quote:Originally posted by MBM:quote:Originally posted by Shango67:
Black nationalism can't happen unless Pan African unity is realized.
Couldn't black nationalism occur on a small scale basis without the broader connection? For example, couldn't a Haiti exist without that country manifesting a meaningful connection to other black folks elsewhere?
I agree wholeheartedly in the optimal version, just wondering about your thoughts on this.
Haiti is in the condition it is primarily due to the weakness of Africans throughout the Diaspora and its lack of connection to Africa.
Black folks, everywhere, are the only people without a foreign or domestic policy.