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This book consists of a couple of transcripts from speeches and an intro to tie everything together and provide some context. It's short, sweet, and to the point but doesn't lack a punch.
Sankara was a charismatic individual and it shows in his words here. He saw, at least in rhetoric and to a degree in practice, post-colonial liberation as being insufficient if it does not include women struggling themselves for their own freedom. This is a very quick read and is sure to be of interest to anyone wanting to know more about the history of Sankara or Burkina Faso. I just wish it were longer.
The Liberation of African and Third World Peoples is Contingent Upon the Liberation of Third World Women! Thomas Sankara's ideas continue to be inspirational and relevant. I hope that African men start paying more attention to this one.