Beyond the Color Line: Pan-Africanist Disputations : Selected Sketches, Letters, Papers, and Reviews
A powerful collection of sketches, reviews, and papers focusing on issues related to African emancipation. This volume touches on many crucial themes such as Black Consciousness as a reference point of Pan-Africanism and the relationship between race and class, colour as an instrument of African oppression and exploitation, the myth of race and colour and the psychological syndrome of self-hatred that has been transferred from one generation to the next. The means by which African emancipation both on the continent and the Diaspora is to be approached are also examined.
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