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5 Topic Pages Found in Ethnic Studies and starting with the letter P
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Open Pan-Africanism

Pan-Africanism describes the idea of unity among people of African descent against oppression. This spirit of solidarity emerged during World War I


Member of an American Indian people living in the Quoddy Loop area of Maine, Massachusetts, and New Brunswick, Canada. They speak an Algonquian


( pətänz' ), group of seminomadic peoples consisting of more than 60 tribes, numbering more than 26 million in Pakistan and more than 11 million in


Postcolonialism refers both to a specific historical period or state of affairs—the aftermath of imperialism—and to an intellectual and political

Open Powhatan Confederacy
Powhatan Confederacy

group of Native North Americans belonging to the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages ). Their