Thomas Sankara Memorial, the position of the site thomassankara.net

Press Statement The team of the site, thomassankara.net, has decided to give its opinion on the rehabilitation by the government of the Thomas Sankara Centre...

Looking for Thomas Sankara

Published the 3th January 2016 on http://libeafrica4.blogs.liberation.fr/ by Vincent Hiribarren Brian J. Peterson is an associate professor of history at Union College (New York)....

Report on the 4th annual Thomas Sankara Conference in Washington D.C. on December 19th

Brian J. Peterson (Union College, NY) This was the 4th edition of the annual conference commemorating the life and political thought of Thomas Sankara. It...

Sankara’s stance on sovereignty still resonates today. Here’s why …

'Debt is neo-colonialism, in which colonisers transformed themselves into 'technical assistance'. We should say 'technical assassins' The unfolding crisis in Greece has highlighted the extent...

Facts about Thomas Sankara in Burkina Faso

After renaming his country to Burkina Faso, here’s Thomas Sankara’s accomplishments, ONLY 4 YEARS in power (1983-87). Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (21 December 1949 –...

Resurrecting Thomas Sankara

Nearly thirty years after his assassination, African revolutionary Thomas Sankara is still inspiring the struggle for self-determination. Fadel Barro, a central leader in the Senegal...

Reviving Thomas Sankara’s spirit

by Hisham Aidi Published the 4th of Jun 2015 on http://www.aljazeera.com Thomas Sankara, who ruled Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987, was one of the most...

Thomas Sankara an african revolutionnary, a book of Ernest Harsch

Product Details Paperback Edition ISBN: 978-0-8214-2126-0 RIGHTS: world except SADC Electronic Edition ISBN: 978-0-8214-4507-5 RIGHTS: world except SADC 160 pages · 4.25 × 7 in., 12 photos Publisher:...

Assassination of Thomas Sankara: the president of the french national assembly, Claude Bartolone, opposes...

Two members of the International Network "Justice for Sankara Justice for Africa" handed over to Claude Bartolone and to all the deputies of the...

Thomas Sankara and the Black Spring in Burkina Faso

Blaise Compaoré, the president of Burkina Faso who was forced to resign by mass protests on October 31, was more than simply a dictator...
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