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 Isaac Saney
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Discussion of issues of race and identity in the Cuban Revolution in the context of colonial history and US intervention. Relevance to contemporary struggles for liberation and human rights.
Recording and accompanying article and photo by Scott Barber
Issac Saney delivers the 2nd lecture in the James Robinson Johnson Lecture Series at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on February 15, 2012.

Presented by Afua Cooper, James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies

Audio produced by Scott Barber.

 Race and Revolution: Lessons from Cuba (mp3) Download Program Podcast
01:16:34 English 2012-02-15
 Rm. 305, Dal. Student Union Building, Halifax, NS, Canada
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