Broadening the Meaning of Access to Education

”Education systems in Africa, not unlike its health systems, were built to reinforce hierarchies and indoctrinate indigenous people into participating in their own oppression. It is not so crazy, then, that after the end of formal colonization, Africans were left with institutions that were centred around colonial activity both in their physical locations and in their goals and methods.”


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