Mixed Race Saviors?: Learning from Latin American Racial Politics
There is a myth that as the U.S. becomes more mixed race, racial harmony will follow. But as we have seen in Latin America and the Caribbean the presence of mixed race majorities does not preclude racism. This talk will address how the U.S. can learn from the existing racial inequalities of Latin American and Caribbean societies in order to chart a better path forward.
This event is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the departments of English; American studies; Latin American, Latino & Caribbean studies; and political science; and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Inclusivity. It was initiated by the Clarke Forum’s student project managers.
Latin America, political science, race, racial inequality
Latin American Studies | Latina/o Studies | Political Science | Race and Ethnicity
Anria, Santiago, Tanya Hernández, Stacey Moultry, and Eric Vázquez. "Mixed Race Saviors?: Learning from Latin American Racial Politics." Ensemble video, 01:22:23. March 27, 2019.