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Foundations Context How to get involved Africa Today Where we are (2) Actors Henry Sylvester Williams
W. E. B. Du Bois
George Padmore
Kwame Nkrumah
Jomo Kenyatta
Patrice Lumumba Definition Pan-Africanism Today Political Integration
Economic Integration
Common Security
African Union
Other Actors “Africans are not a cultural and historical tabula rasa…. African society will not truly be modernized until we are once more proud of our traditions and core values.” CHALLENGES
What are the current challenges facing African states and peoples? What are the key obstacles to Pan-African ideals being realised?

How are the tides changing? Where are the foundations for hope? Dreams and Realities Origins Pan-Africanism is a dynamic concept of seeing Africa 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. “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.” Chinweizu 525 BC - Persian occupation
640 AD - Arab occupation
15th Century - Slave trade begins
1900 - Colonisation completed Where we are GLOBALISATION
To what extent have globalization processes affected the way the African race is treated (inside and outside the continent)?
Are the roles of international financial and non-governmental institutions compatible with the Pan-African agenda? Africa Tomorrow Strategies Kwesi Kwa Prah
although the data shows a promising future for the continent, the question remains;
Legacy Projects
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