Pan-Africanism represents the complexities of black political and intellectual thought over two hundred years What constitutes Pan-Africanism what one might include in a Pan-African movement often changes according to whether the focus is on politics, ideology, organizations or culture Pan-Africanism actually reflects a range of political views At a basic level it is a belief that African peoples both on the African continent and in the Diaspora share not merely a common history but a common destiny This sense of interconnected pasts and futures has taken many forms especially in the creation of political institutions


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