Amílcar Cabral - eBook SuperPack (4 Titles)

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Amílcar Lopes da Costa Cabral (Portuguese: [ɐˈmilkaɾ ˈlɔpɨʃ kɐˈbɾal]; 12 September 1924 – 20 January 1973) was a Guinea-Bissauan and Cape Verdean agricultural engineer, writer, and a nationalist thinker and political leader. He was also one of Africa's foremost anti-colonial leaders. Also known by his nom de guerre Abel Djassi, Cabral led the nationalist movement of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde Islands and the ensuing war of independence in Guinea-Bissau. He was assassinated on 20 January 1973, about eight months before Guinea-Bissau's unilateral declaration of independence. Though not a Marxist,[1] he was deeply influenced by Marxism, and became an inspiration to revolutionary socialists and national independence movements world-wide.

 


Amilcar Cabral: Modern Theoretician of the African Revolution A Biography; Two Classic Speeches

Unity and Struggle: Speeches and Writings of Amilcar Cabral

Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral

Africana Critical Theory: Reconstructing the Black Radical Tradition. From WEB DuBois to CLR James to Frantz Fanon and Amil Cabral