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  Topics: History: Pan-Africanism

African Development Forum III (U.N. Economic Commission for Africa, March 3-8, 2002, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
"Defining Priorities for Regional Integration." "an initiative led by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) to establish an African-driven development agenda...." Has full text papers on African economic integration, the African Union, peace and security, refugees, ECOMOG, etc. Has a database of African regional organizations, documents on NEPAD, New Partnership for African Development (includes the Omega Plan), an 11 page historical background on political and economic unity. http://www.uneca.org/adfiii/

See also Towards a United Africa covering the evolution of Pan-Africanism, the OAU to the AU, the text of historic speeches by Africa's heads of state at the formation on the OAU and other historic documents on African unity. http://www.uneca.org/adfiii/riefforts/
Blyden (Edward Wilmot) and Africanism in America
Essay by Dr. Eluemuno-Chukuemeka R. Blyden, the great-grandson of Blyden. It is an "introduction to Blyden's Africanist ideas and his vision of the role of African Americans in the future of Africa."  "...given at the 1992 Pan African Congress of North America held in Savannah, Georgia, USA."  Includes a biographical outline and bibliography. [KF] http://www.columbia.edu/~hcb8/EWB_Museum/Dedication.html
British Broadcasting Company. The Story of Africa
"the history of the continent from an African perspective." "from the origins of humankind to the end of South African apartheid" by major African historians (Jacob Ajayi, George Abungu, Director-General of the National Museums of Kenya and others). Includes audio of each segment of the BBC program. (Requires sound card, speaker or headphone). Each segment has a timeline, bibliography, useful links. Includes history of the Pan African Congresses. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/africa/features/storyofafrica/
Brown, Haines - World History Archives
Has three items from the 1990s on Pan-Africanism. Maintained by Dr. Brown, emeritus history professor, Central Connecticut State.  http://www.hartford hwp.com/archives/index.html
Center for Research Libraries - Documents on African Political History, 1938-1970: compiled by Ruth Schachter Morgenthau
An inventory of African political party materials (1945-1963) and government documents (1938-1970). Full text, in pdf. 18 pages. "The collection, comprising 23 microfilm reels, contains core documentation and important primary resource material used as a basis for Dr. Morgenthau's prize-winning book, "Political Parties in French Speaking West Africa." (1965 winner of the Melville J. Herskovits award)."

Includes trade union publications, R.D.A. publications, French policy in Africa, pan-african conferences. Covers Dahomey (Benin), Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, Senegal, Soudan (Mali), Belgian Congo, Cameroun, Ghana, Federation of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, Togo, Gambia, Uganda, etc.

"The newspapers and serials contained within the collection have been cataloged separately and contain a number of unique titles not previously referenced in OCLC. A listing of these titles may be found by searching the Center's catalog with the series title "Documents on African Political History." The 28 reel collection can be borrowed by CAMP members and CRL members. Non-members pay $110 for interlibrary loan. http://www.crl.edu/areastudies/CAMP/collections/campguide.htm
Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society, CASAS
Has full text papers on language issues in Africa, on Pan-Africanism, and on development. Publishes Tinabantu - Journal of African National Affairs. Carries discussion topics on AIDS, maize, improving soil fertility, the neem tree (control of agricultural pests) in English and at least four African languages. [KF] http://www.casas.co.za/
Clarke, John Henrik
Cornell University. John Henrik Clarke Africana Library - has a biography, bibliography of his works, and essay. http://www.library.cornell.edu/africana/Library/Clarke.html
Contours: a Journal of the African Diaspora (Champaign, Illinois)
Table of contents and some full text articles. Libraries pay $45 p.a. http://www.press.uillinois.edu/journals/contours.html

Full text articles include -
Imagining and Inventing the Postcolonial State in Africa, by Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (Vol. 1, NO. 1, Spring 2003). Includes Panafricanism.
Creation of the OAU (Organization of African Unity) - Makonnen Ketema
Account by Makonnen Ketema whose father, the late Ketema Yifru, was former foreign minister of Ethiopia and closely involved in the OAU's creation. Includes a biography and photographs of K. Yifru. Also photographs of Kwame Nkrumah, Modibo Kieta of Mali, Seku Toure of Guinea, Emperor Haile Selassie, Jomo Kenyatta, William Tubman, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Diallo Telli, Tafewa Balewa, Salim Ahmed Salim and others. http://www.oau-creation.com/
Diawara, Manthia
Professor Diawara is Chair of the Africana Studies Department, New York University.
Site includes his essay, Pan-Africanism and Pedagogy. http://www.blackculturalstudies.org/m_diawara/diawara.html
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963. "The Souls of Black Folk; Essays and Sketches" (1903)
Project Gutenberg provides the full-text of the book. http://digital.library.upenn.edu/webbin/gutbook/lookup?num=408
DuBois, W. E. B.
A biography of DuBois and the full text of The Souls of Black Folks (1903). From Bartleby.com. http://www.bartleby.com/people/DuBois-W.html
Encyclopaedia Africana - Ghana
Gives a history of the project "information on W.E.B. Du Bois' dream of an all-African Encyclopaedia Africana. The publishing of these volumes began in 1962--one year before Du Bois' death--in Accra Ghana, and continues today under the direction of Grace Bansa, Secretariat to the Encyclopaedia Africana Project (EAP)." Three volumes have been published; information on ordering is provided. Site architect is Prema Qadir. http://www.endarkenment.com/eap/
Garvey - Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers Project
This is the web site for the project, directed by Robert A. Hill, at the James S. Coleman African Studies Center, UCLA. Has the text of the book jackets, the introductions and sample documents for the African series, 1913-1945, American series, and Caribbean series. Has photos and, for those with multimedia computers, sound files of two speeches by Garvey, the only known recordings of his voice. http://www.international.ucla.edu/mgpp/ or
http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/mgpp/
Garvey - Benin Fabric Depiction
A Benin fabric panel honoring the 1987 centennial of Marcus Garvey's birth which depicts Garvey as politician, scholar, admiral is used to illustrate a conference, Prophets, Visionaries and their Publics in the Afro-Atlantic World, October 9-10, 1998, at the University of Maryland. http://www.inform.umd.edu/ARHU/Prophets/
H-Afro-Am
A moderated discussion list for African American Studies "(also called Afrocentricity, Africology, Africana Studies, Afro-American Studies, Black Studies, and Pan-African Studies)." H-AFRO-AM is owned by H-Net. To subscribe, send email to: listserv@h-net.msu.edu
In the Message area write: sub h-afro-am firstname lastname, institution
Example: sub h-afro-am Jane Doe, U of Pennsylvania
Halsall, Paul - Internet African History Sourcebook
Has full-text sources for African history arranged by topics. Includes the Black Athena Debate, Nkrumah, and many other historical topics. Maintained by Paul Halsall, Fordham University. http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/africa/africasbook.html
Jekaben
In French. Game created by Salif Tidiane Ba (based in Dakar, Senegal) to promote Pan-Africanism. See the National Public Radio article, Oct. 23, 2009 - Not-So-Trivial Pursuit Of A United States Of Africa
by Ofeibea Quist-Arcton. http://www.jekaben.com/
Journal of Pan African Studies (Los Angeles)
"A scholary journal devoted to African world community studies, published four times a year." Maintained by Amen-Ra Community Assembly of California. The Editor is Itibari M. Zulu. http://www.jpanafrican.com

Articles include - Critical Indigenous African Education and Knowledge, by Itibari M. Zulu; The South Africa-Mali Timbuktu Project: Utilizing Skills and Talents to Advance the African Renaissanceby, by President Thabo M. Mbeki ; Pan African Dissertation Abstracts (in PDF)
[King] Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project
Volume IV: Symbol of the Movement, January 1957-December 1958 contains an interview by Etta Moten Barnett with King, 6 March 1957 in Accra, Ghana after the midnight independence celebration, in which King discusses Ghana's independence and "its worldwide implications and repercussions." Has King's sermon,7 April 1957 in Montgomery, Alabama, "The Birth of a New Nation" (16 p.) on the Gold Coast / Ghana history, his experience at the Independence ceremony, and on Kwame Nkrumah. There is a one page letter to Richard M. Nixon, 15 May 1957, referring to their meeting at Ghana's independence celebration. The Chronology for Vol. IV records King's visit to Ghana and West Africa March 1957. The Project is located at Stanford University. [KF] http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/
Nkrumah Infosite
A biography, bibliography of books on Nkrumah, photographs, audio clips. Designed by Zizwe Mtafuta-Ukweli for R4R productions. http://www.nkrumah.net/indexes/z1.html
Northwestern University. Global Mappings: A Political Atlas of the African Diaspora
A web site on "linkages between transnational black politics, social movements and world historical events of the 20th century." Has a photograph of Chief Lapido Solanke, founder of the West African Students Union and other photographs, articles from books or specially prepared on the National Congress of British West Africa, the Pan African Congresses, the West African Students Union, the Aborigines' Rights Protection Society, Joseph Casely Hayford, Herbert MacCaulay, and others. From the the Institute of Diasporic Studies, Northwestern University. [KF] http://diaspora.northwestern.edu/
Nsibidi (Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain)
In Spanish. Revista de Estudios de Sociedad Historia, Economía y Cultura africanos de la Muunganiko wa Masomo ya Kiafrika na Uafrika, Asociación de Estudios Africanos y Panafricanismo. Full text articles. Based in Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain. http://www.nsibidi.org/
[Nyerere, Julius] Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Site
"... a special section within the South Centre...to give access....to some of the significant speeches, statements and writings of Mwalimu Nyerere over the years,..." Contains tributes paid to the late President of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere; papers or articles written on his role; photographs of Nyerere. Includes a biography, a keynote address by Professor Ali A. Marzuri at a 2002 U. N. commemorative meeting, a speech by Ms. Joan Wicken, Personal Assistant to Nyerere, and remarks by Ambassador Daudi N. Mwakawago, Permanent Representative of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United Nations. Also has "Presidential Oratory for the Pan-African Cause: The Nyerere Harangues" (from Reflections on leadership in Africa : forty years after independence / Haroub Othman [editor]. Imprint: Brussels, Belgium : VUB University Press, c2000.) On the web site of South Centre, Geneva, Switzerland. [KF] http://www.southcentre.org/mwalimu/tributes/index.htm
Pan African Cultural Festival, 2nd, Algiers, Algeria, July 5-20, 2009
http://www.panafalger2009.com/
Pan African Eye
"an independent information site, designed by Africans. It includes news analyses, events [in the U.K.], meetings and a forum for the community to contribute to discussions on burning issues." News of the African Liberation Support Campaign-Network (U.K.), commentary. http://www.panafricaneye.com
Pan African Movement (Kampala)
Articles, statements, letters by Horace Campbell, Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem (the General-Secretary of the PAM), and others on Congo-Kinshasa, Angola, Nigeria, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Pan-Africanism, Clinton's Africa trip, etc.. Based in Kampala, Uganda.  http://www.prairienet.org/acas/panafrican.html
Ture, Kwame - Stokely Carmichael
Site about the African-American civil rights leader who lived much of his life in Guinea. http://www.interchange.org/KwameTure/

See also: "Kwame Ture (In His Words): a Selective Bibliography, by Dorothy Ann Washington. http://www.purdue.edu/bcc/library/ture.htm

"Kwame Turé: Tribute to a Departed Pan-Africanist" by Prof. Tony Martin. http://www.usafricaonline.com/KwameTure.html
UhuruTV - Marcus Garvey Lives On!
On-line video about Marcus Garvey (Jamaican born black nationalist leader of the Back to Africa Movement). Requires Quicktime. From Uhuru News/Burning Spear, based in St. Petersburg, Florida. http://uhurunews.com/tv/?program=garvey_tribute



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