RACIAL MIGRATIONS: New York City and the Revolutionary Politics of the Spanish Caribbean
The gripping history of Afro-Latino migrants who conspired to overthrow a colonial monarchy, end slavery, and secure full citizenship in their homelands. Reveals the complexities of race-making within migrant communities and the power of small groups of immigrants to transform their home societies. Illus.
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