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FUNgasa: Free Oneself! The Magazine for African-American Home Educators, a publication of Inspira Press, is a quarterly E-Zine, sent directly to your e-mail box every January, April, July, and October.

FUNgasa welcomes contributions from unschoolers and homeschoolers everywhere. If you have an idea for a future story or would like to contribute your article, please send your suggestions/articles in the body of an e-mail to the

If you have a product or book of interest to African-American Homeschoolers, feel free to contact us for a review. FUNgasa does not publish negative reviews. If we cannot in good conscience, write a positive review, we will not write one at all. FUNgasa book reviews include a link to Barnes & Noble where readers may purchase your book online. In addition, the reviews are posted for all Barnes & Noble shoppers to read.

Please send 2 Copies of your product to:
FUNgasa Magazine
7549 W. Cactus Road
Suite #104-340
Peoria, AZ 85381

Articles that appear in FUNgasa do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Publisher, nor do they constitute an endorsement. Contributing writers are soley responsible for the accuracy of their articles.

S. Courtney Walton,
Phoenix, AZ

Graphic Design
Zorrie Graphic Design & Printing
Glendale, AZ 
Jennifer James,
Chapel Hill, NC

Contributing Writers
Pier Penic, Washington D.C. 

Monica Utsey,
Washington D.C.

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In the meantime, we hope you will enjoy visiting our host web site -- African-American Unschooling. Visit African-American Unschooling for creative ideas on incorporating African and African-American culture into your homeschooling, articles and resources on unschooling, and networking opportunities with other African-American Unschoolers and Homeschoolers.