The movement created political awareness among people of African origin and a sense of deep concern for suffering of blacks all over the world.
It put in place Steps towards the restoration of status and dignity to the African people, which had been eroded by slave trade, colonialism and racism.
The movement provided an important forum where the people of African origin could discuss their problems. It promoted brotherhood among Africans.
The movement led to the Development of the spirit of solidarity among the African people when dealing with issues that concern the continent.
It laid the basis for the Formation of OAU, which later became the African Union (AU).
The movement enabled African leaders to be more committed to African issues. For example the black caucus in the USA played an important role in pressurizing the US congress to take drastic measures against the Apartheid regime in South Africa.
The movement laid the foundation for the interest in research on African culture, history, literature, music, religion, medicine, art, etc. this empowered Africans by enabling them to understand the status quo.
The movement played an important role in the advancement of African nationalism by encouraging peoples of African origin to take pride in their ancestry and demand their rights.
The movement condemned Mussolini’s attempt to colonize Ethiopia in 1935 by organizing protests in major towns like New York, London, Brussels and Paris.