all other approaches with the false idea of European superiority in a multiethnic and multicultural world. The Precarious Center strengthens global communication equality and frees the human spirit by challenging the assertive memes of the West to allow spaces for other cultural postures to thrive. Available at your favorite online bookstore. Join Our Mailing List Join us for upcoming releases, calls for chapters, conversations, and author events. Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. SIGN UP Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.