Negritude

Negritude is an ideology developed during the 1930s by Aimé Césaire, a Martinican poet, Léopold Senghor, a poet and the first president of Senegal, and Léon Damas, a French Guianese poet and politician. Negritude argued for a Pan-African racial identity among people of African descent and  vehemently opposed colonialism. The term  Negritude is derived the… Continue reading Negritude