INDEX
Abeng, 256
abolition, 21, 89, 167, 307; of British
slavery, 7, 8, 162, 171–72, 327; com-
memorations of, 217–18; in French
colonies, 132, 145–46, 216, 284–85, 338,
368; historiography of, 162; of slave
trade, 11, 44n71, 162
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 58, 411
Abyssinia, 7, 8, 263, 275n51. See also
Ethiopia; iafa
Ademola, Adegboyega, 305
Adorno, Theodor W., 38
Africa: The Black Jacobins and, xviii,
16, 18, 29, 87, 179, 265, 304, 305, 330;
civilization and, 98, 332, 349, 350;
communalism in, 83n18; Communism
and, 354, 357–58; Copperbelt in, 10;
France and, 375; labor movement in,
10; national in de pendent movements
in, 23–24, 73, 140, 275n51; revolution-
ary leaders in, 147; West Indies and,
258. See also names of African regions
and countries
African Americans: activism of, 219;
journals of, 19; in prison, 70–72;
in radical labor movement, 55–56.
See also Blacks
African diaspora, 23, 94, 199, 264, 265,
309; ibw and, 298, 300, 306; liberation
strug gles and, 8
African National Congress, 264, 305
Africans: The Black Jacobins and, 20, 162;
cultural survivals of, in Ca ribbean, 12,
88, 169, 239, 306; creative capacity of,
357; dancing and, 6; Eu ro pean lan-
guage acquisition of, xv–xvi, 334–35;
Herskovits’s theories on, 117; impres-
siveness of, 70–72; as intellectuals, 33;
in revolutionary Haiti, 67, 76–77, 78,
167, 237–38, 316, 331–32, 340, 356; scale
of Africanisms and, 117; as speakers at
British labor protests, 8
African Standard, 16
agency, 129, 205, 230; of enslaved, 217,
221; of Haitian blacks, 12, 35; of
Louverture, 211
Alexis, Stephen, 135n19, 192n22
Algeria, 156, 160n33, 371, 375
Alkalimat, Abdul, 298
Allison and Busby, as publisher of The
Black Jacobins, 5, 34
Althusser, Louis, 104, 205
American Enterprise Institute, 298
Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Commu-
nities (1983), xv
anthropology, anthropologists, 18–20,
116; Haiti and, 117–18
anticolonialism, 22, 140–41, 156, 198, 219,
224, 226, 300, 326, 375, 376; activism
for, 7, 27, 65, 199, 355; of Haitian
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