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Fonsos 17 Apr 18
"A man screaming is not a dancing bear. Life is not a spectacle."
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teleSUR English Jun 26
| On his birthday, we remember . He was a Martinican poet, playwright, and politician. Viewing the plight of the blacks as only one facet of the proletarian struggle, he joined the Communist Party.
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teleSUR English Jun 26
we remember the birthday of legendary Black, anti-colonialist poet and politician from . He was the founder of , the black consciousness movement that sought to assert pride in African cultural values. Happy Birthday, comrade! 🎂💪
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SchoolDepot 29 Oct 17
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Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe 21 Jul 18
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Christophe Rivière 23 Jan 18
On my way to Martinique for the first time, I just read this beautiful and inspiring article about this island and its artistic and political legend, Aimé Césaire. Beneath Martinique’s Beauty, Guided by a Poet
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Mamadou-Abou Sarr 26 Mar 18
« I have a different idea of universal. It is of a universal rich will all that is particular, rich with all the particulars there are, the deepening of each particular, the coexistence of them all » Aimé Césaire.
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Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe 20 Jul 18
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Alexander Romanovich Oct 4
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Ricò Rico Dec 8
“A that proves incapable of solving the problems it creates is a one. A civilization that chooses to close its 👁s to its most crucial problems is a sick one. A civilization that plays fast and loose with its is a dying one.” 🇫🇷🇺🇸
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Joy Mar 16
I want to quote Aime Cesaire today: '' A civilization that chooses to close its eyes to its most crucial problems is a stricken civilization. A civilization that uses its principles for trickery and deceit is a dying civilization.''
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Maryse S. Marius Jan 5
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Spicy Zucchini Atchar 🥴 Jun 5
was not playing with you heauxs 🤧
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Jahlan  6 Jul 18
✊🏾 ⛓ FREE UP ‼️💪🏽 BIG UP 🎤🇯🇲 TO MENTIONNED 📚 🌍 @ Festival de Fort-de-France (cc/ )
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Wayne H W Wolfson Jun 4
Was at cafe,he walked by stopping as if waiting 4 some 1. I wanted go over say hello or something, i kept getting up then sitting back down as i didn't want bother him. He stood there watching me, then his friends came he left.
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Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe 27 Jun 18
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Khalid Lyamlahy 30 Apr 18
Check out this forthcoming Francophone Seminar Keynote Lecture by A. James Arnold on - Tuesday 15 May 5pm Lecture Hall, Taylor Institution - All Welcome !
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Steven Harageib 3 Jan 18
Beware, my body and my soul, beware above all of crossing your arms and assuming the sterile attitude of the spectator, for life is not a spectacle, a sea of griefs is not a proscenium, and a man who wails is not a dancing bear.
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McCay 17 Apr 18
Poet and political leader. Born in Diaspora, as a son of Africa.
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Nicolas Panayotis 2 Feb 18
Generally the spamming emails are starting with rather respectful introduction right? This morning I received one literally calling me "Nigger Nicolas" - WTF how did they reach this level?! ✊ “Nègre, je resterai”
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