The profound influence, often underplayed, that great African revolutionary Amílcar Cabral had on Brazilian educator and philosopher Paulo Freire.
During Guinea-Bissau’s war of liberation, women filled key positions on the frontline. That is often forgotten in the mythology of the struggle for independence.
Antonio Tomás’ new book on Amilcar Cabral takes us back to the crucible of decolonization and permits us to assess its aspirations and limitations anew.
Amilcar Cabral is a household name. But what happened to the young women like Joana Gomes who helped lead Guinea Bissau’s independence struggle?
Amilcar Cabral remains inspirational for Africans and non-Africans challenged by injustice and oppression.
The films of Robert Van Lierop and Margaret Dickson chronicled anti-imperial struggles in Mozambique.
Amilcar Cabral and the liberation of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde from Portuguese colonialism.
Guinea Bissau’s Sana Na N’Hada is one of Africa’s most important filmmakers today.
António Oliveira Salazar founded Portugal’s New State dictatorship in 1933. Some Portuguese still remember him fondly.
Juan Orrantia, a Colombian photographer who lives in South Africa, interviewed on his project on the Guinea-Bissauan liberation hero.
It is official at last–what country watchers had been expecting is finally taking place in Guinea
Paris-based rap group MC Malcriado--captures Cabral's appeal to the new generation.