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INDEX 369 AAPRP (All African People’s Revolutionary Party), 297 Abiola, Bashorun M. K. O., 226 Acción Democrática, 288 ACOA (American Committee on Africa), 79, 201 ADC. See African/African Descendants Caucus Adversarial Fallacy, 97 AEI (American Enterprise Institute), 127 affirmative action, 104, 163, 229, 232, 266, 275, 279 Afghanistan, 27, 175, 352, 356 Africa: athletes and entertainers as diplomats to, 217n9; devaluation of progressive U.S. policies towards, 20; G. W. Bush visit to, 93; HIV/AIDS in, 111, 131–33, 163, 186; institution building in, 55; and medical brain drain, 132–33; Obama visits to, 93; and Powell/Rice Senate confirmation hearings, 131–33, 135. See also Africa Growth and Opportunity Act; specific African countries and issues Africa Action, 79, 115 Africa Fund, 79 Africa Growth and Opportunity Act. See AGOA Africa Investment and Incentive Act of 2006, 115 African Affairs Subcommittee, House Foreign Affairs Committee, 13 African/African Descendants Caucus (ADC), 228–32, 235, 238–39, 244n8 African/African Descendants Caucus Proposal for Non-Negotiable Language, 238 African American. See also under black African American foreign policy dissent. See foreign policy dissent African American foreign policy lobby, 79–82 African American Manifesto on South Africa, 80, 203 African American National Conference on Africa, 202 African American participation in foreign affairs. See foreign affairs participation of African Americans African Blood Brotherhood, 75 African community life in America, 259–60 African Descendants Coordination Committee, 235–37 African Diaspora. See Diaspora African governments meeting, 234–35 African independence movements, 14–15, 20–22, 34, 86n34, 286, 317–18. See also PanAfricanism ; specific movements African Liberation Day, 47, 75, 202–3 African liberation movements. See African independence movements African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), 14, 75, 202, 324 African Methodist Episcopal Church, 5, 199–200 African National Congress (ANC), 20, 200–201 African NGO Forum, 227, 233–34, 239 African Personality, 96, 254, 256 African signs and symbols, 259 African Union (AU), 55, 113, 255–56 African unity, 250–51, 254–56 Africa Policy, 79 Africa Unity Conference, 30n50 AFRICOM, 93 Afro-America 21, 287 Afro-America 92, 287 Afro-Araguan Foundation, 287 Afro-Brazilians, 229–30, 260, 265, 273–74 Afrocentrism, 3 Afro-Colombian Day, 276 Afro-Colombians, 296 Afro-descendant legislators: African and AfroDiasporan unity and, 250–51; African unity, history of, 254–56; Afro-descendant meeting, Brazil, 263–66; Afro-descendant meeting, Colombia, 266–71; Bogotá Declaration, 276–80; Brasilia Declaration, 273–76; elective representation, 260–62; mobilization movements in the Americas, 256–60; overview, 249–50; Pan-African movements, history of, 251–54; summary and conclusions, 271–73 Afro-descendant legislators meeting, Brazil, 263–66 Afro-descendant legislators meeting, Colombia, 266–71 Afro-Descendant Legislators of the Americas and the Caribbean, 303 Afro-descendant Maroon Movement for the Revolution, 301–2 Afro-Diasporan unity, 250–51 Index 370 Afro-Latino solidarity, 55 Afro-Venezuelan Foundation, 287 Afro-Venezuelan partnership, 55 Afro-Venezuelans, 287, 290, 295, 301–4, 305n8 Afro-Venezuela: The San Juan Cultural Festival, 296 AFSC (American Friends Service Center), 228 Agency for International Development, 107 AGOA (Africa Growth and Opportunity Act): congressional role in, 96–99; creation of, 26; current status of, 113–15; and election of 1994, 99–100; history of, 100–111; overview, 93–96; summary and conclusions, 111–15 AGOA Acceleration Act, 113–14 AGOA II, 113 AGOA III, 113–14 AGOA IV, 115 AGOA–Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum, 115 Aideed, Mohammed Farah, 211 AIDS, 111, 131–33, 163, 186 AIPAC (American Israel Political Action Committee ), 195 Aiyetoro, Adjoa, 230 ALBA (Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas ), 288 Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle, 298–99 Albright, Joseph, 173, 183–84 Albright, Madeleine: childhood and education of, 172–74, 189n1; and feminism, 180, 187; and gender, 179–82; Jewish background of, 169–70, 172, 179, 183–84, 190n5; and loyalty, 174, 177, 188–89; Powell on, 124; and realism, 177–78, 187, 189; vs. Rice, 186–88; world view of, 175–78. See also female foreign policy leaders Alejandrez, Daniel “Nane,” 284 Algeria, 69 Alianza Estratejeca Afro Latino y Caribena, 230 All-African People’s Conference, 85n8 All-African People’s Organization, 70 All African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP), 297 Allen, George, 128–29 Allen, Josephine A. V., 24, 118 Allison, Graham T., 45, 151, 159 Almond, Gabriel, 39 al Qaeda, 93, 356, 359–60 ALSC. See African Liberation Support Committee Alvarez, Bernardo Herrera, 293–94 ambivalence between African Americans and Africans, 198–99 American Center for International Labor...



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  • African Americans -- Politics and government.
  • African American politicians.
  • African American legislators.
  • Political participation.
  • World politics
  • International relations.
  • United States -- Politics and government.
  • United States -- Foreign relations.
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