Some articles on cultural unity, cultural:
... that the African peoples shared certain commonalities, including language roots and other cultural elements like regicide, circumcision, totems, etc ... These, he held, formed part of a tapestry that laid the basis for African cultural unity, which could assist in throwing off colonialism ... His cultural theory attempted to show that Egypt was part of the African environment as opposed to incorporating it into Mediterranean or Middle Eastern venues ...
Famous quotes containing the words unity and/or cultural:
“Jesus abolished the very concept of guiltMhe denied any cleavage between God and man. He lived this unity of God and man as his glad tidings ... and not as a prerogative!”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“The rumor of a great city goes out beyond its borders, to all the latitudes of the known earth. The city becomes an emblem in remote minds; apart from the tangible export of goods and men, it exerts its cultural instrumentality in a thousand phases.”
—In New York City, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)