Third Pan-African Congress


London, UK; Lisbon, Portugal

Unlike the first two conferences, the third was not as well attended or organized, and was beset by in-fighting (notably between Francophone and Anglophone attendees) and limited resources. The result was that Diagne of Senegal and Candace of Guadeloupe, who pressed for the need to develop within colonialism, distanced themselves from the PAC movement, which was pushing more towards self-governance and separation from colonial powers.