“A passionate call for a return to humanity. Molefi Kete Asante offers a provocative and enlightening analysis of rhetorical construction of race and identity in historical, intellectual, and institutional contexts as well as a solution to heal wounds and repair souls.”
—Xing Lu, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Communications, DePaul University
“Molefi Asante’s most recent work continues to set the standard for critically discussing how African Americans and the Afrocentric idea have challenged the race concept in America and around the world. This is a highly informative and powerful book which stimulates us to move beyond our rudimentary constructs of race and power.”
—Katherine Bankole, Ph.D., Director
West Virginia University Center for Black Culture and Research
Assistant Professor of History, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences