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What Happened to Afrocentricity?

 
Naomi CampbellFrom Clutch Magazine: Afrocentricity.

It used to be the default viewpoint of African-Americans. Asleep for decades, it restarted in the hip-hop community as a tremor in the late 1980's and by the early 1990's. A systematic quake of Afrocentricism ran like a current through the hearts and minds of Black folk in the United States.

Why was it so powerful? Because it was on the radio, in the streets, in the church pulpit and on TV. Back then word of mouth was still king. The World Wide Web was in its infancy, and households had yet to grab hold to personal computers.

Is it on the Rise Again? Will it Return? Find Out @ Clutch Magazine

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