Who is the father of Pan Africanism?

Although the ideas of Delany, Du Bois, and Blyden are important, the true father of modern Pan-Africanism is the organizer Henry Sylvester Williams. Throughout his long career, Williams was a consistent advocate for African liberation and political power. He co-organized the first Pan African organization, and since Pan Africanism is first and foremost a political ideology, we consider Williams its founding Father.

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