MEI Black Internationalism & International African Friends of Ethiopia Paper

BLACK INTERNATIONALISM [Begins on page 485 in text]

Define the following key terms below from chapter 19 in the text.

PART I: DEFINE THE FOLOWING TERMS RIGHT BELOW OR INFRONT OF THE QUESTIONS

United Nations Charter

Italian invasion of Ethiopia

International African Friends of Ethiopia [and members]

International African Service Bureau

International Council of Friends of Ethiopia [and members]

Ralph Bunch & his article in the Journal of Negro History

Fraternal Council of Churches

A Rising Wind

Pan African Congress

Council on African Affairs

NAACP [As related to UN Charter]

National Council of Negro Women [As related to UN Charter]

United Nations Charter

PART II: ANSWER THE FOLOWING TERMS RIGHT BELOW OR INFRONT OF THE QUESTIONS

  • How did African Americans view the founding of the United Nations in 1945?
  • Why did African Americans respond to the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935?
  • Give three examples of organizations created by black people globally in response to Italian aggression in Africa?
  • How did black newspapers respond to the Ethiopian crisis?
  • Read the “Window in Time” on page 487. Who is Ralph Bunche? Define facism and jingoism. What is Bunche’s point?
  • Who was Walter White and what did he mean by “a rising wind?”
  • Explain the United Nations Charter.

PART III

. Essay: Explain the key points the author makes in the section entitled, “Black Internationalism”? Give examples to support your answer about the developing international outlook of black leadership and the community. [Ethiopia and the UN Charter are critical to this section]


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