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Afrocentric Perspective

Afrocentric Perspective

By: Dr. Molefi Kete Asante The Afrocentric paradigm is a revolutionary shift in thinking proposed as a constructural adjustment to black disorientation, decenteredness, and lack of agency. The Afrocentrist asks the question, “What would African people do if there were no white people?”  In other words, what natural responses would […]

by June 16, 2014 0 comments
Are you Covered Cute? – Islamic Perspective

Are you Covered Cute? – Islamic Perspective

It is the general consensus among the Muslims that a Muslim woman is required to cover her head leaving only her face showing as part of an overall dress code and behaviour which Islam prescribes. It is therefore part of the social system of Islam, and a manifestation of important […]

by June 9, 2014 0 comments
Are you Covered Cute? – Islamic Perspective

Are you Covered Cute? – Islamic Perspective

It is the general consensus among the Muslims that a Muslim woman is required to cover her head leaving only her face showing as part of an overall dress code and behaviour which Islam prescribes. It is therefore part of the social system of Islam, and a manifestation of important […]

by January 6, 2014 0 comments