Baltimore (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
“Having possessed a copy of these seminars for over thirty years, I have read them and quoted them over and over as the most rational and humanist approach to the building of a free and independent Africa, a homeland for all people of African descent,” author Julius McAllister says. Finally sharing an historical document that has not been printed outside of Africa, McAllister takes a bold step of speaking and touching the hearts and soul of every African at home and abroad to take a step towards the country’s unity.
Long has Africa been enslaved and ravaged by colonialists. Guinea was the first country to take that step towards independence when it voted “no” in French Presidents 1958 referendum for membership in the Franco-African Community. At such time the French pulled all organizational and infrastructure including currency from the Guinea hoping to kill the desire for independence. Upon the vote for independence and the withdrawal of all French support Ghana granted Guinea 10 million pounds and sponsored their membership in the United Nations.
That was the event that ignited the fire to shot through every African vein that they are now craving for independence. McAllister is aiming for pretty much the same cause with the use of this book. He aims to make the whole world realized that by unity Africa can regain its personality that was veiled by colonialism. Through his work, McAllister echoes the belief of The PDG that through the seminars, or the copy thereof, it will raise the point that humanity is the force that changes society, which makes revolutions, the will of people. They use Karl Marx and Engels as the prime example of how ideas can change the way of life, more so than the ways of life change humanity.
In his quest to spread awareness and urge his countrymen, McAllister bravely publishes one of the few copies of the “1978 Ideological Conference convened by the People’s Democratic Party of Guinea (PDG) held in Conakry, Guinea, West Africa,” using it as a tool in providing a better understanding. The kind that touches on matter and ideas, a particular quality of social organization, not seeing people as a means to an end; rather the bigger picture of the importance of a United Africa as the only means to halt foreign intervention.
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1978 Ideological Conference convened by the People’s Democratic Party of Guinea (PDG) held in Conakry, Guinea, West Africa * by Julius Mcallister
Seminar Title: Africa On the Move
Publication Date: November 11, 2013
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