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Afro-Asian solidarity in 20th-century Black America, Japan, and Okinawa
1 online resource (xi, 243 pages) : illustrations
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-232) and index.
Print version record.
Introduction : Du Bois's challenge -- Discourses. New Negro radicalism and pro-Japan provocation ; W.E.B. Du Bois's Afro-Asian philosophy of world history -- Collectives. The making of "colored-internationalism" in postwar Japan ; The presence of (black) liberation in occupied Okinawa -- Conclusion : we who become together.
In this book, the author uncovers a hidden history of Afro-Asian radicalism and internationalism. The book presents arguments about the ways in which the affiliation of kindred spirits across the Pacific enabled anti-racist intellectuals and activists from Japan and the U.S. to forge a new philosophy of world history and formulate practical programs for liberation.
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