Pan-Africanism Versus Pan-African Nationalism

@article{Nantambu1998PanAfricanismVP,
  title={Pan-Africanism Versus Pan-African Nationalism},
  author={Kwame Nantambu},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1998},
  volume={28},
  pages={561 - 574}
}
It is the contention of this writer that the historical struggle of African peoples has heretofore been analyzed within a Eurocentric, dysfunctional, ahistorical, and divisive context, thus culminating in the use of the concept of Pan-Africanism. This article suggests that in analyzing the struggle of African peoples from its proper historical, unifying, and holistic perspective, we must speak in terms of Pan-African Nationalism and not Pan-Africanism. This is the Afrocentric approach. 
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