• FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR RISE AND GROWTH OF NATIONALITY IN NIGERIA.
    govern themselves. Pan-African movements, founded by notable black leaders in the United States such as Garvey and W.E.B. Du Bois, encouraged black militancy and cooperation. The rise of the Soviet Union and the growing influence of socialism and communism supplied ideas on freedom and emancipation...
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  • Legacy of Kwame Nkrumah
    motivate Africans within Africa and in the Diaspora. Just as “Africans of the blood initially pioneered the movement for Pan-Africanism outside the African continent” such individuals again took up the initiative in the early 1970s. “The initiative for organising the Sixth Pan-African Congress came...
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  • History Research
    virus present may have impacted the decolonization of Ghana larger than thought. Alliances were made and rumor suggests that European firms in Ghana like the United Africa Company had been developing huge cocoa plantations in the Far East and were anxious to curtail West African production to offset...
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  • Africa Chapter 33
    the economic slump brought on by the Great Depression. • African-American political figures such as Marcus Garvey and W.E.B Du Bois had a major impact on emerging African nationalist leaders. In the 1920s, attempts were made to arouse all-Africa loyalties and build pan-African organizations. The...
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  • Don Dean
    -rule Congress in 1909 to defend the interests of the Africans F. Charismatic African-American leaders had significant roles in the 1) 1930s & 1940s-Afrikaner National party dominated the political formation of pan-African movements (Garvey, DuBois) scene 1) French Africa-negritude movement a...
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  • Sub -Saharan Africa After the Major Wars
    transition from a series of small distressed countries to one strong unified nation. “Complicating the decolonization process were internal divisions in African societies, which undermined attempts to forge national or pan-African identities”. What were some of the internal divisions? Sub-Saharan Africa...
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  • Caribbean Studies
    national hero of Jamaica and lives on through music, and in the inspiration he gave to budding politicians, trade union leaders, the civil rights movement and the decolonization movement of the Caribbean and Africa based on nationalism Pan Africanism in the British Caribbean • In the interwar...
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  • Cultural Erasure
    Ultimate Pan-African Festival’. In Smart and Nehusi (eds) pp. 2976. ––– (2000b) ‘It’s not French (Europe), It’s really French-based Creole (Africa)’. In Smart and Nehusi (eds) pp. 197-221. Springer, Pearl Eintou (2000) ‘Carnival: Identity, Ethnicity and Spirituality’. In Smart and Nehusi (eds...
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  • Godard
    peripheral or marginal. These are the terms used to describe the opposition between the industrialized nations and the Third World. (p. 9) An examination of Week-end's African and Algerian immigrant workers sequence allows one to link the process of decolonization in Africa with the possibility of a...
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  • Decolonization and the Rise of the Third World
    consciousness is a political fact.” (H.Macmillan, 1960, Wikipedia) This speech would mark dramatic change of political shift; he was suggesting the growing consciousness of nationalism in Africa was the Main force behind the speedy process of decolonization. The Nationalist movements from the soil of...
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  • The Transnational Anti-Apartheid Movement
    movement that would bring together a broad coalition of global actors, groups, and organizations that would bring the South African apartheid government to bear the weight of international pressure. The 1960’s saw the rise of increased resistance against apartheid in South Africa and around the world...
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  • Something Torn and New
    organization on the continent to bring Africans of different cultural ethnicities together to fight for their place in the sun—or a place on which to lay their burden, to use the Garveysian phrase. This momentous event was inspired by the ideas of the New Negro Movement and Pan-Africanism in...
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  • Kwame Nkrumah
    movement worked'. He arrived in London in May 1945 intending to study at the LSE. After meeting with George Padmore, he helped organize the Fifth Pan-African Congress in Manchester, England. Then he founded the West African National Secretariat to work for the decolonization of Africa. Nkrumah...
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  • Ap World History 1914 to Present
    decolonization 1. African independence movements 2. world opinion 3. cost of maintaining colonies 4. ideology – hard to defend colonialism, when just finished war for democracy i. Generalizations 1. African nations with clear black majority – nationhood easier 2. Colonies...
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  • Stan
    results the gains of black civil rights in America, the independence of the Caribbean territories, the independence of Africa, and the rise of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) and, more recently, the African Union. Africa’s role as the base of black history was always in Dubois’s mind. “As I...
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  • Files
    , was propaganda important in the rise and rule of Hitler? (or any single-party leader) ← Why did Lenin and the Reds triumph over the White? ← Why did the Nazi party gain power in Germany instead of the Commmunists? Decolonization and Independence movements in Africa and Asia...
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  • European Colonization and African American Development
    exploitation, are all factors of what eventually provided for the stimulus to the pan-African idea and action (Lynch, 32). This new wave of liberation is what motivated blacks to make a change for the better, and sought to unite separated Africans in the struggle for freedom. Africa for Africans, as...
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  • Marcus Garvey
    Marcus Garvey as a national hero, Jamaicans pay tribute also to a leader who pioneered a role for Africa and Africans in world affairs. His vision was of black United Nations governed by black leaders. Garvey had a profound respect for books, education and scholarship. He was a philosopher as well...
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  • African Diaspora
    1. The Pan African movement was dedicated to establishing independence for African nations and cultivating unity among black people throughout the world. During this time leaders across the nation held conferences in which they discussed the de-colonization process in Africa. The primary leader...
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  • Apartheid (Separateness)
    a significant divestment movement started, pressuring investors to disinvest from South African companies or companies that did business with South Africa. The Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was created in 1963. Its primary objectives were to eradicate colonialism and improve social, political...
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