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Often misunderstood and misplaced historically, Black Nationalism (most often directly or indirectly interwoven with Pan-Africanist thought and practice) has its U.S. origins in the 19th century with Paul Cuffe's (1759–1817) “Back to Africa” voyage of 1815, whereby he sailed to Sierra ...

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