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The African ethical tradition is founded on the principles of relationships and belonging. Everything that a person does affects his or her family and society. A threat to a member of society is a threat to one’s society. What happens to one affects all. This is the spirit of African cultural nationalism. It binds Africans together as a people or race. It is called Pan-Africanism at the ideological level. It ensures unity of purpose and destiny among Africans in Africa and throughout the global African diaspora, which includes African descendants in North America. The African ethical tradition is what makes Africans come together in times of trouble and celebrate together in times of happiness.

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