Agostinho Neto’s cultural thought in a book

Agostinho Neto's cultural thought in a book
Agostinho Neto's cultural thought in a book

Africa-Press – Angola. “The Cultural Thought of Dr. Agostinho Neto” is the title of the most recent work, in memory of the first President of Angola, launched on Friday at the António Agostinho Neto Memorial, in Luanda.

According to the head of the Memorial, António Fonseca, this work includes several speeches by various entities in the country, articles and interventions by Angolan citizens who spoke at the colloquium on Dr. Agostinho Neto, who was sublime in other social areas, namely politics, medicine and international relations.

When presenting the work, the professor at Universidade Agostinho Neto Benjamin Fortunato explained that the work is divided into five parts, the first being the presentation note assisted by António Fonseca, the second the “Introduction”, which refers to the colloquium, the The third is on the “Opening Speech”, by the former Minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira, current President of the National Assembly, in the act of honoring the 40th anniversary of his death and the fifth and last part includes ten annexes, with extracts from texts by the Poet The greatest and most famous man of culture, the first President of Angola.

The university professor said that the book, which from now on will add to the insufficient Angolan collection, is an edition of the Dr. António Agostinho Neto, printed by Angola editions, in Luanda, and contains 209 pages, whose legal deposit is number 11093/2022 and in this 1st phase, a thousand copies were printed.

The book “Dr. Agostinho Neto’s Cultural Thought”, which is available to decision-makers, scholars and the general public, will be useful for understanding the vision and legacy in terms of cultural policy of the one who was a leader in the struggle for national and founder of the Angolan State and Nation, first President of Angola, statesman and man of culture.

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