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Paris 1919: Birth of the global African movement

By DW
23 February 2019   |   2:08 pm
The first-ever Pan-African Conference was held in Paris 100 years ago to demand freedom for Africa's colonies and a greater voice for Africans worldwide. Thus an idea was born which still shapes Africa to this day.

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