Journalism

Fanon’s ‘Black Skin, White Masks’ inspires paper on colouredness

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Photo: Mandela Rhodes Foundation

Politics Masters student, Danielle Bowler, wrote a paper exploring contested constructions of colouredness, after being incensed by a column written by Nomakula “Kuli” Roberts in a Sunday paper. She describes how this is similar to what Frantz Fanon referred to when he said he wrote Black Skin, White Masks after “the fire had cooled”.

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