PanAfricanism is a major world ideological movement that heavily influenced political developments in the late 20th century. Originating in America, PanAfricanism promoted African history, culture and political independence as a way for Africans all around the world to empower themselves. In the later 20th century, it emerges as an international political philosophy that promoted the independence of African nations, cooperation between them, and the establishment of a unified African political entity, that later culminated in the formation of the African Union.


American Beginnings

Post-War Era

Formation of the African Union

AU Expansion


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