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Language & Soft Power ft Ngugi- (Pan-Afrikan Culture & Economics in Practice pt6)

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Full presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1GFqTGpvzg

This is the fuller version of the presentation I delivered at the Re-Engaging Pan-Africanism Conference at Birmingham City University, Dec 2018.

The presentation explores the relationship between Culture & Economics as an attempt to:
Rescue "culture" from reductive definitions by demonstrating the relationship between it & economic development.
Demonstrate how revolutionary movements have pursued economic development from a culturally appropriate foundation.
Its pre-recorded, but will be broadcast with a live chat. I look forward to hearing your feedback.

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Daisy Ross
Daisy Ross 4 months ago

Just talking about Soft Power in my Homeschool. We will be researching Baba Ngugi. Medaase for sharing.

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Mentuhotep_2K19
Mentuhotep_2K19 5 months ago

I love how he responded to Adichie's confusion 'English is an Afrikan language' with the 'metaphysical empire'.

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Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀ 10 months ago

Yes the eurasian tried to have our elder co-sign with colonialism. It is vital that we operate from an Afrikan worldview and perspective............

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