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The African continent from post-colonialism to decolonization: An inevitable historical process?

The colonialism of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century destroyed most of the ethnocultural entities of the African continent by making frontier trajectories without any foundation except the “sharing of a cake” between the different colonial powers. 793 more words

Kolonialism

After 46 years, recognition for a moment in which we can take genuine pride

A long, long time ago – 46 years to be precise – along with some 300 other students I took part in an anti-apartheid protest at Liverpool University, occupying the university’s administration building for 10 days in the spring term of 1970. 2,177 more words

Ideas And Politics

The African continent from post-colonialism to decolonization: An inevitable historical process? Part 1

By afalku igectulen 

The colonialism of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century destroyed most of the ethnocultural entities of the African continent by making frontier trajectories without any foundation except the “sharing of a cake” between the different colonial powers. 411 more words

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