By 1963, there were 31 independent African nations. Some were agitating for immediate Continental political union while others favoured slower steps towards unity. Emerging from the exchanges between the two camps, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was formed in May, 1963. Today, the entire African Diaspora from Canada to the Carribean and from the Congo to California hosts Pan African organizations.
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