Shirley Graham Du Bois, Kwame Nkrumah, and W.E.B. Du Bois
Do you believe that the political unification of the African States is a matter of utmost urgency for Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora?
Do you agree with Kwamé Nkrumah when he stated that; “It is clear that we must find an African solution to our problems, and that this can only be found in African unity. Divided we are weak; united, Africa could become one of the greatest forces for good in the world”?
Do you think that Cheikh Anta Diop was right when he said; “African unity, I feel will come from the base and develop as an undercurrent to the present political sterility and economic stagnancy rampant on our continent. A feeling of general insecurity, generated by the ineptitude of African regimes in dealing with the most crucial issues will result in the masses entering the picture sooner or later. As generalized insecurity spreads, no African regime will be able to prevent the masses from seeing that the ineptitude of their own government is linked to this general insecurity. At that point, I feel the masses will find within their own ranks the type of political vanguards, made up of young, altruistic and politically motivated Africans to unleash a powerful continent-wide movement. This political undercurrent would eventually be forced to sweep away the objective obstacles standing in the way of a continental African federation”?
Are you sick and tired of watching Africans being helpless when faced with natural or man made calamities? Do you believe that being an African ought to be an asset and not a liability?
Do you believe in the need for a Strong African State that can demand for and expect to get the reparation of the wrongs that were done to Africans through slavery and colonialism?
If you found yourself answering yes to at least one of the questions above, please get the word out by asking people in your surroundings to visit www.unitedafrikanstates.org
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We look forward to building with you and the millions of African Federalists a strong Pan African Federalist Movement that will unite Africa within less than a generation. Contact us by email at: Co[email protected] or by phone at (609) 448 3339
All for the Success of the First Pan African Federalist Congress.