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Lamont Lilly 20 Jul 17
Remembering and what he means today
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Lupita Nyong'o 16 Dec 14
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Media Diversified 6 Dec 16
55 years ago today Frantz Fanon passed away. Rest in Power.
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Africa Research Inst 25 Jul 17
Prof. Achille Mbembe: "My wish is for [Frantz Fanon] to not only be invoked but to be properly studied"
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Lamont Lilly Jan 28
Black folk please, stop voting for & rallying behind people just because they're Black or "present" as Black. In 1952, our dear ancestor wrote a book called "Black Skin, White Masks." Yeah well, those people still exist today, y'all. Black skin, white agendas.
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Tricontinental Institute for Social Research 20 Jul 18
Today marks the birth anniversary of , a Marxist revolutionary from Martinique who joined the Algerian liberation struggle. At the Tricontinental, we stand, in the words of Fanon, with the wretched of the earth to create a world of human beings.
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LEWIS GORDON 20 Jul 18
Today, would have celebrated his 93rd birthday.
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Black Geographies 5 Apr 18
This is exciting! Previously unpublished work by
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You can't fight capitalism with woke capitalism 12 May 18
“In no way is it up to me to prepare for the world coming after me,” writes in his classic first book, _Black Skin, White Masks_ (1952). “I am resolutely a man of my time.” Today, the presence and influence of Fanon appears to be everywhere
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🎙️💻📺iMWiL!🎧📻📚 Dec 7
A Tribute to Black Liberation: From to w Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Frank Wilderson
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Lamont Lilly 17 Apr 15
"It is the POLICEMAN and the SOLDIER who are the spokesmen of the settler and his rule of oppression." ~
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Baltimore BLOC 20 Jul 15
Replying to @BmoreBloc
3. "...wealth is not the fruit of labor but the spoils from an organized protection racket." -
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Verso Books 20 Jul 18
HBD to , who would have been 93 years old today. In her memoir Algiers, Third World Capital, Elaine Mokhtefi recounts a night they went dancing together. He told her to "stay upright on your own two feet and keep moving forward to goals of your own.”
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CSW61 Youth Forum 11 Mar 17
Every generation has a mission to fulfill or betray, ours is to achieve gender equality
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cℓaudia stєℓℓ✰r ‏ ✂️ 4 Apr 18
I just pre-ordered a copy of 's forthcoming Alienation and Freedom, to be released April 19. "Alienation & Freedom collects together previously unpublished works comprising around half of his entire output – which were previously thought to be lost or inaccessible."
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BlackHistoryStudies 20 Jul 16
“Each generation must discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it, in relative capacity.” -
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Adrian Harewood Jun 5
In the context of the debate about the use of the term some pundits/journalists are focusing on so called on Indigenous violence. might argue fratricidal violence doesn’t occur in a vacuum & is itself a product of the colonial project
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Ali Ishtar 9 Jul 14
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teleSUR English 20 Jul 18
Happy Birthday to revolutionary psychoanalyst, philosopher, and writer ! He has contributed tremendous insight on the effects of and violence on the human psyche.
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(Del) Dong Lei Aug 16
Pick Up Black Skin White Masks by when ou are better than this. Palmer your whole life sounds not a single syllable of authenticity, surrounding and surrounded by fake people. I pity you, not hate you. I have a proper upbringing and am beyond you and I take no joy.
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