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Pan Africanism in the African Diaspora

An Analysis of Modern Afrocentric Political Movements

Ronald W. Walters

African Diaspora, Political Science

African American Life Series

Paperback
Published: May 1997
ISBN: 9780814321850
Pages: 456 Size: 6x9
Illustrations: 1 black and white image
Review

Ron Walters has had a most unusual depth and breadth of experience with and exposure to the richness, complexity, and significance of the idea of Africa among her peoples throughout the world, as well as her adversaries.

— Willard R. Johnson

Ronald W. Walters, a Professor of Afro-American Studies, Government and Politics and Senior Fellow at the Center for Political Leadership, University of Maryland, received his Ph.D. from American University. His books include Jesse Jackson's 1984 Presidential Campaign and Black Presidential Politics in America, winner of the Ralph Bunche Prize and the W. E. B. DuBois Award.

Ron Walters has had a most unusual depth and breadth of experience with and exposure to the richness, complexity, and significance of the idea of Africa among her peoples throughout the world, as well as her adversaries. In this book he reveals and extols the continuing vitality the African spirit has in influencing the culture, politics, and sense of destiny and identity of nearly a sixth of the world's people. No one can understand our times without grasping this reality.

– Willard R. Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, MIT