(August 1 struggle

Ethiopianism Online Revival’s Photo of the Day – August 1)
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“The idiom of Ethiopianism was central to the rise of a literature of black political protest in Jacksonian America. In 1829 Robert Alexander Young, a black New Yorker, published at his own expense The Ethiopian Manifesto, Issued in Defense of the Black Man’s Rights in the Scale of Universal Freedom. Addressed not simply to American blacks but to “all those proceeding in descent from the Ethiopian or African people,” it paraphrased the biblical prophecy to make it an explicit affirmation of black nationality.”
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—- George M. Fredrickson
“Black Liberation : A Comparative History of Black Ideologies in the United and South Africa”

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