Tags » Frantz Fanon

ô mon corps, fait toujours de moi un homme qui s’interroge!

When people like me, they like me “in spite of my color.” When they dislike me; they point out that it isn’t because of my color.

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Who Am I? Where do I belong?

In this blog post, I’m writing about where I come from, so you, as the reader, can get a better sense of who I am. I grew up in a very small town in Georgia; it is a predominantly white and Christian community. 972 more words


Achille Mbembe: Public Intellectual No. 1

By Chelsea Haith 

“Why do we create obstacles to our own emancipation?!” 

Professor Achille Mbembe is fed up. The South African academy is not changing fast enough or radically enough. 529 more words


The Dummy Men! The Decolonial Anthropology of Asmerom Legesse

Going up a day later than it should have is our second entry into the dummy men series which will consist of one-to-one chats on the topics of decoloniality, white supremacy and antiblackness as they relate to the particular experience and position of the the speakers’ background. 238 more words


Le colonisé et la langue...

Le peuple colonisé est « …tout peuple au sein duquel a pris naissance un complexe d’infériorité, du fait de la mise au tombeau de l’originalité culturelle locale…

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Afrodiasporic Intimacy: Ab-Soul's "Terrorist Threats" as "Vagabond Internationalism"

As scholarship on the matter attests, the concept of diaspora is complex, loaded with various signifiers that refer to a range of experiences having to do with difference, displacement, and dispersal. 3,540 more words

“I move slowly in the world … I progress by crawling. And already I am being dissected under white eyes, the only real eyes. I am…

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