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Pan-Africanism &
Pan-African Movements

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Information on Pan-Africanism
and Pan-African Movements

Please find below links to articles, statements, resolutions, videos and internal education on Pan-Africanism and its associated leaders and movements.

Charlotte Maxeke

Charlotte Maxeke, born in 1871, was a pioneering South African activist, educator, and leader. She was involved in various social justice movements, including the struggle

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Pan-African Answers for Food Injustice

Access to food is a human right but many African Americans do not recognize rights beyond those identified as civil rights. Our communities are food deserts and food swamps as an extension of earlier land negotiations that left urban America with a limited political voice, fewer economic options and a declining population that is being replaced by non-traditional inhabitants of the area.