Political 'tribalism' has for far too long been seen as an African problem. It is also an American problem, reflecting parallel legacies of colonialism.
'Alienation and Freedom,' a massive collection of Frantz Fanon's works, reveals his intellectual and political motivations, but also proves him enigmatic and inscrutable as ever.
Donald Trump's tweets repeating white nationalist propaganda about land reform in South Africa shows white supremacy has consistently relied on an international interdependence.
In 1978, exiled South African writer and leftist Alex La Guma traveled to the Soviet Union and wrote a book about it. A new, crritical annotated edition was published in 2018.
Frantz Fanon remains vital not only for his bracing anti-racism and anti-colonialism, but equally for the less-recognized, empathetic politics of solidarity he cultivated and exemplified.
Survival is an album with a purpose. Released in 1979, it is arguably Marley’s most political recording.