What democracy do we want? | Opinion

Stuart Hall spoke of “colonial turmoil” to allude to the constitutive process of African diasporic identities in the midst of the colonial process. The idea of ​​“whirlwind” has an interesting operability, as it places us in front of an evidently dynamic, confusing and contrasting phenomenon. In this sense, I believe it is worth bringing up the term to speak of a “democratic turmoil” in which our societies find themselves.

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