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African Agenda: A Voice of Afro-American Opinion, 1974


Scope and Contents

The African Agenda is a publication by the African American Solidarity Committee, an organization that sought to spread information regarding social, political, and economic developments in Africa. This issue discusses the potential repercussions of the recent coup in Portugal, which later became known as the Carnation Revolution, technological colonialism, and the rise of what is referred to as a “neo-colony” in Kenya, driven by a rise in industry while still under the influence of capitalist states. Also included are two speeches, one by Fidel Castro at the 4th Conference of Non-Aligned Nations, and one by Agostinho Neto, President of the People's Liberation Movement of Angola, in a talk at the University of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. The edition of this file is Vol. 3, No. 3 (April-May 1974).


  • 1974


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Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

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