The racial divide in the United States

     The killing of nine persons at an African Methodist Episcopal Church, a symbol of black spirituality and struggle for social justice, must provoke for African-Americans collective memories of violence, hatred, rejection and exclusion.  From my vantage point in Cuba, I can see that the Cuban people, who also have African blood running in their veins, are shocked by the massacre, and they desire to send their condolences and their solidarity to African-Americans in the United States.

CFP: American Society for Environmental History (Seattle, March 30 - April 3 2016)

Cross-post from H-Environment

I am looking for additional papers/I hope to join a panel (ASEH 2016) focusing on national parks/wilderness/imperialism within a global sense. My own work is tied to Africa. Please email me directly at Martin.Kalb[at]nau.edu for questions/suggestions.

Thank you.


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