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Black History Month's Series: ‘We’re Going to Stand Up’: Queer Literature is Booming in Africa.

Even in countries where homophobia is pervasive and same-sex relationships are illegal, authors are pushing boundaries, finding an audience and winning awards.



The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon, by Adam Shatz. Fanon could be “vain, arrogant, even hotheaded.” In his first book, “Black Skin, White Masks” (1952), he derided homosexuality and wondered about “women who just ask to be raped.”



The Rebel's Clinic: The Revolutionary Lives of Frantz Fanon


OLD WORLD YOUNG AFRICA. Father, the Son and the Fight Over Their King.

A student’s vow to overthrow one of Africa’s last ruling monarchs faces a roadblock: his own father, a soldier sworn to protect the throne.



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