||Introduction / Behnaz A. Mirzai and Bonny Ibhawoh -- From Bilal to Barack : what are the implications for recognition, empowerment and equity in the African diaspora? / Edward A. Alpers -- "Where the path break :" divergent diasporas and Black emancipation / O.B. Oduntan -- "Resilient but disempowered : representations of African pearl divers in contemporary heritage discourses versus early twentieth-century manumission records in the UAE" / John Thabiti Willis -- Tracing Baluch identity in Zanzibar / Amirbahram Arabahmadi -- UNESCO slave route project : a reparative vehicle of historical truth-telling about transatlantic slavery? / David Wilkins -- Debating the place of African Americans in California, 1850-1870 / Dana Elizabeth Weiner -- Nationalists and dissidents : African anti-colonialism and the making of universal human rights / Bonny Ibhawoh -- Labor in the context of immigration : a new form of slavery? Reading two contemporary Nigerian novels / Fouad Mami -- Empowering the nation : education and self-reliance in Julius Nyerere's political thought / Adebisi Alade -- Gender-based violence and the problem of modern-day slavery within the sex trade / Dolana Mogadime.
|General note||Proceedings of a conference held 2014 at Brock University, St. Catharines, Canada.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Genre/form||Conference papers and proceedings.|