African-American Reactions to War in Ethiopia 1936-1941

@inproceedings{Harris1994AfricanAmericanRT,
  title={African-American Reactions to War in Ethiopia 1936-1941},
  author={J. E. Harris},
  year={1994}
}
  • J. E. Harris
  • Published 1994
  • Political Science
  • In the early years of this century, the kingdom of Ethiopia captured the attention of many African Americans who saw in that small country's attempts to maintain its independence in the face of colonial encroachment a reflection of their own efforts to achieve freedom and equality in American society. Indeed, Ethiopia's history as an important African civilization had long made it the anchor upon which both continental and diaspora Africans based much of the Pan-African tradition. African… CONTINUE READING
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