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A definition –Pan Africanism

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  • A definition –Pan Africanism

    A definitionPan-Africanism is a dynamic concept of seeing Africa [and its populations] as one entity in its different components: people, cultures, history, and issues without ignoring the underlying diversity of these varied aspects, and considering Africans as one race wherever they are in time and space.

    In January 2011 Muammar Qaddafi convened in Tripoli an international conference where he invited Africans from all over the world, the Pacific, Australia, Latin America, North America, Caribbean islands, Africa, Asia and Europe to reflect on improving their well being where they live and contributing to Africa development. This was one of many expressions of a Pan-African spirit.

    Pan-Africanism cannot be reflected upon in a vacuum. The reason is where it derives its origins. Chinweizu, a preeminent pan-Africanist, explains that it “was formally born to seek ways for concerted action by Black people and their Diaspora to change the dismal and humiliating situation of being a conquered, despised and disrespected group; and to restore their power, sovereignty and dignity.”

    Pan-Africanism has been a movement against imperialism in all its forms and for the liberation of Black Africans from the evils of Black enslavement and colonialism, and from the racism these produced.

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    As a Black=Afrakan people this is something we need to attempt to strongly put it into practice wherever we are not just talking but moving on it Economically and Socially as well as Politically