• Angela Davis

    An Autobiography

    The book "Angela Davis: An Autobiography," was published in 1974. It recounts her life, including her upbringing, education, and political activism in the 1960s and 1970s. Key points include her involvement in civil rights, the Marin County case in 1970, her activism for prisoner and civil rights, and her eventual acquittal in 1972. This autobiography is a powerful account of her journey and its impact on social and political movements.

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  • Thomas Sankara

    Thomas Sankara Parle

    The book "Thomas Sankara Parle: La Révolution au Burkina Faso, 1983-1987" is a compilation of speeches and writings by Thomas Sankara, the revolutionary leader of Burkina Faso. It provides insight into his political ideals, including social justice and economic self-sufficiency for Africa, during his presidential tenure from 1983 to 1987. The book helps to better understand his impact on Burkina Faso and Africa.

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  • steve biko

    I Write What I Like

    The book "I Write What I Like" is a collection of writings and speeches by Steve Biko (1946-1977).

    He was a leader of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. He co-founded the South African Students Organisation and advocated for black pride and the fight against apartheid. He died in detention as a result of torture, sparking international outrage and becoming a symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle.

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