Concepts of Cabralism: Amilcar Cabral and Africana Critical Theory

Lexington Books (2014)
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By examining Amilcar Cabral’s theories and praxes, Reiland Rabaka reintroduces and analyzes several of the core characteristics of the Africana critical theory. Ultimately, this book promotes the ways in which classical black radicalism should inform contemporary black radicalism, and contemporary Africana critical theory.

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