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Book Launch: "Frantz Fanon. Traces d’une vie exemplaire" 

Martinican writer Daniel Boukman’s Frantz Fanon. Traces d’une vie exemplaire was published by Éditions de L’Harmattan in November 2016. It will be presented at the Schoelcher Library on Monday, January 16, 2017, at 5:00pm, in conversation with the author. 157 more words


#Not My President!! #Not Our President!!

By Uhuru B. Rowe
November 10, 2016
e-mail: uhururowe76@yahoo.com

This post is dedicated to all the people who felt offended, hurt, and disrespected by the racist, sexist, xenophobic and bigoted rhetoric of Donald Trump during his presidential campaign and feel justifiably upset, angry, scarred and alienated after his election to the White House on 11/8/16; and all the women, New Afrikans (aka African-Americans), Chicanos and Chicanas, Latinos and Latinas, poor people, disabled people, LGBTQI people, discontented and disaffected white youth, high school and college students who are out in the streets raging and protesting because of Trump’s election, risking your lives and your freedom. 830 more words

Writings From Uhuru

The desecration of Courtney Crum-Ewing continues in Guyana

Yesterday (Dec 16, 2016) I received a call from Donna Harcourt, she
said her husband passed and saw the palm tree we planted in memory of… 121 more words


The Wall of institutions

.الموت أمر طبيعي لكن الإهانة ليست كذلك

Death is a natural thing, but humiliation is not.

La muerte es una ley natural, pero la humillación no.

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Resolving racial conflict with kid power

Still from Finding Fanon, Part Three, Prologue (2016) a film by David Blandy and Larry Achiampong.  Image courtesy of Claire Barrett

Amid all the current journalistic talk of whitelash and the attempt to discredit identity politics following Trump’s election success, the ideas of Frantz Fanon, the black Martinque post-colonial thinker and psychiatrist who died in 1961, could not be more urgent or prescient. 706 more words

Video Art Reviews

Frantz Fanon still lives

December 6, 1961, marks the 55th year since the death of Frantz Fanon. Although this great thinker and writer is no longer with us, his legacy lives on. 38 more words


Reciprocal Bases of National Culture and the Fight for Freedom


Reproduced from Wretched of the Earth (1959) publ. Pelican. Speech to Congress of Black African Writers.

Speech by Frantz Fanon at the Congress of Black African Writers, 1959 Wretched of the Earth… 3,836 more words