MYTH SALON: African Mythology Healing the Wounds of Racial Injustice Today with Dr. Clyde Ford
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Clyde W. Ford’s book, The Hero With An African Face, was described as “picking up where Joseph Campbell left off.” “I woke up alternately cursing and blessing Campbell,” Ford notes. “Cursing him because he should have presented African mythology in a much more welcoming light than he did but his racism blinded him, and blessing Campbell because his failure to do so provided a wonderful opportunity for me.”
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