Racial Politics in Post-Revolutionary Cuba
Mark Q. Sawyer
Winner of both the Ralph Bunche Award, and W.E.B. Du Bois Outstanding Book Award, “Racial Politics in Post-Revolutionary Cuba” uses analysis of the successes and failures of race relations within Castro’s Cuba to offer a balanced view of how much of Cuban racial ideology was actually left unchanged by the revolution. The author challenges arguments that the regime eliminated racial inequality altogether as well as those claiming that Cuba remains profoundly racist.
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