Definition of Afrocentrism in English:



  • See Afrocentric

    • ‘He was an early proponent of multiculturalism and Afrocentrism.’
    • ‘The growing emphasis on Afrocentrism in weddings is not just a desire to connect with and continue tradition in the wedding ceremony.’
    • ‘Most of the chapters here provide useful examples of how popular culture, theology, politics, the bible, theological reflection, revolution, protest, Afrocentrism and Caribbean history intersect.’
    • ‘My public elementary school was pretty awesome despite its Afrocentrism - Afrocentrism was mostly used as a pathway into American history and common values, not an alternative to those values.’
    • ‘Nonetheless, because Afrocentrism is being taught in schools and universities and is taken seriously by many people, it presents a challenge that requires an informed response.’