Ghosts of Revolutions Past

Dreyfuss, Joel
May 2010
Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire;Spring2010, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p104
The article discusses a comparison Pan-African Cultural Festival which was held in July 2009 and the one which took place 40 years earlier. It cites that most of the world remembers the First Pan African Arts festival more for the politics rather than art where there was Eldridge Cleaver, emerging from exile in Cuba and Stokely Carmichael who showed up to join his wife, Miriam Makeba.


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