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never met each other can walk similar paths’. This is the phenomenon that Louisiana (Lowly-Anna – African Jamaican and African American) invokes. Is this evidence of a collective unconsciousness? ponders Brodber ( 2012 : 125). In consideration, she invokes Jung (Brodber 2012 : 125). And so does Fanon. Yet for Fanon, Jung's work is shot through with racist colonial stereotypes, especially that of the

in Recognition and Global Politics