This video from the USA is called Frantz Fanon Eulogy.
From French daily l’Humanité:
Figuring out the Mechanisms of Domination
Translated Tuesday 26 September 2006, by Henry Crapo
It was to show the topicality of Frantz Fanon’s thinking on the mechanisms of colonial domination that the Espaces Marx organized a debate on this subject on Saturday, 17 September, at the Rhone regional stand at the Fête de l’Humanité.
It was to discover this man, who was born in Fort-de-France in 1925, died in 1961, and buried in Algeria – a psychiatrist, writer, and thinker, of whom Aimé Césaire said “He is a paraclet, one whose life has become a call to us to live.”
Alice Cherki, psychiatrist and author of the biography Frantz Fanon, a Portrait, described with emotion the man with whom she had worked, first in the psychiatric service in Blida, then in Tunisia, where that militant awakener of consciousness, fighting for the independence of Algeria, had to find refuge, having been expelled by the French government.
- Frantz Fanon: A Biography (morningstaronline.co.uk)
- On the Thoughts of Frantz Fanon (dogmaandgeopolitics.wordpress.com)
- Little Known Black History Fact: Dr. Frantz Fanon (blackamericaweb.com)
- What Frantz Fanon Meant To African Liberation (thebulletpen.wordpress.com)
- Fanon: Black Skin, White Masks (mixedamericanlife.wordpress.com)
- Frantz Fanon-final draft (socialtheoryencyclopedia.wordpress.com)