Index
Note: Page numbers followed by f indicate a figure.
Abbott, Robert S., 134
Adaramola, Iya Oba, 208–9
Adefunmi I, Oseijeman, 203–4, 206–9
affirmative action programs, 11–12
Africa. See Ghana; homeland and cul-
tural roots tourism; Senegal
“Africa Is Alive and Well and Living in
the Diaspora” (Hall), 158
African American Association of Ghana,
111, 113, 242n45
African American Lives, 226
African Americans. See Black
Americans
African Association, 81–82
African Union (au), 104, 111–13, 116
Afro- Atlantic redemption songs,
115–20
Afro- Atlantic speculation, 3–6, 213,
221–33, 251nn15–16; class and wealth
in, 16–17; as corrective response to
slavery, 6; diasporic cultural produc-
tion in, 14–16; genealogy and ge ne tic
science in, 226–32, 251n4; multilay-
ered flights of imagination in, 6–13;
mythmaking and psychic freedom
in, 17–19; neoteric Pan- Africanism
in, 13–20, 84–85, 120, 224. See also
homeland and cultural roots tourism;
imagining flight; speculative texts
Afrofuturism, 6
“The Afrolantica Awakening” (Bell),
218–19
Ahmed, Sara, 130–31
Ajamu, Adenibi S., 203
All- African People’s Revolutionary Party
(a-aprp), 93–94
Allen (Black American expatriate in
Bahia), 162, 167–68
All God’s Children Need Traveling Shoes
(Angelou), 27, 55–58, 85
American Colonization Society, 8
Ancestry . com, 226–28
Angelou, Maya, 13–14, 27, 55–58, 80;
in Ghana, 55–56, 85, 108; imaginings
of the past by, 85, 187–88; on return
migrations to the South, 190
Association for the Study of Worldwide
African Diaspora (aswad), 120–22
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