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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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The Wretched of the Earth - Frantz Fanon's words echo across the decades

Leave this Europe where they are never done talking of Man, yet murder men everywhere they find them, at the corner of every one of their own streets, in all the corners of the globe. 209 more words

Politics And Current Affairs

Frantz Fanon at 90

Anti-colonialist writer and revolutionary Frantz Fanon would have been 90 years old today. Below is Jean-Paul Sartre’s introduction to Fanon’s classis The Wretched of the Earth… 3,587 more words


A Tribute to Black Liberation: From Assata to Fanon w Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Frank Wilderson

Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Dr. Frank Wilderson joined us for this extended discussion of and tribute to Assata Shakur (July 16, 1947 -), Frantz Fanon (20 July 1925 – 6 December 1961) and the liberation struggle they remain integral to. 144 more words


Ep. 25 - Walter Mignolo on Decolonial Epistemology

Join Rachel, B, and John as they discuss the decolonial theory of Walter D. Mignolo, reading “The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Colonial Difference” and “Epistemic Disobedience, Independent Thought and De-Colonial Freedom.” What is epistemology and why is it important? 200 more words



Thus human reality as in-itself-for-itself can be achieved only through conflict and through the risk that conflict implies. This risk means that I go beyond life toward a supreme good that is the transformation of subjective certainty of my own worth into a universally objective truth. 6 more words

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