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Through a suite of theoretically enticing and empirically grounded texts, this e-book examines African-descended populations in Latin the US and Afro-Latin@s within the usa so that it will discover questions of black id and illustration, transnationalism, and diaspora within the Americas.

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However, rather than assume the unidirectionality of these flows, we demonstrate that the movement of ideas of blackness is multivalent, continuous, and ever-changing. Acknowledging the shifting dynamics of afrolatinidad from a hemispheric perspective opens up the space to ask new empirical questions. For instance, how do ideas about blackness move across the Americas, not only from the US to Latin America but also from Latin America to the United States? How do people’s ideas about blackness shift (or not) when they encounter new forms of politics or cultural representations from elsewhere?

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