Black Identity in the Context of Chinese History is the second session in a three-part series titled The Black American Identity in China. This session will be a discussion that explores how China's culture and history relate to Black identity and the broader understanding of race. Building off this discussion, panelists will also provide insight into how being in China can shape a Black person's view of their own identity.
Three expert panelists will be providing this analysis. Kori Cooper, J.D. Candidate at Columbia Law School '21 and Fellow with Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership; Amani Core, Professional in Albright Stonebridge Group's China practice; and Aisha Udochi, Africa-China researcher and doctoral student and Dao Fei Consults LLC Founder. The event will be hosted by Dr. Keisha Brown, Assistant Professor of History at Tennessee State University.
This event is hosted by The National Association for Black Engagement with Asia (NABEA), Black China Caucus (BCC), and supported by Spill Stories.
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