Racial Politics in Post-Revolutionary Cuba

Racial Politics in Post-Revolutionary Cuba

written by Mark W. Sawyer, fl. 1999 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2006, originally published 2005), 223 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
Analyzing the triumphs and failures of race relations within the Castro regime, this book challenges arguments that the regime eliminated racial inequality or that it was profoundly racist. Through interviews, historical materials, and survey research, it provides a balanced view that demonstrates how much of Cuban racial ideology was actually left unchanged by the revolution. Finally, the book maintains that despite these shortcomings, the regime remains popular among the black minorities because they perceive their alternatives in the U.S. within the Miami Exile community to be far worse.
Field of Interest
Global Issues
Author
Mark W. Sawyer, fl. 1999
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2006 Mark O. Sawyer
Content Type
General reference book
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2005
Page Count
223
Publication Year
2006
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Place Published / Released
Cambridge, England
Subject
Global Issues, Social Sciences, Individual and Groups Rights, Cuban Revolution and Fidel Castro Regime, 1953-2011, Race and culture, Race discrimination, Cuban Revolution, 1956-1959, Politics & Policy, Sociology, Direitos Individuais e de Grupo, Derechos del Individuo y de Grupos, Cuba, Cubans, African Cubans, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Direitos Individuais e de Grupo, Derechos del Individuo y de Grupos

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