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How far has the United States of America come from its violent, racist past? What evidence do we have today that minorities, especially black people, have a better chance of being treated equally by a society dominated by wealthy white elites? Why are there still so many deaths and disappearances due to the color of a person’s skin? Many people believe that the United States has moved on from slavery and Jim Crow segregation to an era where one is judged by the content of his/her character…Continue
As was discussed in earlier engagements with Pan Africanism, Pan Africanism’s purpose is the formation of a United States of Africa and for greater co-operation between the different peoples of the African Diaspora to be achieved. It is a dynamic political philosophy in the words of George Padmore designed to achieve social justice and human equality. In order to gain a deeper understanding of Pan Africanism, it is important to engage with its many sub-categories that have developed…Continue
In last weeks’ edition of the Earlham Word, my dear friend Vania Frederico wrote an article in response to my earlier article on how Pan Africanism should be the emphasis of Black History. Vania disagreed with my vision of Pan Africanism and how it could be used as a uniting force for the African Diaspora. Vania stated her belief that, “…The discourse on a common history of oppression and the umbilical tie to the motherland is not as compelling in the contemporary age” thusly what…Continue