Pan Africanism : When the Nitty Gets Down to the Gritty

Discussion in 'Black History - Culture - Panafricanism' started by river, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. river

    river Watch Her Flow MEMBER

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    We don't all think alike. We don't all believe alike. We don't all act alike. What is the basis of our unity in practical, feasible terms? What are the visions which we can all share and achieve? Once we achieve a universally acknowledged connection to Mother Africa what do we do with that acknowledgement?
     
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    We can unify by finding what values and desires we have in common and rally around them.


    I want wealth, status, a big family, my own business, and most of all excellent health.


    Now if YOUR way to get some of these things works better than my way then I'm willing to compromise and accept your way.

    If you can do me likewise, then we can unify and progress together.
     
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