Pan-Africanism

Future of St.Kitts-Nevis is in good hands with Team UNITY says Former Howard University Economics Professor

Howard University Professor Dr. Everson Hull

Dr. Hull praised Dr. Harris for demonstrating a deep and broad understanding of the complexities of the fiscal challenges facing St.Kitts-Nevis and declared that the future of the federation is in good hands with Team UNITY .

“He was passionate in his presentation. He has clearly benefited from his longevity of service and it shows in his presentation. His ability to confront head-on the questions raised from the floor was, in each instance, smack on the money,” said Hull on Dr. Harris

via Future of St.Kitts-Nevis is in good hands with Team UNITY says Former Howard University Economics Professor.

Kwame Ture defines Pan-Africanism (1 of 2) – YouTube

Uploaded on Jun 2, 2010

Speaking in 1995, three years before his passing on, Kwame Ture (formerly Stokeley Carmichael) gives the conception of Pan-Africanism on which the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party is based on. For more info, go to http://www.aaprp-intl.org.

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Alexander Crummell: pioneering African-American priest, professor and African nationalist

Alexander Crummell (March 3, 1819 – September 10, 1898) was a pioneering African-American priest, professor and African nationalist. Ordained as an Episcopal priest in the United States, Crummell went to England in the late 1840s to raise money for his church by lecturing about American slavery. Abolitionists supported his three years of study at Cambridge, where Crummell developed concepts of pan-Africanism.

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Africa Calls for a Return to Basics, Pan-Africanism • Africanglobe.net

Olaudah Equiano was an abolitionist living in Britain during the 18th century

AFRICANGLOBE – There was a time when talking about Pan-Africanism had become so old and retrogressive.

This was a time when everybody was becoming Eurocentric; when Afrocentrism was, just as was the case with everything African, shunned upon.

Everybody wanted a piece of Europe and to get one, they had to surrender a piece of their Africaness.

But the decision by many African leaders at the recent AU 50th anniversary celebration in Addis Ababa appears to be taking the continent back to the four-way crossing for a new beginning.

One thing is very certain – it is not going to be easy going for Africa to change direction now, especially after tying herself up into all the trade and debt knots.

While almost every sensible leader can now talk with a straight face about the importance of adding value to Africa’s material resources, those who have been dependent on the continent will not take this lightly.

via Africa Calls for a Return to Basics, Pan-Africanism • Africanglobe.net.