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Pan-African Ethics and Counselor Decision-Making
Pan-African ethics and counselor decision-making

Pan-Africanism is a relatively new term coined within the past century to promote the unity of Africans and people of the African diaspora; that is, the scattering of language and culture of those of African ancestry who live in other parts of the world such as the United States and the Caribbean (Adeleke, 1997). Adeleke (1998) stated, “Pan-Africanism emphasizes the unity of Africans and black diasporans in a joint struggle, a struggle ordained by the pains of the deep historical wounds inflicted by slavery, racism, colonialism and neo-colonialism” (p. 182). Prior to the 1900s there was little discussion of a connection between Africa and those who had ancestry in the continent, who more than likely were ...

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