publication . Article . 2018

Black, Red, and Yellow: Cross-Racial Coalitions and Conflicts in the Early African American Scientific Imagination

Christine Yao;
  • Published: 14 Jul 2018
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
On the question of biological human race, philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah sums up the current, dominant antiracist attitude simply: “I think there aren’t." Rigorous genealogies of the histories of race science, along with careful intellectual work tracing the development of racial formations, decouple biology from the social and cultural phenomena of what are now recognized as racialized identities. While shared histories of oppression and resistance may invite the unearthing of cross-racial ties that include the literally familial, the viability of contemporary coalition building, as outlined by Kwame Ture and Charles V. Hamilton in Black Power, requires clear...
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publication . Article . 2018

Black, Red, and Yellow: Cross-Racial Coalitions and Conflicts in the Early African American Scientific Imagination

Christine Yao;