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Teaching China Through Black History

A Reading and Teaching Guide to the history of Black and African American connections with China.

To commemorate Black History Month in the United States, the Fairbank Center presents a reading and teaching introduction to the history of Black and African Americans’ interactions with the People’s Republic of China.

THIS GUIDE includes blog postsjournal articlesbooks and book chaptersaudio-visual resourcesdigital archives, and other materials that can be used to teach the confluence of black and Chinese history in the 20th century.

By Keisha A. Brown, Assistant Professor of History at Tennessee State University, and Ruodi Duan, Ph.D. Candidate in History at Harvard University. Edited by James Gethyn Evans, Communications Officer at Harvard’s Fairbank Center.

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