In Reiland Rabaka (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism. Abingdon, Storbritannien: pp. 231-248 (2020)

Michael McEachrane
Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
This chapter outlines the philosophy of the Pan-African conferences 1900–1945 and situates Pan-Africanism in a European context. It presents Pan-Africanism as part of European history and realities and as a conceptual framework for the African diaspora in Europe. It calls for reframing European histories and realities in ways that are neither racially exclusive nor nationalistic.
Keywords Pan-Africanism, Race, Europe, African Diaspora, History
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