The Pan-African Studies Department at CSU Northridge is engaged in teaching students about the African World Experience, in
organizing programs that demonstrate the richness, vibrance, diversity, and vitality of African, African American, and Caribbean cultures, in presenting students and the community with an Afrocentric analysis of the economic, political, social, and cultural oppression (i.e. racism) under which people of African descent suffer, from Cape Town, South Africa to Juneau, Alaska, and in making efforts to transform society by applying these analytical skills and knowledge of some of the most critical social problems that exist today.
The Pan-African Studies Department is committed to a Pan-Africanist philosophy. That philosophy is based on the realization that all African peoples are linked by a cultural and spiritual unity and that the liberation of African people is dependent on the political and economic unification of the African global community. The Department offers a B.A. in African-American Studies. In addition, through the PAS Department, and in conjunction with several other disciplines and departments on campus, students can earn an Interdisciplinary Master's degree. ... [according to site editor's information]
This site offers speeches by Nkrumah as audio files including transcripts. Maybe the most interesting audio file is Nkrumah's speech delivered at the United Nations on 23rd Sept 1960. Many other resources are onyl accessible after registration (free of charge). The site obviously was last updated around 2001, but since the author of the site is a lecturer at Lincoln University, you can contact him there too. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
NALDO is a non-profit organization founded by a group of young and dynamic Africans living abroad. The main goal of the organization is to promote a better leadership and a proper management of the political, economic and socio-cultural areas in Africa. We look forward to bring all Africans to stand together with their intellectual capabilities, to think and propose sustainable solutions to the problems our continent is confronted with. Furthermore, we should be permanently aware and proactive to address the major challenges facing our continent. ... [according to site editor's information]