Correspondence and debate.
|Swaziland's road to danger||
The present constitution for Swaziland can be said to be a tragic parting gift from Britain.
|Edward Wilmot Blyden||
A 19th century progenitor of Pan-Africanism and Negritude.
|Negritude: a phase||
We in South Africa have for the last 300 years of oppression been engaged in a bloody struggle against white supremacy to assert our human, and not African, dignity.
|Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.72 1988|
|Black Consciousness and White Liberals|
|The poverty of Africanism|
|Review article: Sobukwe and the PAC|
|The Split in the ANC, 1958|
|Anglo-American influences on the Black conciousness movement||
It was said by minions of the racist oppressive giant in South Africa that Black Conciousness was nothing but an importation of American Black power. African-Americanism was not only a struggle for power, but it was also a search for identity and the resugence of its cultural values.
|"Africanism" under the microscope|
|The ANC and Nationalism|
|Indian Opinion Vol.57 No.11 Mar 1959|
|Draft position paper on the ideologies of Pan Africanism and Black Consciousness as they have developed in occupied Azania (ie South Africa)|
|"African" vs "Black"|
|Rejoinder to Dr Walter Rodney's criticism of Dr Kwame Nkrumah|
|Anatomy of an unknown quantity|
|Ten days of PAYM festival|
|Afro-American influences on the Black Conciousness Movement||
This paper gives an overview of the relationship and differences between Black Consciousness and the civil rights struggle by African Americans
|Nigeria and tomorrow's Africa|