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by Joseph Booth

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ISBN:
3926105682
Author:
Joseph Booth
Category:
World
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kachere Series (January 1, 1996)
Pages:
116 pages
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In 1897 Booth published his book Africa for the Africans (he was the first known to have used this phrase). He then joined the Seventh-Day Baptists and returned to Malawi.

In 1897 Booth published his book Africa for the Africans (he was the first known to have used this phrase). In 1899 Booth and a group of Africans petitioned Queen Victoria on behalf of all Africans for education, political participation, and justice. Their actions caused the colonial government to pressure him to leave the protectorate about 1902. Thereafter Booth worked with various organizations for the purpose of fostering African leadership and independence, mostly using South Africa as a base.

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Joseph Booth penned his appeal in 1897 in protest of the racist stereotpying of the Africans by the colonisers; and witnessing the unjust and inhumane exploitation of the native peoples, for the sole benefit of the Europeans. He drew his ideas from the social and political messages he inferred from the Gospel and his appeal was published only thirteen years after European leaders met in Berlin to divide up the African continent. This now seminal text was republished in its centenary year and has continual relevance to debates about race and development in Africa. It is edited to include explanations of local and contemporary political references, biblical references and the sources of the author's citations.