The story of the Black People is a repeat since Haiti's first Negro revolution. Indeed, the slave trade system of the day before yesterday had successfully experienced the deportation and elimination of African kings and chiefs, the colonial system which succeeded it proceeded by systematic liquidation of African leaders (Amilcar Cabral, Kwame Nkrumah, Thomas Sankara, Um Nyombé, Malcolm X, Lumumba). The current neo-colonial and neo-fascist system combines all previous experiences depending on the context: coup, military intervention
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This book, I found it in the mud, in the posture of a man devoured by the cold or a bird with broken wings. Like a stuck courier, he waited. No doubt he was hoping for something! But what ? He was scanning the distance. A child of ages would come to free him. But children down through the centuries looked like rivers laden with mud. Nothing of the laughing stars, fruits of the creation of the gods. They were cothurnes at the feet, in the mud of the sinuous waves, having made themselves stars in the faces of these ea
“Avà (the penis) and Véku (the testicles) are neighbors. Both are peasants. They grow yams. Kolo (the vagina) is a trader. She regularly passes the fields of the two neighbors to go to the Dzaminakôshi market. One day she was passing, she asked Véku to give her some yam. The latter categorically refuses. Another day, it's Avà who's there. Kind and considerate, Avà agrees to give Kolo some nice yams. Back from the market, Kolo arrives at the edge of the neighbors' fields as the c
Name: Reine Ngalifourou (Congo)
History: Reine Ngalifourou was born in 1864 in Ngabé (Congo region), this extraordinary woman made the Teke Kingdom (an ethnic group of the Congo) shine with a thousand lights for more than half a century. Her name means "mistress of fire".
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The Echo of Silence is an invitation to hope. It is the resonance of those black voices believed to be forever silent, but which write in golden letters the most beautiful pages of history, albeit at the expense of their lives.
Through three committed short stories, Doris Kelanou addresses American current affairs by having Martin Luther King speak posthumously. She then takes us in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela, unsuspected testator of humanist values, and paints us the portrait of this august man long silenced.
Lauren Ekué signs a first essay fictionalized with angry uppercuts. Miss Don King, her tormented double walks the sidewalks of Harlem on the night of November 04, 2008. As Michelle Obama wins her first glamor icon stripes on a global scale, she questions the condition of black women. She responds to detractors who claim that relaxed hair alone is an indelible marker of alienation. She recalls that the entire female community bowed to the tyrannical canons of beauty. No doubt of victory
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Essay on the invention of Ivorian literature
It has been argued here and there that none of our Black African countries have this thing called national literature. Isn't that a bit quick? It is true that too often the indifference - to put it mildly - of incumbent politicians does not help the flourishing of a literature capable of showing off its national attributes. But, all fruit ripens on a tree and not all trees bear the same fruit. It is necessary to know how to observe the work of African writers without losing sight of the political and social processes which have linked