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The Pan-African Federation was a multinational Pan-African organization founded in Manchester, United Kingdom in 1944. Peter Millard was the President and Ras Makonnen was the General Secretary. Contents 1 Participating groups 2 Aims 3 See also 4 References // Participating groups Participating groups included:[1] Negro Association (Manchester) Coloured Workers association (London) Coloured Peoples Association (Edinburgh African Union (Glasgow) United Committee of Colonial and Coloured Peoples' Associations (Cardiff) Association of Students of African Descent (Dublin) Kikuyo Central Association (Kenya) represented by Jomo Kenyatta West African Youth League (Sierra Leone section) represented by Isaac Wallace-Johnson Friends of African Freedom Society (Gold Coast) Aims Its aims were:[2] To promote the well-being and unity of African Peoples and peoples of African descent throughout the world To demand self-determination and independence of African peoples, and other subject races from the domination of powers claiming sovereignty and trusteeship over them To secure equality of civil rights for African peoples and the total abolition of all forms of racial discrimination. To strive co-operate between African peoples and others who share our aspirations See also Decolonization of Africa United States of Latin Africa References ^ 'George Padmore and the 1945 Manchester Pan-African Congress' by Hakim Adi in George Padmore: Pan-African Revolutionary ed Fitzroy Baptiste and Rupert Lewis, Ian Randle, Kingston JA 2009, p69-70 ^ 'George Padmore and the 1945 Manchester Pan-African Congress' by Hakim Adi in George Padmore: Pan-African Revolutionary ed Fitzroy Baptiste and Rupert Lewis, Ian Randle, Kingston JA 2009, p81 This Kenya related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e