Fitzroy Baptiste and Rupert Lewis, "Caribbean Reasonings: George Padmore, Pan-African Revolutionary"
English | 2008 | ISBN: 9766373507 | PDF | pages: 119 | 32.1 mb
George Padmore is activist, writer, thinker, born leader and champion of the Pan-Africanism movement. In Caribbean Reasonings – George Padmore: A Pan-African Revolutionary, editors Fitzroy Baptiste and Rupert Lewis s selection of papers unveil a fitting portrait of the life and times of this legendary Trinidadian. The essays in this collection, explore Padmore s development from student activist to political figure under the auspices of C.L.R. James, and his role as journalist and organizer, creating the International African Services Bureau and subsequently organizing the historic 1945 Manchester Pan-African Congress in England.