Making a Voice: African Resistance to Segregation in South Africa

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Index
1896 location agreement. See Agreement of 1896
1901 general strike. SeeGeneral strike of 1901
AAWMU. SeeAfrican and American Working Men's Union
Abangoma (diviners), 189, 205-206n105
Abantu basesikolweni (school people), 122n25
Abrahams, Peter, 184
"Absconding", 253, 259-262, 263-264, 266, 268-269
Account of the Regular Gradation of Man, An (White), 65
Acculturation, 49, 52, 95, 99-100, 129, 132. See alsoCultural customs
Act 17 ( 1883). SeeNative Strangers' Locations Act ( 1883)
Act 40 ( 1902). SeeNative Reserve [Urban] Locations Act ( 1902)
Additional Representation Bill, 231
" Africa for Africans", 138, 147, 156n42
African Americans: alliances with Africans, 29, 128, 130, 303; churches, 130, 140, 279; emigrationists, 138, 147, 156n42; influence on African middle class, 131, 138-142; missionaries, 140, 281, 296n73; pan- Africanism and, 29, 130, 138, 142, 147-148, 153; racial discrimination against, 128, 142-145, 280; sailors, 138-139, 151; self-help ideology of, 141, 146, 297n89; in South Africa, 138-140, 142, 144-145, 146-147, 150-151, 156n43; West Indians confused with, 138-139; writers, 140-141. See also African and American Working Men's Union; African independent church movement; African Methodist Episcopal Church African and American Working Men's Union (AAWMU): African nationalism and, 131, 138, 142, 147-148, 153; business ownership promoted by, 137-138, 148; Christian ideology and, 29, 130, 142; establishment of, 137-138, 142, 145, 148; goals of, 127-131, 153; McAdoo Singers visit and, 139; membership of, 137; middle class support for, 29, 131, 153; offshoots of, 152; as pan-African economic alliance, 29, 130, 138, 142, 147-148, 153, 303; political power of, 148-149; self-help ideology of, 141, 146; shareholders of, 137, 138, 149-151; split among leaders of, 150-152; store, 146, 149-152, 157n46, 158-159n78; success of, 153
African Caribbeans, 138-139
African Improvement Association. See Imbumba Yama Nyama
African independent church movement: African nationalism and, 279-280; congregations of, 296n74; established as response to racial discrimination, 280,

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