Emancipation without Equality: Pan-African Activism and the Global Color Line - African American Intellectual History (Paperback)Thomas E. Smith (author)
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Covering a period roughly bookended by two international forums, the 1884-1885 Berlin Conference and the 1911 Universal Races Congress, Emancipation without Equality chronicles how activists of African descent fought globally for equal treatment and access to rights associated with post-emancipated citizenship. While Euro-American leaders created a standard to guide the course of imperialism at the Berlin Conference, the proceedings of the Universal Races Congress demonstrated that Pan-Africanism had become a visible part of a growing, global, anti-imperialist protest.
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 328 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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