When the political fathers and mothers of multiple African heritages convened to envision Pan-Africanism, how did they imagine their ideology would affect the lives of individual descendants?

There is a great deal to be said for people joining forces to work together for the common good, but each person has a unique story to tell.

Does Pan-Africanism allocate space for individuals to breathe, live, survive and thrive on their own terms?

If our forebears overlooked this vital feature of human existence, is it worth reassessing their ideas to amend the vision?

It’s never too late.

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