Is there something about Caribbean life or "upbringing" that breeds Pan Africanist thinking, or is it just coincidence? The more I read about great Pan Africanists, it hit me that many of them were/are of West Indian.
Marcus Mosiah Garvey--Jamaica Henry Sylvester Williams--Trinidad Edward Wilmot Blyden--St. Thomas or St. Kitts (I can't recall which) Claude McCay--Jamaica C. L. R. James--Trinidad
Malcolm X's mother was from Grenada, Louis Farrakhan's father was Jamaican and his mother was from St. Kitts; and keep in mind to that many other Black people here in the U.S. who were/are active in the movement are of West Indian descent.
Is this just coincidence?
FireBrand, where you at?
"Is it not one father that all of us have? Is it not one God that has created us? Why is it that we deal treacherously with one another?" --Malachi 2:10