Alain Locke and the AAAE movement: Cultural pluralism and Negro adult education

Guy, Talmadge C.
June 1996
Adult Education Quarterly;Summer96, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p209
Academic Journal
Examines Alain Locke's application of cultural pluralism to adult education by reviewing his involvement in the American Association for Adult Education (AAAE)-sponsored Negro experiments in adult education from 1931 to 1935. Biographical and intellectual development of Locke, one of the key leaders in the Harlem Renaissance; Views regarding the new Negro and cultural pluralism.


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