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Ama Mazama

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Temple University

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Temple University

1601 North Broad Street, Room 206

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19122

United States

Company Description

Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1884. Temple has seven campuses in Pennsylvania, as well as campuses in Rome, Tokyo, Singapore, and London. Temple is among the nation's greatest providers of professional education (in law, medi...more

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Not-Back-To-School Time for Massachusetts Homeschoolers | NewBostonPost

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In a 2012 research paper published in the Journal of Black Studies, Temple University professor Ama Mazama revealed that black families were increasingly turning to homeschooling as a form of racial protectionism.
She found the growth in African-American homeschooling to be "an exercise in agency inspired by the desire to defeat racism through physical removal from one of its major spheres of operation, school."


A New Pan-African Column | Dr. Molefi Kete Asante

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Professor Ama Mazama, the Sorbonne-trained Afrocentrist from Guadeloupe, who teaches at Temple University in Philadelphia, often says, "They stole our lands and then turned around and stole information about our lands.


Vol. 5, No. 1

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Ama Mazama
Temple University


More and more black parents are home-schooling their children - Business Insider

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In short, in order to protect their children from school-related racism, more black parents are keeping their kids out of school entirely, writes Ama Mazama, a professor of African American Studies at Temple University in Philadelphia who has written extensively on home-schooling.
She has dubbed the movement "racial protectionism."


blackfamilies.org

According to , according to Ama Mazama, a Temple University professor, as many as 220,000 African American children are currently being home-schooled.
Mazama said the numbers were much lower a few years ago. Black families who choose home schooling are mostly urban, two-parent households. The parents of home-schooled children are often well-educated and in the upper or upper-middle class, she said


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