Racism in Africa

Howe, Russell
October 1963
New Republic;10/5/63, Vol. 149 Issue 14, p18
Explores the state of racism in Africa in 1963. Incident that led to the emergence of the anti-white attitude; African countries that have legislated in favor of racism; Colonial patterns that helped preserve the Africans' own myths of African insufficiency; Recommendations to improve race relations in Africa.


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