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Ideological background: Black

It is not practical to provide a complete overview of all the ideological forces that lay behind the conflict of Black Africa against colonialism in this writing. It is shown by some authors to be traceable back to the Pan-African movement that originated at the start of the twentieth century in America, attempting to sanctify the American Negro but also reaching out to the black nations of Africa. It started with figures like Booker T. Washington and the more radical Dr. William Du Bois, with his National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People – NAACP, to culminate in the visionary ideas of Marcus Garvey who prophesized a Black African Empire and evangelized Black Zionism.

On this a number of conferences of the Independent African States and the All African Peoples Conference-movement and various others followed, as...

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