There is no unanimity among Afrikans. Never has been in recorded history. And that is not necessary for constructive, collective action. I say action before unity since I believe our capacity for working together is discovered in working together not in contemplating its perceived difficulties. If we can and must work out arrangements every day with those who enslaved and colonized us, to say we are unwilling to work as hard to do with and for us, despite the challengers and naysayers, is to say we are still mentally enslaved and do not deserve freedom.