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Africans and African-Americans would honour Martin Luther King by rekindling their bonds

By Julius A. Amin, Professor, Department of History, University of Dayton
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During an official visit to Washington DC in 1962, Cameroon’s founding President Ahmadou Ahidjo informed President John F. Kennedy of his displeasure over anti-black racism in the US. Ahidjo met and praisedThe Conversation

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