|Black Consciousness and Pan-Africanism|
|Edward Wilmot Blyden||
A 19th century progenitor of Pan-Africanism and Negritude.
|Fighting Talk Volume 15 Nnumber 10 November 1961||
|Kill or be killed||
A Pan-Africanist Congress reply on unity moves in South Africa.
|Negritude - Literature and Ideology|
An American view of a concept likely to help crystallise the continent's political and economic ideas in the sixties.
|Persecution or sanctuary||
Will the British Government allow collusion between Verwoerd and the High Commission Territories police?.
|The future of Pan-Africanism||
Pan-Africanism as an ideology, is a higher philosophy of a New Afrika.
|The New African: Volume 1, Number 11, November 1962|
|The New African: Volume 7, Number 1, 1968|