The Movement of the People of African Descent At Home & Diaspora based on the Ideology of One People One nation.
There exists an African personality which is in common with all men and women of color, this personality conceal specific values of wisdom, intelligence, sensibility. Black people are the most ancient people on earth. They are dedicated for unity and for a common future of glory and power.
Panafricanism -Visible & Invisible Genesis
The visible one is congresses, discussions, ideological disputes, which is the object of research & publications.
The invisible secret history of the people in the night that have been deported, died or survived without any official annals even mentioned them. But this second history that the millions of the Blacks died under the rumors, suffering under slavery lives in the collective unconscious of the contemporary Africans. The glory of the Panafrican prophets like Nkrumah is to revive political struggle and symbolic gestures of the cultural heritage of the Panafrican prophets, and the silent speeches and the bloody silent memory the people the night. ..
An-Africanism grew out of 19th century efforts to end slavery and the slave trade. At this time blacks worldwide were being oppressed. Slavery existed in America, South America, and the Caribbean. Also the colonization of Africa (born out of the Berlin Conference of 1884 & 85) had begun. As a result of these events black people worldwide began to realize that they faced common problems (slavery, colonization, and racism), and that it would be to their benefit to work together in an effort to solve these problems. Out of this realization came the Pan African Conferences of 1900 (London), 1919 (Paris), 1921 (London, Brussels, Paris), 1923 (London), 1927 (New York), and the last official one was in 1949. Some of the most influential blacks of the time participated in these meetings: Sylvester Williams, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, Kwame Nkrumah, etc. The belief that people of African descent throughout the Diaspora (meaning spread throughout the world) share a common history, culture, and experience and should stick together. This belief is the principle idea behind Panafricanism is to bringing black people throughout the world together.