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Lead: Malinda S. Smith, (PhD), Department of Political Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada - African Academic Dependency, Decolonisation and Responsibility of the Intellectual

James Tar Tsaaior, (PhD), School of Media and Communication, Pan-African University, Lagos, NIGERIA – The Pan-Africanist Vision in the Musical Sensibility of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and Sunny Okosun

Lead: Professor Paul Okojie, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK - Pan-Africanism: Immigration and Implications for Integration in Africa

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Oscar Brathwaite. E. M.Ed, B.Ed, B.A, Canadian Alliance of Black Educators, 20 Kinnie Court, North York, Ontario, Canada Promoting Pan-Africanism through the School Curriculum

Joseneida Mendes Eloi de Souza, Maria de Fátima Maia Ribeiro, Brazil – The “African Writers” Series: An Expression of Pan-Africanism in Brazil

Ife Williams, (PhD), Cheyney University, Delaware County Community College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Present Challenge of Pan-Africanism: The Looming Quest for Reparations

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Miguel de Barros, Investigador Associado ao Centro de Estudos de Antropologia e História. Instituto Nacional De Estudos E Pesquisas -  INEP, Bissau Rep. Guiné-Bissau Youth Emancipation Movements In Guinea-Bissau: Dynamics, Projects and Development

Joy A. Prime, Invotec Education, 18 Hawkins Way, London – Promoting Pan-Africanism through Fashion and Popular Culture

Luciana L. Contarino Sparta, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Beyond host society: reflections about African migrants and their native cultural complexity

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Olukemi A. Fadehan, Ph.D, Hezekiah Oluwasanmi Library, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria - Pan-Africanism: A Bibliographical Survey

Donatus Fai Tangem(PhD), Department of Arts and Archeology, University of Yaoundé, CamerounPop Culture and Panafricanism: A Dramatization of Post-Coloniality in the Music of Longue Longue (Alias Longue Longue Simon)

Horace G. Campbell, Professor of African American Studies and Political Science at Syracuse, New York - Pan-Africanism and the 21st Century African Revolution

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Ernest Johnson, 10306 North Lake Heights Circle, Atlanta, Georgia   30345, USA – Building a Core Pan-Africanist Cadre

2.30 – 4.00 LUNCH BREAK

EVENING SESSION

4.00 - 6.30PM

S/N

Session 1

Venue: Benue Hall

Panel Presentation: Collapsing the Colonial Divide

Session 2

Venue: Niger Hall

Sub-Themes: Historicising Pan-Africanism, Spiritual and Cultural Foundation, Thinkers and Thoughts.

Session 3

Venue: Taraba Hall

Sub-Themes: Decolonization, Neo-Colonization and Globalization

Chairman: Horace Campbell

Chairman: Senator Dahiru Bako Gassol

Chairman: Hon. KGB Oguakwa

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