"Race and Politics in 21st Century Latin America"
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Marcus Johnson, Professor of Political Science, CUNY Baruch College.
Natalia Salgado Bueno, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Emory University.
David de Micheli, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies, University of Utah.
Danilo Contreras, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wellesley College.
Frances Hagopian, Faculty Associate. Jorge Paulo Lemann Senior Lecturer on Government, Department of Government, Harvard University.
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Despite a legacy of slavery and racial diversity, race was not a salient cleavage of politics in Latin America before the twenty-first century. How parties managed to keep race off the agenda of politics, why demands for racial inclusion and justice have suddenly become so salient, and how race has impacted politics are key questions for the study of Latin American politics today that expert panelists will address.