By Aja Oro
- Release Date: 2012-05-10
- Genre: Politics & Current Events
Afrophobia Aja Oro Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
This book analyses in a compelling and detailed manner, the role of colonialism in African culture with respect to staunch African cultural preservationists, and those Africans who have unreasonably traded their cultural traditions for westernization. In carrying out this analytical assessment per se, the concept of Afrophobia, or the fear of being an African, was developed and utilized to thoroughly describe and examine both scenarios, so as to provide a very solid empirical understanding of the deleterious effects of colonialism on the entire African continent-as well as on the global community.
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