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Why Africans And African Americans Misunderstand Each Other

AFRICANGLOBE - There is a cold war between African Americans and Africans in Africa. Unfortunately, stereotypes are the building blocks of most of their disagreements. As Adichie says, the problem is not that stereotypes are completely untrue; it is just that they are incomplete.

Lets All Learn From Ghana How To Behave Like True Africans

AFRICANGLOBE - Despite Ghana having gone through a turbulent political history and serious economic woes. The people have demonstrated remarkable resilience over time, and they have maintained a singular culture of generosity and hospitality. You notice it right from the airport. To begin with, Ghana has had a policy dating back from the days of Kwame Nkrumah of being open to all Africans who come visiting.

SHAMEFUL: Africans Are Asking Their Enemies To Fund Their Army

AFRICANGLOBE - The African Union is reaching out to Gulf countries to support its peacekeeping missions, after the European Union reduced its annual $200 million funding by 20 per cent. The AU is also working with the United Nations Security Council to beg alternative funding for the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom).

Jackals Of The African Union Denounce Haiti’s Birthright – MUST READ

AFRICANGLOBE - The African Union is a rag-thug collection of sorry, pathetic and obdurate sellouts. They deserve nothing but to be arrested, collected, hung, killed, paled, decapitated and paraded through the streets of Kumasi, through the streets of Lagos, through the streets of Nairobi as a reminder of what should happen to anyone who represents powers other than that which is African on this continent. To hell with the African Union. It has no place in Africa.

An Overexploited Continent: Africa Needs A Second Liberation

AFRICANGLOBE - The World Bank estimates that as much as 70 percent of the net wealth in Africa is owned by non-indigenous Africans or foreigners. The World Bank also estimates that a staggering 65 percent of Africa’s best arable land is still controlled by white settlers or multinational corporations. Nowhere is this racial disparity more acute than in Africa’s richest nation, South Africa.

Fear Of Pan-Africanism: Propaganda War Against United Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Pan-Africanism is an ideology and movement that encourages the solidarity of Africans worldwide. It is based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress and aims to “unify and uplift” people of African descent.

Africans Must Unite Says Former South African President

AFRICANGLOBE - Our beloved Pan African iconic revolutionary leader on Pan Africanism and Pan African Renaissance, asked us as Africans in Diasporas and in Africa, to define ourselves.

African Renaissance Or Pan-Africanism?

AFRICANGLOBE - Before colonialism and slavery Europeans were fascinated by the greatness of Africa, in admiration of this continent, that famous Emperor of the Roman Empire Julius Caesar proclaimed to the world, “Ex Africa Semper Aliquid Novi!” (Out of Africa comes always something new).

Kenneth Kaunda Urges Renewal of Pan-Africanism

AFRICANGLOBE - Zambia’s founding President Dr Kenneth Kaunda has asked African countries to rekindle the spirit of pan-Africanism and claim that which belongs to them, the Post of Zambia reported on Tuesday.

In Search of a New Pan-Africanism

AFRICANGLOBE - - Bridging the gap between Pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance has been a top priority for the African Union (AU). But with a military coup in Egypt, instability in Sudan and Mali, and even the ailing health of former South African President and freedom fighter Nelson Mandela, solidifying its purpose and mission as the continent's mouthpiece has been a bumpy road for the organisation.

Africa Calls for a Return to Basics, Pan-Africanism

AFRICANGLOBE - There was a time when talking about Pan-Africanism had become so old and retrogressive. This was a time when everybody was becoming Eurocentric; when Afrocentrism was, just as was the case with everything African, shunned upon.

Pan-Africanism Revisited

AFRICANGLOBE - It must categorically be stated that Pan Africanism is a set of principles. One cannot violate those principles and yet claim to be a Pan Africanist. We should at all times recognise that all Black people whether they are born in India, Russia, England, America, Haiti, Brazil or Jamaica are Africans and they all belong to the African Nation.

Pan-Africanism More Important Now Than Ever – Dlamini-Zuma

AFRICANGLOBE - Like many South African activists, Nokosazana Dlamini-Zuma's attachment to pan-Africanism is more practical than ideological. The pan-African spirit, says Dlamini-Zuma, started as a means to define Africa's identity and fight against racial oppression.

John Henrik Clarke – A Great and Mighty Walk

AFRICANGLOBE - Documentarian St. Claire Bourne takes a close-up look at author and historian John Henrik Clarke, who, on camera for much of the film, bounces back and forth between a description of his own personal history, and his views on the history of Africa and of Pan-Africanism.