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Elegguá y respeto por los afrocolombianos: una experiencia con docentes de Bogotá en torno a la Cátedra de Estudios Afrocolombianos
Revista de Estudios Sociales
In Colombia, invisibility and stereotyping are two important ways racism is practiced. The Afro-Colombian Studies Group of Colombia's National University decided to counteract both of them by developing an on-going education program for teachers in Bogotá on the Afro-Colombian Studies Program included in Law 70 of 1993 for elementary and secondary schools in order to promote teaching about Africa and Afro-America as a way to struggle against discrimination. The group found that the pedagogicaldoi:10.7440/res27.2007.06 fatcat:6kbogzugjzgeterv6qjpj56vqa