Africentric Homeschooling Resources
African-American Unschooling is the Internet resource for African-American Homeschoolers with an Africentric approach to learning all the time.
African-American Unschoolers encounter math, science, reading, writing, art and history in the Real World because real living leads to real learning!
The African-American Unschooling Web Site:
* Provides a point of contact for African-American Homeschoolers, the fastest growing segment in homeschooling;
* Features FUNgasa: Free Oneself! The Magazine for African-American Home Educators — a bimonthly E-Zine celebrating the diversity of African-American Homeschoolers; and
* Hosts a large link library and bookstore for generalÂ homeschooling and Africentric learning materials, plus Kiduka, our online shop for Africentric Homeschooling t-shirts, tote bags, journals and more!
African Americans are the fastest growing segment of homeschoolers in America and currently make up about 5% of the general homeschooling population. While the number of Black homeschoolers is increasing, families still often find themselves a minority within a minority and face many difficulties in networking with other African-American Homeschoolers and locating learning materials which positively reflect African and African-American culture. The African-American Unschooling Web Site provides several resources which fill this void in the homeschooling community.
Visit African-American Unschooling frequently for creative ideas on incorporating African and African-American culture into your homeschooling, articles and resources on unschooling from an African-American perspective, and networking with other African-American Unschoolers and Homeschoolers.