In Africans at Home and in the United States: One People, One Problem, One Destiny, Emeka C. Anaedozie examines Pan-African cultural and intellectual history, focusing on sociocultural commonalities and challenges facing African people. To this end, Dr. Anaedozie argues that, since oppression divided Africans, Pan-Africanism is the natural antidote to the subjugation that forcefully separated, enslaved, and colonized Africans.
Emeka C. Anaedozie is assistant professor at Grambling State University.
Chapter One: Oppression in Context
Chapter Two: African People’s History: Challenge to the Standard Narratives
Chapter Three: Popular Oppression in Entertainment and Public Places
Chapter Four: The New Jim Crow and Neocolonialism
Chapter Five: Swimming Against the Tide
Chapter Six: Using Multiperspectivity Theory to Confront Monoperspectivity in the U.S. History Pedagogics
Chapter Seven: From Oppression to Freedom