The Journal of Pan African Studies
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ARCHIVED ISSUE

 

Volume 7 • Number 4 • October 2014

 

On the cover: The flag of The Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis; also known as the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, a federal two-island nation in the 'West Indies' (a region of the Caribbean Basin and North Atlantic Ocean).

Kawaida, Cultural Nationalism and Struggle: Setting the Revolutionary Record Straight
guest editorial by Maulana Karenga
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Denmark Vesey: An Atlantic Perspective
by Tracy Keith Flemming
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Afro-Ecuadorian Educational Movement: Racial Oppression, Its Origins and Oral Tradition
by Ethan Johnson
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The Nemesis of Individualistic Ontology in Globalization and the Practice of Liberal Democracy in Post-Colonial Africa
by Jonathan Okeke Chimakonam, Sunny Nzie Agu and Joseph N. Agbo
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Traditional Games of Shona Children
by Liveson Tatira
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Space, Population and Waste Management in Ibadan
by Mudasiru Moruff
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The Nguzo Saba & Maat, a Path for Self-Reconstruction and Recoveredness: Exploring a Kawaida Paradigm for Healing Addiction in the Black Community
by Tukufu Kalonji
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Tanzania and the Pan African Quest for Unity, Freedom and Independence: The Case of the Pan African Freedom Movement for East and the Central Africa/the Pan African Freedom Movement for East Central and South Africa
by Azaria Mbughuni
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Etsako: An Anthropological Reflection of an Endangered Language in Nigeria
by M. D. Enaikele
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"No Other But A Negro Can Represent the Negro": How Black Newspapers 'Founded' Black America and Black Britain
exit editorial by Olive Vassell and Todd Steven Burroughs
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General History of Africa (UNESCO)
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