Sep 7, 2022 • 26M

Pan-African Contributions Towards The Rise Of Nationalism In Africa

Pan-Africanism is one of the fundamental factors to the wave of nationalism that grew across Africa, notably after the world wars.

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Mister Fahrenheit
The origins of colonialism in Africa and it’s effects on Modern day Africa, alongside the study of emblematic historical figures of African descent. Donate to support my research through PayPal or Mobile Money
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Dr. W.E.B. Dubois
Marcus Garvey
The First Pan-African Conference in Paris, 1919
Commemorative Plaque of the Fifth Pan-African Conference in Manchester
Attendees of the Fifth Pan-African Conference in Manchester, 1945. Including Nkrumah, Amy Garvey, Jomo Kenyatta, Dubois and other prominent people of African descent