This article investigates Frantz Fanon's theory of race and racism. Three constitutive elements of Frantz Fanon's racial theory are explored--race as historically situated, race as culturally maintained, and racial constructions as embedded in human ontology. It is argued that Fanon's work provides a starting point for bringing conversations of race and racism into globalization theories in ways that create space and possibility for human emancipation under twenty-first century globalization.



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