Kente Cloth

Africa and African American Studies

Kente Cloth

The Program

Why Study African/and African American StudiesAfrican

The Courses

Minor in African and African American Studies

Faculty

Registration Form for the Minor Program

Useful Links

 

For More Information:
dsanders@njc
u.edu

   

 

 

   
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Why Study African and African American Studies?

 

·African American History has played a central role in the historical evolution of the United States. An understanding of this history is cricual.

The legacy of racial problems in American requires a thorough investigation for those who seek to reflect upon contemporary public policy.

The curriculum critiques the knowledge presented in the traditional disciplines and professions and offers alternative perspectives on social change and development.

Increasing interdependence of the global community requires the cultivation of a body of knowledge about the historical and contemporary developments of African nations.

The culture of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora has enriched the culture of the Americas.

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