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“Fanon is not necessarily a bad thing by any means but occasionally it is taken too far.”
“Although the worrisomeness I'm calling a Fanon project has assumed various forms, it began clearly enough as a determination to be like you, that is, to become a writer committed to telling the truth about color and oppression, a writer who exposes the lies of race and reveals how the concept of race is used as a weapon to destroy people.”
“Fanon," has an international scope: It's a novel about the Caribbean writer, psychiatrist and revolutionary Frantz Fanon (1925-1961).”
“From there, "Fanon" freely blends fact and fiction.”
“Films such as Besouro; Kongo--Grand Illusions; Driving with Fanon; and Africans Out of Africa examine the lives and contributions of legendary individuals, who have inspired followings from Kinshasa to Bahia.”
“The film helps to bring attention in the West to the 1961 book The Wretched of the Earth by Algerian revolutionary, Frantz Fanon, in visualizing Fanon's call to the colonized peoples of the world to take up arms against their colonizers.”
“Speaking on national culture, Frantz Fanon says that "Each generation must out of relative obscurity discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.”
“With its glorious Ottoman past, notes Orhan Pamuk, the 2006 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Turkey was never colonized by a world power, and thus “‘veneration of Europe’ or ‘imitation of the West’ never had the humiliating connotations” described by Frantz Fanon or Edward Said for much of the rest of the Middle East and North Africa.”
“I was struck by the similarity between current conditions inside Tamms and the way Frantz Fanon describes colonized people, in his 1925 classic The Wretched of the Earth, as forced into highly precarious, compressed spaces where they might die anywhere and at any moment.”
“At least five of the authors he cites—Wright, Fanon, Hughes, Malcolm X, and James Baldwin—Bill Ayers cites in his writings as well.”
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