George Padmore

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George Padmore, vero nome Malcolm Nurse (Arouca, 28 giugno 1902Londra, 23 settembre 1959), è stato un politico trinidadiano figura di spicco della decolonizzazione e del panafricanismo.

Lavori[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • The Life and Struggles of Negro Toilers (1931)
  • How Britain Rules Africa (1936)
  • Africa and World Peace (1937)
  • The White Man's Duty: An analysis of the colonial question in the light of the Atlantic Charter (with Nancy Cunard) (1942)
  • The Voice of Coloured Labour (Speeches and reports of Colonial delegates to the World Trade Union Conference, 1945) (editor) (1945)
  • How Russia Transformed her Colonial Empire: a challenge to the imperialist powers (with Dorothy Pizer) (1946)
  • "History of the Pan-African Congress (Colonial and coloured unity: a programme of action)" (editor) (1947) reprinted in The 1945 Manchester Pan-African Congress revisited by Hakim Adi and Marika Sherwood (1995)
  • Africa: Britain's Third Empire(1949)
  • The Gold Coast Revolution: the struggle of an African people from slavery to freedom (1953)
  • Pan-Africanism or Communism? The Coming Struggle for Africa (1956)

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