Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-414) and index
(Re)introducing the Africana tradition of critical theory: posing problems and searching for solutions -- W.E.B. Du Bois: the soul of a pan-African Marxist male-feminist -- C.L.R. James: pan-African Marxism beyond all boundaries -- Aime Cesaire and Leopold Senghor: revolutionary negritude and radical new negroes -- Frantz Fanon: revolutionizing the wretched of the earth, radicalizing the discourse on decolonization -- Amilcar Cabral: using the weapon of theory to return to the source(s) of revolutionary decolonization and revolutionary re-Africanization -- Africana critical theory: overcoming the aversion to new theory and new praxis in Africana studies and critical social theory.
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