INTRODUCTION to the RBG Honorable Dr. Amos N. Wilson Studies Collection
../He found the historical romanticism (black firsts/"Egyptian Obsession") and contributionism (gifts to oppressive systems/"Black History Month") in excess, reactionary and an affront to the realization of Afrikan growth, development and advancement (Pan-Afrikanism)...
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