Mots-clés » Thomas Sankara
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This human being, this vast and complex combination of pain and joy; solitary and forsaken, yet creator of all humanity; suffering, frustrated, and humiliated, and yet endless source of happiness for each one of us; this source of courage; this being called weak, but possessing untold ability to inspire us to take the road of honor; this being, women, is you!
By David Michael Newstead.
Ernest Harsch’s latest book is a political history of Burkina Faso from the colonial era up to the present. It’s marked by dramatic events and missed opportunities that could serve as a microcosm for a story replicated across Africa. 2 171 mots de plus
Thomas Sankara speech at the United Nations General Assembly on October 4th, 1984:
« I speak on behalf of the millions of human beings who are in ghettos because they have black skin or because they come from different cultures, and who enjoy status barely above that of an animal. 1 075 mots de plus