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  1. Pan-Africanism: Reality or Myth? by Playthell Benjamin Read the entire article One of the things that interest me most is the persistence of certain ideas in Afro-American thought. They are transmuted and refashioned to suit the particulars of the era, but some fundamental concepts persists none-the-less. One of these ideas is Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism, which has been called different things at different periods of our history. One of the fundamental things that distinguish human beings from other animals over whom we rule is the gift of language, learning, and the ability to construct a narrative i.e. tell a story....Read the entire article
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