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Lewis Rupert
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Pan- Africanism: Ethical challenges
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Pan-Africanism, African Politics and progressive values.
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July 28-29, 2005
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Sandton Convention Centre, Johhannesburg
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5
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Notes
Presented earlier at:Towards Unity and United Action by Africans and the African Diaspora in the Caribbean for a Better World: The case of South Africa'Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 2004
Abstract
Examines the issue of Pan- Africanism and it's concomitant relation to the African Diaspora. Notes that there is a connection between the African experience of ending Aparthied and the 200th anniversary of the Haitian revolution.These are ethical issues salient to the struggles of Pan-Africanism and the liberation of Africa itself. Assesses these issues in the light of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission which was established after the dismantling of Aparthied. Concludes that Africa and the Caribbean states should ensure that they institute appropriate policy instruments to facilitate the interconnectedness between peoples of the continents and the Diaspora.....
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