Dual Karnayn said:too many Black people just don't want to have anything to do with eachother. It amazes me how totally indifferent some of our people can be to their brother next door.You talk to some Africans.....they don't even know what's going on in the nation right next to them; and really don't care. You can talk to an Ethiopian who has no idea of what's going on in Kenya and seem totally unconcerned, he's only concerned about the issue HE'S pushing. The same with a Senegalese or a Somali....or even a Jamaican or Panamanian. It's just how we are.
In this realization about the social-behavioral disconnect between black people, comes the true value of PanAfricanism. There have been some on here (as well as outside) who question the purpose of PanAfricanism, and its effectiveness in creating action. PanAfricanism it the movement by which blacks begin to learn about one another, identify with one another, and see themselves as one. If people don't identify with each other...if they don't allow nationality, culture, and ethnic identification to become less significant (secondary to the worldwide progress of black people)...then unification is not realistic goal.militant said:Very true. We black people are like that. I have been trying to say that all along. Whether its in Africa or in Brazil or in America on in England, we are not concerned about black people from another tribe or another city.