All-African People's Conference: Resolution on Imperialism and Colonialism, Accra, December 5-13, 1958
Source: Thoughts of a Ghetto Intellectual

The author writes about the impact the All Africa People’s Conference that was organised in December 1958 in Ghana had on liberation movements in Southern Africa, especially in Zimbabwe. 

Photo source: African Union

Professor Horace Campbell argues that Africa needs a new alliance of traders, workers, small farmers, progressive students, cultural artists and religious leaders to create a new movement for putting in place the mechanisms for the unification and freedom of Africa and not the current reformist leaders that the continent has. 

Saint Mary of Zion Church, Ethiopia.
Photo source: Aleteia

Thomas Jefferson should have known about Ethiopia.  That was what the late, great Pan-Africanist scholar Ali Mazrui suggested in his keynote address to a conference held at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in 2007.  I assisted Mazrui with research for that address and was honoured to travel with him to Ithaca and listen to his presentation as he reflected on Ethiopia with characteristic imagination and historical sensitivity.  

Photo source: US Slave

The author writes about double marginalisation faced by Africans in the diaspora, especially those living in the United States of America. 

Source: Black Alliance for Peace

Parallel tracks of United States government policy against the Black working class in the US and on the African continent expose much more than incidental similarity, but a concerted fatal conspiracy. 

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