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“ ‘There’s No Jim Crow on Soviet Trains:’ Black Sojourners in Search of the Soviet Promise. ” - Shared screen with speaker view
Ji Chang
01:17:55
Thank you.
Stephen Brockmann
01:18:08
I have a question. Did American blacks ever get caught up in the Soviet purges of the 1930s?
Olivia Raymond (UofL)
01:18:19
Thank you!!
Wendy Goldman
01:19:19
Can you talk a little about Robeson’s relationship to Yitzak Feffer and other members of the Jewish Anti Fascist Committee after the war?
Christian Hallstein
01:20:07
Did the Soviet openness toward American Blacks extend to other ethnicities as well?
Andrew Meade McGee
01:20:15
Thank you for a compelling talk. Were American Black expatriates in the Soviet Union ever invited by the government to interact with leaders of non-aligned African nations during the Fifties and Sixties? If so, how was this framed?
Stephen Brockmann
01:22:36
The whole idea of the Comintern was international and interracial, wasn’t it? So one would have expected a certain outreach.
Kenya C. Dworkin
01:24:10
Are you aware of the research on black Cubans who went to the USSR to study, got married and/or had children with Russian women, and then went back to Cuba. Their children, called polovinas in post Soviet Russia, talk a great deal about the anti-black racism.
Andrew Meade McGee
01:24:11
Thank you.
Brenda’s iPad
01:25:42
thank you, after having read your book, you brought it alive for me. This should be incorporated in American history as all things that we are learning about Black History.
Brenda’s iPad
01:38:56
Joy hello and thank you. my comment about you bring your book alive for me. Brenda Tuckson
Tyler Fleming
01:41:55
Thank you!!!
Jimmy Butts
01:42:07
Thank you Dr. Carew! Miss you!
Kenya C. Dworkin
01:42:12
Thank you so much!
Anne Lambright
01:42:15
Thank you!