“We feel the way to change that is to put a focus on education of those children being educated from their own perspective,” explains Geuka.Which is why he and two others founded the Joseph Littles - Nguzo Saba Charter School in Florida.
“The public education system in America no matter how well intended it may be, it actually demoralizes black children and black people because it dismisses for the most part that people of African descent have ever contributed anything of any significance to the forward flow of civilization.”Bro. Geuka documented his thoughts on African-centered Education a few years ago when he delivered a black paper at the University of Cincinnati. Geuka says once he arrives in Washington D.C. he plans on holding a rally and also reading a proclamation for African Centered Education Elevation Day.
NOTE: I appreciate the efforts of anyone ... including Amefika Geuka ... when it comes to turning around the abismyl results of our public education system. I encouage villagers to learn more about his travels and his school. I'm going to follow his progress via Twitter as well.
What are your thoughts on African-centered education (in general) or this man's walkathon (in particular)? What say u?