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Frantz Fanon (1925 - 1961): His Life and Legacy: Legacy

Impact on Third World Movements

In addition to his involvement in the Algerian Revolution, Frantz Fanon work has often been seen as laying the theoretical and ideological foundation on many anti-colonial and anti-imperialist movements in the third world.

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Transcolonial Fanon

Columbia University hosted a conference in December 2011 on Transcolonial Fanon: Trajectories of a Revolutionary Politics. Videos of the conference are listed below for reference. 

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