Table of contents for Africa in the 21st century : toward a new future / edited by Ama Mazama.

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Foreword
Dr. Cheikh Tidiane Gadio, Senior Minister, Foreign Affairs, Senegal
Preface
Ama Mazama, Temple University
Section I: African Unity and Consciousness: Assets and Challenges
Chapter One: The Resurgence of the African World in the 21st Century
Molefi Kete Asante, Temple University
Chapter Two: Kwame Nkrumah?s Continental Africa: A Dream Deferred but Not Forgotten
John K. Marah, State University of New York at Brockport
Chapter Three: The Philosophical Challenges for Africans in the 21st Century
Zizwe Poe, Lincoln University
Chapter Four: Neo-Pan-Africanism and Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush?s Images in the Nigerian Press
Minabere Ibelema, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Section II: Language, Information, and Education
Chapter Five: African Betrayals and African Recovery for a New Future
Molefi Kete Asante, Temple University
Chapter Six: The Legacy of Colonialism on Language in 21st Century Africa
Adisa A. Alkebulan, San Diego State University
Chapter Seven: Thinking and Responding To Difference: Pedagogical Challenges for African Education
George Sefa Dei, University of Toronto
Section III: African Women, Children, and Families 
Chapter Eight: African Women: Re-centering the Issues in the 21st Century
Filomina Steady, Wellesley College
Chapter Nine: African Mothers: A Case Study of Northern Ghanaian Women
Nah Dove, University of Ghana
Section IV: Political and Economic Future of the African World
Chapter Ten: Stuffing Old Wine in New Bottles: The Case of the Africa Union
Kwame Akonor
Chapter Eleven: Globalization, Development, and the Nation State in Africa
Herbert W. Vilakazi, South Africa
Chapter Twelve: NEPAD and the Politics of Globalization: Redefining Local Space, Group Dynamics and Economic Development 
Emmanuel Ngwainmbi, Elizabeth State University
Chapter Thirteen: On Governance, Personal and Military Power in Post-Independent Africa
Peta Ikambana, American Friends Service
Chapter Fourteen: African Reparations: Dealing with a Unique and Unprecedented Debt
Ronald Walters, University of Maryland
Contributor Bios
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Africa -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Africa -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
Africa -- Forecasting.