This collection seeks to assemble and make visible the historical and contemporary voices of bi-directional solidarity between Palestine and the Pan-African world. Shared struggles against colonialism, racism, apartheid, settler violence, historical erasure, patriarchy, class exploitation, and other forms of oppression link Pan-African and Palestinian communities throughout all periods of their often intertwined and overlapping histories. This is particularly true in the period of anti-colonial independence struggles, especially following the 1967 war, and in the global BDS movement today. But it is also continuous throughout the twentieth century, and especially since the Nakba in 1948. Because much of this history is hidden, subjugated, denied, or disconnected, a primary task of this collection is to bring some of the major voices/currents in this history together, particularly so they can be accessible to social movements in the current context.
"CFP - Pan-African/Palestinian Solidarities,"
South: Vol. 0
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/south/vol0/iss0/1