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kwame nkrumah and fathia with the du boises aug

Rebellion, emigration and the development of Pan-Africanism

International Dimensions in the Resistance to the Atlantic Slave Trade and Colonialism Commentary African American History Month Series No. 5 Beginning in the early decades of the...
ida b. wells barnett marching in washington d.c. womens suffrage demonstration in 1913

Further Reflections on Women’s Suffrage and African Emancipation

African American History Month Series No. 4 From the antebellum period through the Civil War and Jim Crow the issues of gender and race were...
Women Suffrage movement organizers

Women’s Suffrage and African Emancipation During the 19th Century

African American History Month Series No. 3 From Seneca Falls to the Civil War and Reconstruction the struggle for national liberation and gender equality took...
Africans arrive in Jamestown Settlement in August 1619

400 Years (1619-2019) After the Beginning of African Enslavement in the British Colony of...

Six months from now a commemoration of the long saga of struggle against national oppression and economic exploitation In late August of 1619 approximately twenty...
Samuel L. Younge Jr. US Navy Photograph

Sammy Younge’ s murder and the political implications thereafter

By Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire African American History Month Series 2016, Number I On Jan. 3, 1966, a 21-year-old activist from Tuskegee, Alabama, Samuel Leamon...