From Prophecy to Policy: Marcus Garvey and the Evolution of Pan-African Citizenship

@article{Fergus2010FromPT,
  title={From Prophecy to Policy: Marcus Garvey and the Evolution of Pan-African Citizenship},
  author={Claudius K. Fergus},
  journal={The Global South},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={29 - 48}
}
The historic 1900 Pan-African Conference had the goal of connecting people of African descent all over the world. Marcus Garvey extended this idea into a vision of a voluntarily united Africa under one government. After the Fifth Pan-African Conference in Manchester (1945) Kwame Nkrumah became the leader of the Pan-African movement and transformed it from a Diaspora affair in which a few continental Africans participated to an African affair in which the Diaspora continued to contribute. This… Expand