This chapter examines aspects of the connections relating to African Diaspora communities. P. Gilroy maintains that various forms of Black Nationalism that have sprouted in the African Diaspora had distinctive elements of Nazi fascism, characterized by Garveyism and the Nation of Islam's organizational styles. An African Diaspora comparative work on "Black Atlantic Politics" by William E. Nelson, Jr. is an exemplary African-centered case study that legitimates the usefulness of such research. The US and UK experiences will be employed as case studies in order to elucidate the nuances involved in understanding different "Black Atlantic" experiences. Nelson examines the situation of black politics in Liverpool, UK and compares it with that of Boston, US, revealing again the interconnectedness of the African Diaspora. Both communities are separated by the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, yet the similarities in black political disempowerment are striking.