AFROCENTRIC PSEUDOSCIENCE

@article{Ortizdemontellano1995AFROCENTRICP,
  title={AFROCENTRIC PSEUDOSCIENCE},
  author={Bernard R. Ortizdemontellano},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1995},
  volume={775}
}
INORITIES A R E UNDERREPRESENTED in science and engineering. Children in these groups need examples of the role people M like them play and have played in science. In 1987, the Portland, Oregon School District published the African-American Baseline Essays, a set of six essays providing resource materials and references for teachers on the knowledge and contributions of Africans and African Americans. Unfortunately, this widely distributed attempt will increase scientific illiteracy and impede… Expand
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