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"It Could Never Happen Here!": A Comparative Analysis of Access to State Power of African Diaspora Communities
Unformatted Document Text:  Paper Proposal "It Could Never Happen Here!": A Comparative Analysis of Access to State Power of African Diaspora Communities Differentiated access to state power of African and African-descended peoples in the Diaspora is a core comparative measure of the character and substance of Black political praxes in a globalized analysis of African politics. The paper focuses on African hyphenated communities across the globe, presenting a comparative taxonomy and seeking explanations for the state-related political "roles" (self-defined, assigned, and structural) intrinsic to these communities. These roles include petitioners, politicians, policy-makers, and presidents. What political, social, and economic variables have shaped the historical development and trajectory of these roles? What are the possibilities for transcending current roles? These are the two broad questions that animate this discussion.

Authors: Gibrill, Hashim.
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Paper Proposal
"It Could Never Happen Here!": A Comparative Analysis of Access to State Power of African 
Diaspora Communities
Differentiated access to state power of African and African-descended peoples in the Diaspora is 
a core comparative measure of the character and substance of Black political praxes in a 
globalized analysis of African politics. The paper focuses on African hyphenated communities 
across the globe, presenting a comparative taxonomy and seeking explanations for the state-
related political "roles" (self-defined, assigned, and structural) intrinsic to these communities. 
These roles include petitioners, politicians, policy-makers, and presidents. What political, social, 
and economic variables have shaped the historical development and trajectory of these roles? 
What are the possibilities for transcending current roles? These are the two broad questions that 
animate this discussion.


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