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One of the unique challenges of reading Les damnés de la terre (The Wretched of the Earth) today is that while it is an irredeemably revolutionary text, we live in a counter-revolutionary moment or in a global context that has tried very hard to discredit even the possibility of revolution. Fanon's text does not only narrate the effective undertaking of an anti-colonial struggle-of what is required for people to identify the actual causes of their alienation and unfreedom and together to willfatcat:6de3uii2trfnnlkoaipdqofhz4