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3.01lecnotes - Haile Sellasie Felix Ebove "Why can't...

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Haile Sellasie Felix Ebove “Why can’t Africans have an active voice in politics” Fought alongside other Europeans and therefore felt Ex-soldiers large influx of Africans going into urban areas Largescale project to build arbors and etc Media Outlets concession on part of britian On African run media outlets More literate Africans criticism on colonialism Rise on nationalism fervor War ended 1945 pan africanism meeting President of Ghana War shaped African opinions about colonialism Africans supplied supplies, soldiers, etc Many European powers promised social, political, and economic reforms Corfe indigenous labor French made good on their promises 1936 (1946???) Colonial development welfare acts FIDES French economic funds for social developements Universities, hospitals being built To an extent, more nationalistic terms—whether pan Africanism or country lines More along elite lines but still seen Groundwork for decolonization More reconstruction and concern for their own soil. Eternal self government
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