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Author: Africa Information Service Staff
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Monthly Review Press; Second Printing edition (January 1, 1973)
Pages: 110 pages
Category: Other
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Amilcar Cabral represented the most thoughtful and eloquent of the Lusophone revolutionaries in the 1960s and 1970s. This thin volume collects his most noteworthy speeches from his final trip to the United States.

Amilcar Cabral represented the most thoughtful and eloquent of the Lusophone revolutionaries in the 1960s and 1970s. Before his assassination, he headed the PAIGC in its attempts to lead Guinea Bissau and Cabo Verde to independence. Cabral sets out his ideas on the errors of imperialism, revolution, the people's role in it, and the necessity of a popular state, but he also touches on the important place of international actors and African Americans in supporting the revolution in terms of a global struggle against imperialism and inequality.

A South African this book is almost a bible among those who resisted . Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral. byAfrica Information Service Staff.

A South African this book is almost a bible among those who resisted apartheid. Reading it now, so many years after the end of apartheid, I find it has meaning to so many human rights struggles across the world. And even for those of us who live in the United States it is pertinent and timeless. 6 people found this helpful. I read this book over 10 years ago and almost forgot how important Cabral was to the African Liberation movement. Here is an extraordinarily well written roadmap on how to organize and implement a successful revolution.

Proceeds from the sale of this book will be sent to the PAGC

Under his leadership, the PAIGC liberated three-quarters of the countryside of Guinea in less than ten years of revolutionary struggle. Proceeds from the sale of this book will be sent to the PAGC. He saw the process of returning to the source as being more difcult for those "native elites" who had lived in isolation from the "native masses" and developed feelings of frustration as a result of their ambigous roles.

He returned to Africa in the 1950s, and was instrumental in promoting the independence causes of the then Portuguese colonies. He was the founder (in 1956) of the PAIGC or Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde (Portuguese for African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde) and one of the founders of Movimento Popular Libertação de Angola (MPLA) (later in the same year), together with Agostinho Neto, whom he met in Portugal, and other Angolan nationalists. Unity and Struggle: Speeches and Writings of Amilcar Cabral.

Amilcar Cabral, who was the Secretary-General of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the . This volume contains some of the principal speeches Cabral delivered in his last years during visits to the United States

Amilcar Cabral, who was the Secretary-General of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde Islands (PAIGC), was assassinated by Portuguese agents on January 20, 1973. Under his leadership, the PAIGC liberated three-quarters of the countryside of Guinea in less than ten years of revolutionary struggle. This volume contains some of the principal speeches Cabral delivered in his last years during visits to the United States. The first is his speech to the fourth Commission of the United Nations General Assembly on October 16, 1972, on Questions of Territories Under Portuguese Administration.

Cabral, Amílcar, 1924-1973. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Download Return to the source : leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Dyslexia. Federal aid to higher education. Physical Description: 110 p. : ill. ;, 21 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 107-110.

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Amilcar Cabral, who was the Secretary-General of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde Islands (PAIGC), was assassinated by Portuguese agents on January 20, 1973. His brilliant speeches on "National Liberation and Culture" (1970) and "Identity and Dignity in the Context of the National Liberation Struggle" (1972) follow. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Amilcar Cabral, Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral, e. Action is indispensable to the learning process: You learn to ride a bicycle or drive a car not from merely reading books about bicycles or cars but from riding or driving.

35. K. Kia Buseki Fu-Kiau, The African Book Without Title (Cambridge, MA: Fu-Kiau, 1980), 6. oogle Scholar. Actually constructing the vehicles furthers that knowledge. People know how to live, learn, and teach without oppressive practices by doing activities that confront and diminish them.

Amilcar Cabral, Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral. South African History Archive - SAHA. Today 36 years ago, these powerful images still resonate when contextualised by ongoing contemporary struggles for justice.

Return to the Source book An ok compilation by MR/Africa Information Service of an absolutely brilliant thinker

Return to the Source book. May 02, 2011 Heshima rated it it was amazing. The First book of Cabral's writings that I read in my senior year of High School! It changed my life, and I know that it would change yours. An ok compilation by MR/Africa Information Service of an absolutely brilliant thinker. There are a number of ng and spelling errors also, which is very unhelpful in reading somewhat dense theoretical texts.

Amilcar Cabral, who was the Secretary-General of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde Islands (PAIGC), was assassinated by Portuguese agents on January 20, 1973. Under his leadership, the PAIGC liberated three-quarters of the countryside of Guinea in less than ten years of revolutionary struggle. Cabral distinguished himself among modern revolutionaries by the long and careful preparation, both theoretical and practical, which he undertook before launching the revolutionary struggle, and, in the course of the preparation, became one of the world's outstanding theoreticians of anti-imperialist struggle. This volume contains some of the principal speeches Cabral delivered in his last years during visits to the United States. The first is his speech to the fourth Commission of the United Nations General Assembly on October 16, 1972, on "Questions of Territories Under Portuguese Administration." His brilliant speeches on "National Liberation and Culture" (1970) and "Identity and Dignity in the Context of the National Liberation Struggle" (1972) follow.