The Radical Imagination of Frantz Fanon

Fanon’s vision of a world freed from the shackles of racism can still influence our personal and political lives.

Frantz Fanon (20 July 1925–6 December 1961). Source:
Fanon travelling to Algeria. Witnessing the sheer difference in living standards between the French colonial settle and the Algerian native prompted the psychiatrist to join the revolution in 1954. Source: Leo Zeilig.

Freelance journalist and writer. Interests: history (pre- and post-colonial), culture, and immigration. Also strives to befriend small animals.

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