Pan-Africanism is a philosophy that calls for solidarity among all people of African descent throughout the world. It recognizes people of African descent as being oppressed in many different national contexts, and aims to build an international coalition against such oppression and injustice. As it is a broad movement, however, supporters of Pan-Africanism may hold very different views.
Pan-Africanism Term Timeline in The Autobiography of Malcolm X
The timeline below shows where the term Pan-Africanism appears in The Autobiography of Malcolm X. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 18: El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
At Ibadan University, Malcolm speaks about the need for a Pan-African movement that would unite African Americans and Africans in the fight for civil rights and... (full context)
From Lagos, the journey continues on to Ghana, the birthplace of the Pan-African movement. Yet Ghana is also full of American businessmen, intent on extracting its resources. These... (full context)
...States and was therefore very aware of the African American struggle. They both agree that Pan-Africanism would be the most effective strategy going forward for all those of African heritage. Malcolm... (full context)