Aimé Césaire, Martinique Poet and Politician, Dies at 94
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Aimé Césaire In Paris in the 1930s he helped found the journal Black Student, which gave birth to the idea of “negritude,” a call to blacks to cultivate pride in their heritage. His 1950 book “Discourse on Colonialism” was considered a classic of French political literature.
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