Abstract: Dispels politically correct afro-centric myths that are being propagated by historical revisionists seeking to increase the self-esteem of minority youths using disinformation.
Keywords: book review, current_events, history, education, conspiracy, Afrocentric, afro-centrism, historical revisionism, revisionist, myths, multiculturalism, Greece Greek civilization, Egypt Egyptian influences.
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Title: Not out of Africa: How Afrocentrism Became an Excuse to Teach Myth as History
Author: Mary Lefkowitz
Publisher: Basic Books
Date Published: June 1997
ISBN: 046509838X
LOCN: DT14.L44 1997
Dewey: 949.5 21
Pages: 297
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Author:        Lefkowitz, Mary R., 1935-
Title:         Not out of Africa : how Afrocentrism became an
                  excuse to teach myth as history / Mary Lefkowitz.
Published:     New York : BasicBooks, c1997.
Description:   xviii, 297 p. : ill., map ; 21 cm.
LC Call No.:   DT14.L44 1997
Dewey No.:     949.5 21
ISBN:          046509838X (pbk.)
Notes:         "A New republic book."
               Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-280)
                  and index.
Subjects:      Afrocentrism.
               Greece -- Civilization -- Egyptian influences.
Control No.:   97183099 


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