3 thoughts on “Uwenzi: The Pan-African Factor

  1. Our struggle has many components. Great questions brother Jared and I’m looking forward to reading the book. I believe Swahili should be taught in every predominantly black school.

  2. Pan- Africanism’s ideology asserts that the fate of all African peoples and countries are intertwined. Certainly the realization of this fate and intertwinement is enhanced when people in Africa and the diaspora are informed how African civilizations are reflected in the aesthetic, social and metaphysical traditions [ music, sculpture, textiles, architecture, religion, ideogrammatic writing ] of black people in the United States, Cuba, Haiti, Trinidad, Mexico, Brazil and other places in the New World. [ Flash of The Spirit: Robert F. Thompson ]. At its core Pan- Africanism is a belief that African peoples, both on the continent and in the diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a common destiny, and Uwenzi-cooperation is an essential and necessary resource in moving forward.

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