Bond without Blood: A History of Ethiopian and New World Black Relations, 1896-1991 paperback

Bond without Blood: A History of Ethiopian and New World Black Relations, 1896-1991 paperback
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Bond without Blood constructs the narrative of the Ethiopian-Caribbean ties with three interwoven themes in mind: pan-African nationalism, repatriation, and cultural cross-fertilization. Central in all this is the evocative role of Ethiopian symbolism, the precursor of modern racial nationalism, in the shaping of a collective pan-black consciousness. The overall unitary thesis that holds this book together is that contemporary Ethiopian-Caribbean relation is deeper than a mere psychological preoccupation. Both societies, despite a great physical distance, continue to impact on each other's awareness through migration, religion, secular culture, as well as through a shared history of anti-colonial activism.

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Paperback: 300 pages Publisher: Africa World Press (January 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 1592211755 ISBN-13: 978-1592211753 Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches Shipping Weight: 1 pounds