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Dr. Ama Mazama

African American Studies Professor

Temple University

HQ Phone: (215) 204-7000

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Temple University

1801 N. Broad Street

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122

United States

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Background Information

Education

Ph.D.

University of La Sorbonne

Ph.D.

linguistics

University of La Sorbonne , Paris

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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."


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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


According to , according to Ama ...

blackfamilies.org [cached]

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


According to , according to Ama ...

blackfamilies.org [cached]

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


According to , according to Ama ...

blackfamilies.org [cached]

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.

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