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Amandla Thomas-Johnson

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LACS Graduate Fellow ‘23-‘24

Amandla Thomas-Johnson is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Literatures in English, focusing on the literary activism and global solidarity that coalesced around the Grenadian revolution in the Caribbean. As a journalist he has reported from a dozen countries across Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Africa, and is the author of Becoming Kwame Ture (Chimurenga 2020), about Stokely Carmichael's time in Africa. His work has appeared in the Guardian, Aljazeera, and the Daily Telegraph among others.

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