Exploring the Remains of the Pan-Africanist Tradition and Determining the Way Forward

Misa D. Dayson


This paper aims to define the term "Pan-Africanism." It hopes to present data from interviews, surveys, observations and conversations to understand the level of comprehension and consciousness of Pan-Africanism among students at the University of Cape Coast and among the people of Ghana. It hopes to determine what remains of the Pan-Africanist tradition, and what needs to be done to achieve its goals.