In this week's episode, Louisa and the Fantastic Fo speak to Dr Keisha A Brown, Assistant Professor of History at Tennessee State. Keisha gives us a unique insight into the life of one of the first Black expats to China and a general idea of what being black in China meant on 1955.
A strong penultimate episode to the season, in this episode Keisha fields our sprawling (and sometimes basic) questions about what early events formed the perceptions of blackness in China, and also how African Americans looked East for civil rights support.
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