DAILYKENN.com -- I've nothing against the Africentric concept other than presupposing it's little more than cultural Marxism effort to instill victimization in the minds of black students as they calculate the space of a polygon.
If diversity is our strength, why do we need Africentric math? Wouldn't black students gain more strength from a diverse math environment?
If race is a social construct that begets racism, wouldn't an Africentric class reinforce that construct and, in turn, anti-black racism?
Does immersing oneself in a culture-specific environment aid in advancing math skills?
Is the Africentric approach a backdoor excuse to blame black failure on "systemic racism"? If not, then why do East Asians excel in math and sciences without Asian-centric math courses?
Will the Africentric learning environment inflict a negative impact when graduates enter the workforce?
Are other people groups afforded the same privilege? Will there be a homocentric math class for homosexual? A transcentric math class for transexuals? A female-centric math class for females? An autistic-centric math class for students with autism? If not, then why are black students given preferential status.
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