Co-organized by YCW’s New York and Washington, DC chapters, “Black Internationalism: China” featured founder and director of Columbia University Law School’s Black Voices on Greater China Kori Cooper in conversation with Professor Keisha Brown, assistant professor of history at Tennessee State University. Professor Brown discussed a broad range of topics within the scope of her research, which focuses on the reception of the Black foreign other during Maoist China. Moderator: Kori Cooper, founder and director of Columbia Law School’s Black Voices on Greater China. About Young China Watchers Young China Watchers is a dynamic network of China-focused young professionals. Through regular roundtables and talks with senior figures in academic, policy and business communities, YCW seeks to foster the next generation of China thought-leaders. About Keisha A. Brown Keisha A. Brown is an Asian studies scholar with a regional focus on East Asia specializing in modern Chinese history and Afro-Asian diasporic identities. In 2015, she joined Tennessee State University as an Assistant Professor of History in the Department of History, Political Science, Geography, and Africana Studies in the College of Liberal Arts.
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