5 Pan African Holidays That Should Be Observed All Over The World

1. African Liberation Day – May 25

African Liberation Day is a Pan African Holiday commemorating the struggle against slavery and colonialism

At the 6th Pan-African Congress, May 25th was declared African Liberation Day to commemorate the formation of the Organization of African Unity.

The African holiday reminds us of the bloodshed and sacrifice that our ancestors made to liberate Africans at home and abroad from the yoke of colonialism.

Written by Asad Malik

Asad is the Executive Officer of The Pan-African Alliance, and the Founder of United Black America.

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Just Sum Guy
Just Sum Guy

I’ll observe the holidays of other nations when I’m in those other nations as a demonstration of respect and deference to that nations people and culture, but otherwise I’ll have to pass and continue to celebrate my own. How about ideas on making black solidarity day more meaningful?