In the early 1970s, Walter Rodney, expelled from Jamaica, took a post in Tanzania. In Leo Zeilig’s new book, he captures those exciting, but also difficult years and how it formed Rodney.
Rediscovered lectures Walter Rodney gave in 1978 in Hamburg shows a reflective intellectual, thinking critically about postcolonial African governance.
Note left at Thomas Sankara’s graveside: “Mama Sankara, your son will be avenged. We are all Sankara.”
Jean Suret-Canale changed the face of African history for African activists, students and intellectuals.