The organization grew out of a protest at the 1968 African Studies Association (ASA) meeting in Los Angeles. Led by Dr. John H. Clark, African descendant scholars demanded changes in ASA’s Eurocentric approaches to African Studies and its marginalization of African descendant scholars. Due to the failure of ASA
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