Frantz Fanon and the Psychology of Oppression


“The Psychology of Oppression and Self-Hate: Selections on the Ideas of Frantz Fanon” is a collection to two previously published essays on the psychology of self-hatred among African people. The first is “African Self-Oppression” from “Essays Towards Restoring the African Mind” and the second essay is “Independence or Dependence: Psychological Colonization in the French Caribbean”.

Both of these essays build on the ideas presented in Frantz Fanon’s work, “Black Skin, White Masks.”



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