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Is "Straight Black Pride" the 21st Century Black Philosophy?

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Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),

The year is 2016.  Black Nationalism and PanAfrikanism dominated the 20th Century as the primary "Black Power" philosophy for Black unity.  The movement that most prominently pushed this philosophy was the UNIA under the leadership of Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

PanAfrikanism in its purest essence is a philosophy that seeks to unite the global Afrikan world community into a solid mass of people dedicated to the uplifting and progress of Black people.  Afrika would be our base and the world would become our working space. 

The question is now that there is a "homosexual agenda" whether or not PanAfrikanism is sufficient for our modern world dynamic or if we need a more definitive construct to protect the identity of us as Afrikan people. 

In short, is "Straight Black Pride" a philosophy that can accompany PanAfrikanism or is it a 21st Century philosophy that can ultimately replace PanAfrikanism as the primary intellectual philosophy for Black people in the 21st Century.

 

 

 

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