Africa and the World Community

  • Angie E. Brooks


Imagine a globe of the world. Africa looms large in the geography of our planet. It is the second largest continent, covering some II,750,000 square miles. It extends to both hemispheres in an incredible diversity of forests, deserts, mountains and plains. It is both temperate and tropical. It looks north across the Meditarranean to Europe, west over the Atlantic to South America, east across the Indian Ocean to Asia and south to Antarctica. It, therefore, has a window on all four quarters of the globe.


Racial Discrimination United Nations Development Programme Slave Trade World Community Colonial System 
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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1974

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  • Angie E. Brooks

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