By Ira Dworkin
In this publication, Ira Dworkin examines black american citizens' lengthy cultural and political engagement with the Congo and its humans. via reports of George Washington Williams, Booker T. Washington, Pauline Hopkins, Langston Hughes, Malcolm X, and different figures, he brings to gentle a long-standing courting that demanding situations normal presumptions approximately African American commitments to Africa. Dworkin bargains compelling new how you can know how African American involvement within the Congo has assisted in shaping anticolonialism, black aesthetics, and smooth black nationalism.
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