Invierno Negro: Black Latin American History & Contemporary Topics

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Invierno Negro: Black Latin American History & Contemporary Topics

Winter Edition! Black Latin American Virtual Experience: A four-part course centering Black history & life taught by Black Latin Americans

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  • 9 days 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

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ALL classes are 7pm-9pm EST

Recorded Classes will be available for participants.

The price is $45 per person per class. The price for the four-class package is $170.

The zoom link for the first class scheduled for January 30th will be sent via Eventbrite. Zoom link for the proceeding classes will be sent a few hours before each class. Zoom link will be sent to all e-mails listed in ticket purchases. Make sure to spell your e-mail correctly. We are not responsible for correspondence that is missed because of misspelled emails. Please check your spam folders or use the search function if you do not see correspondence with the zoom link.

Invierno Negro Winter Course:

Monday, January 30th: 'Mestizaje' Myths

Break-down of the casta system, the legality of whiteness and the deprioritization of difference in service to the ruling white elites in the region, white hegemony, domination and power.

Wednesday, February 1st: Wtf Is 'Latin'?

The historic and contemporary manufacturing of "Latin" and "Latinidad" hegemony in response to Anglo domination.

Monday, February 6th: Mexico & Texas Entanglements

Mexico's racial goals in collaboration with that of the U.S.

Wednesday, February 8th: 1800s to Contemporary

Blanqueamiento & Eugenics & Nazis oh my! Afrodescendants that liberated the region while freedom was denied to them.

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