Mireille Fanon: “If We Want to Change the World, it Must Be Through Anti-racism” By Nina Fideles and Rute Pina

Mireille is the daughter of the black intellectual, psychiatrist, and activist Frantz Fanon, who was born in Martinique, a small island in the Caribbean colonized by France. Fanon’s work includes books such as The Wretched of the Earth and Black Skin, White Masks, and was central to black thinking in the 20th century. Now his daughter and scholar organizes and spreads her father’s legacy through the Franz Fanon Foundation.

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Black November: “Our Greatest Resistance is Our Life” By Wesley Lima

Negra, a Pernambuco woman, a trans woman and elected São Paulo state deputy for the Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL), Erica Malunguinho, is certainly one…

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‘The tide will turn’: Arundhati Roy’s letter to jailed Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam

On PEN International’s ‘Day of the Imprisoned Writer’, Roy says his arrest ‘is an attack not on intellectuals but on intelligence’. To, Shahidul Alam Champakali…

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