The recent anti-racist rebellions signifies a turning point in the movement against racism and capitalism. A new generation of activists have appeared which refuses to accept anything but real social change. More and more effort is therefore put into the task of working out a philosophically grounded viable alternative to the current system.
In these times, we believe that the works of Frantz Fanon can serve as a great inspirational source for working out such an alternative. Hudis’s book presents, in an accessible way, a penetrating critical biography of Fanon’s life and work. Now the book is available as an audiobook.
See other articles in the International Marxist-Humanist discussing the legacy of Frantz Fanon;
“Anti-Colonialism and Humanism” by Ndindi Kitonga
“Race, Recognition, and Revolution: The Debate on ‘Identity Politics‘” by Peter Hudis
“Racism and the Logic of Capitalism: A Fanonion Reconsideration” by Peter Hudis