Film biography of Frantz Fanon, a pioneer in studies of the psychological impact of racism. Screening co-sponsored by the African Activist Association. Please note that the venue has changed to room 1102, Perloff Hall.
This film focuses on the life of Frantz Fanon. Running time is 50 minutes; there will be a brief introduction prior to viewing, then a brief discussion at the conclusion of the film.
The film explores the life and work of the renowned anti-colonial theorist Frantz Fanon. Fanon's famed work, Black Skin, White Mask, along with The Wretched of the Earth, were groundbreaking studies about the psychological impact of racism on both the colonized and colonizer. The film reveals the extraordinary life of this great intellectual, as he himself went through a psychological renaissance, breaking free from the binds of his own colonial experience, to become a freedom fighter and scholar. This biography is a tribute to the life, times, and struggles of a great activist!
Date: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Cost: free and open to the public
The event is free. For off campus visitors, parking at UCLA is available for $7 in Lot 3.
James S. Coleman African Studies Center
Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, African Activist Association