What Black Men in Indiana See in Africa - History & Current Events
- 1. Introduction: Father Boniface, host, with a panel of guests introduces the episode’s topic of a modern Black man’s perspective on Africa. (02:06)
- 2. The group discusses misconceptions about Africa by people who are not of African descent. (04:30)
- 3. The group talks about rejecting one’s African ancestry. (05:36)
- 4. Sister Jane discusses the concept of pan-Africanism. (01:28)
- 5. The group describes what it means to be African. They also discuss tracing ancestry. (04:20)
- 6. The group discusses self-identification as Black, African, and other overlapping identities. (01:26)
- 7. The group discusses the level of knowledge about African heritage among Black Americans. (01:36)
- 8. The group speaks on objections to embracing African heritage. (02:16)
- 9. The group talks about distinguishing the locations and customs of Africa. (05:15)
- 10. Conclusion: Fr. Hardin concludes the session. (03:25)
- Main contributor
Hardin, Father Boniface
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with a panel of guests on the Black man in Indiana’s perspective on Africa. They begin by discussing misconceptions of savage Africa and talk about rejecting one’s African ancestry. They discuss pan-Africanism, tracing one’s ancestry, and knowledge about African customs and locations.
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (31:58) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Other: OR 247; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001812801
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