There is this intellectual tug of war between the Afrikan liberation activists. There are terms or titles that we give to each other, some are complementary while others are contemptuous. The multifaceted fragmentation of the Black population is acutely exacerbated by the power-structures and institutions that purport to control contemporary cultures. While Afrikans have cultural differences and are not monolithic and homogeneous, there are contextual differences that are very important to deal with.
We are beginning to look at Afrika through an Afrikological lens. There are very useful approaches to how history and mytho-poetry can be used to navigate creatively and impact fully through modern times.