How did Africans begin to conceptualize unity Essay

How did Africans begin to conceptualize unity

November 6, 2014
Afro-American Studies
Framing Question 4
How did Africans begin to conceptualize unity in thought and action beyond national
boundaries in the face of European and American imperialism?

Abstract:
By the late eighteenth and nineteenth century, Africans learned the techniques about how
to resist slavery and how to form unity in thoughts and actions. Africans also being to
conceptualize unity in thought and actions beyond national boundaries in the face of
European and American imperialism with “The Practice of Diaspora,” which enabled Africans
to begin to see themselves as part of the African world. They did this even though they
already struggled against local social, economic, political, and cultural racial
oppressions. Africans grasped many techniques such as resistance form white people, United
States and Western Hemisphere.

Critical Review of Scholarship:
In order to fully understand and answer this question, I will be using information from
the power point provided by Dr.Carr and information from his lecture. I will also be using
information from the readings of different books. Books called Black Movements in America
…….
Word Count:
555
Page Count:
3

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