Pan-Africanism & Negritude Essay by The Research Group

Pan-Africanism & Negritude
Origins, principles, development & impact of two movements defining the role of Africans in Africa & around the world.
# 20749 | 1,125 words | 5 sources | 1993 | US


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" Different circumstances produce different forms of political action, and the plight of black people in different parts of the world has produced different movements for rights and autonomy given the differing political conditions in which the people find themselves and the different specific goals they themselves develop. Pan-Africanism and Negritude are terms applied to certain movements having ideas in common about the way different African populations should view themselves and their relationship to the world. Both approaches have been active and influential in the Caribbean region and in South America where a large black population resides. The two approaches have certain things in common even as they have their differences, and an examination of some of the writings on the subject as well as a specific study of how the movements have developed in Brazil will show the.."

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