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The Pan-African Congress gathered a total of six times from 1900 to 1945. During these meetings, political leaders from Africa, Europe, and North America would discuss the state of Black people. During the fourth Pan-African Congress, which was held in New York City on this day in history, the topic of colonialism in Africa was raised. After the 200 delegates in attendance sang Lift Ev’ry Voice
(the Black National Anthem), the debate about the colonial occupation of Africa, began.
The Congress resulted in a couple of demands that were designed to benefit the Black community. First, they wished to uphold the agreed upon notions that took place during the first three Congresses. Those notions were to essentially enforce democracy in order to give the Black community an equal status to non-Black communities and to unite all members of the African diaspora. The delegates at the fourth Pan-African Congress also demanded complete independence for Egypt.
What is Pan-Africanism? Many have viewed it as a movement based on nationalism and hatred for other races. That is the exact opposite of what it truly is. Pan-Africanism is a movement that encourages bonds between all people of African descent. Where other Pan-racial groups may project hatred for other races, Pan-Africanism merely aims to gain equality for Black people.
Belonging to the African diaspora is an honor but it also means that we have an obligation. We have an obligation to support one another and build each other up. It is our duty to propel the Black community forward. If you’re a proud observer of Pan-Africanism, then it’s time to represent your colors. Here are four items you need in order to represent the red, the black, and the green.
With summer almost over, hopefully, it’ll get cold again soon. Prep for the colder months by investing in this Pan-African sweatshirt. Choose from either classic black, dark or light blue, or white. If you like a variety, why not buy all four? You can never have too many good clothes. Click here
to select your size and favorite color and start representing Pan-Africanism today.
Pan-African Jewelry Set
Ladies, nothing ties an outfit together better than a nice set of jewelry. Check out this choker with matching earrings. Each set is handmade in Kenya and can be adjusted by 26 inches. For only $25.00, you can represent the red, black, and green while wearing just about anything. Click here
to get your set.
RGB Marcus Garvey Travel Bag
This item is perfect for the unapologetically Black entrepreneur on the go. When you’re flying back and forth, travel in style with this sturdy, water-resistant RGB travel bag. Instead of donning the red, black, and green solely, let people know that you stand for Pan-Africanism with Marcus Garvey’s image right there on the bag. Click here
and get ready for your next business trip.
If you’re like me, then you know that the members of the African diaspora deserve reparations. But you also know that we can’t sit around and wait for them. Regardless, of whether or not we’ll get them, wear your beliefs proudly with the ‘Reparations Now African Holocaust’ sweatshirt. This repurposed image of the slave ships that transported our ancestors along the Middle Passage sends the message that you know your history and you come from a long line of strong Africans. Click here
to order today!]]>
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