The Western Journal of Black Studies

Volume 18, Issue 4



Section I: Afrocentrism: Concepts and Controversy

Africentricity: An Analysis of Two Culture Specific Instruments
Michell Myers and Vetta L. Sanders Thompson

The Functional Implications of Afrocentrism
Victor O. Okafor

The End of Africanity? The Bi-Racial Assault on Blackness
Rhett S. Jones

The Relevance of Ngugi Wa Thiong'o for the Afrocentric Quest
Ama Mazama


Section II: African American Art

"Art and Jazz Music in Motion"
The Paintings of J. Michael Howard


Section III: Cultural Diversity: Education, Race and Politics

Democracy, Diversity, and Multiculturalism in American Higher Education: Issues, Barriers, and Strategies for Change
J Blaine Hudson

The Intellectual Roots of the Controversy Around Cultural Diversity
and Political Correctness

Luke Trip


Section IV: Blacks and Jews

Hortense Powdermaker's After Freedom: Making Sense of the Conundrum of Black/Jewish Relations in American Anthropology and Society
Roland A. Foulkes





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