Black Latin America on Fire

  • Kwame Dixon Syracuse University


A review on Herman L. Benett' Africans in Colonial Mexico: Absolutism, Christianity, and Afro-Creole Consciousness. 

Author Biography

Kwame Dixon, Syracuse University
Kwame Dixon is a visiting Assistant Professor of African American Studies at Syracuse University. He is currently on leave from Syracuse University Madrid DIPA program. He has lived and worked for three years in Madrid, Spain and he teaches courses focused on Race, Democracy and Human Rights in Afro-Latin America. His primary research is focused on understanding how race, racial discrimination and gender intersect to create particular forms of discrimination and marginalization that lead to human rights violations. He has recently finished writing a book entitled Human Rights for Research and Documentation.
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