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These readers, namely Kathryn Gines in “Fanon and Sartre 50 Years Later: To Retain or Reject the Concept of Race”[2] focus on Chapter Five, “The Lived Experience of the Black.” Originally published as a response to Sartre’s “Black Orpheus,” Fanon’s essay introduced Leopold Senghor’s anthology of negritude poetry...
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In “Black Orpheus” Sartre claims that the negritude movement is essential for a new kind of humanism that will free us from racist thinking, free us from a world divided by race: The unity which will come eventually, bringing all oppressed peoples together in the same struggle, must be preceded in the colonies by what I shall call the moment of separation or negativity: this anti-racist racism is the only road that will lead to the abolition of racial differences...
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