negritude : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an ideological position that holds Black culture to be independent and valid on its own terms; an affirmation of the African cultural heritage
- Pope Paul went even further, telling the bishops on his arrival that they could give the Church "the precious and original contribution of negritude which she needs particularly.
- No plausible evidence exists for these claims of Egyptian negritude, though it is true that the racism of traditional historians when dealing with the cultures of Africa has been .
- The Caribbean, with its buried history of slave trade and uprisings, its lingering essense of negritude, is a good stage.
- Nicolas Sarkozy in Afrik.com
I would like to pay tribute to the memory of a great poet who became famous through the quality of his writings. We will remember an initiator with LÃ©opold Sedar Senghor of the Negritude concept,Sarkozy said while adding his voice to the...
- VS Naipaul in guardian.co.uk
No,Naipaul said, with an impatient tapping of his brogue, "negritude, negritude, negritude".
- AimÃ© CÃ©saire in Toronto Star
...Cesaire, the Martinique poet acknowledged to be among the most significant French-language voices in the Caribbean, described Haiti as the start of collective black pride and consciousness, "the place where negritude was born."