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Black Americans Connection to their African Homeland

Summary: Because of the history of African-Americans in the United States, many blacks felt disconnected from their African homeland. This was restored, in part, by African-American scholars, such as W.E.B Dubois, who chronicled the complex and sophisticated cultures of central and south Africa. The author also includes facts about slavery in the United States.

The history of the African American nation is full of tragic and difficult situation. The institution of slavery effected the development and progress of the nation.

African culture gave new styles of religion, new words and new modes of behavior. For generations African Americans had strongly mixed feeling about their homeland. They felt lonely and sad because they felt that something that they had loved and known for so long, had been taken from under their feet. However, they also cherished some changes and was for new beliefs; for example the Christian religion.

The attitudes about Africa began to change thanks to African American scholars. W.E.B Dubois was a man of action and words. He was also one of the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The NAACP was the most well-known civil rights groups in the nation. W.E.B...

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