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Democracy Dreams: José Martí and Cuba in the Nineteenth Century​
Join us for a conversation with Ada Ferrer, Julius Silver Professor of Latin American and Caribbean History at NYU, on the occasion of the publication of her Cuba: An American History. Ferrer will discuss how José Marti and other Cuban revolutionary thinkers envisioned democracy as they struggled against colonialism and for independence, and grappled with race, empire and the legacies of slavery on the island and in the Americas.

The conversation will be moderated by Jalane Schmidt, Director of the Memory Project and Associate Professor of Religious Studies., author of Cachita’s Streets: The Virgin of Charity, Race, and Revolution in Cuba

Oct 18, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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