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Understanding Afro-Sino Solidarity through Chinese Communist Posters

Zhangyang (Charlie) Xie (C'24)


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September 16, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Virtual (link will be sent to registrants)
Open to the Public

Hosted by: Kislak Center

poster by Youcheng Cao, “Resolutely support the just struggle of the American blacks!," 1963

Zhangyang (Charlie) Xie (C'24), a Summer Humanities intern in the Kislak Center and University Archives during the summer of 2022, will present his research relating to two new Kislak Center acquisitions: Chinese Communist posters from the 1960s supporting the Civil Rights struggle in the United States. These posters help to reveal a broader story of Afro-Sino and African American-Sino relations in the 1960's and 1970s.

Event Series

Elzevier Collection duodecimos.

From the Kislak Stacks

Join us for these monthly lunchtime presentations (noon – 1 pm) by Kislak curators, faculty, and students focusing on specific works or small archives/collections found among the holdings of the Kislak Center.

Featured image: Youcheng Cao, “Resolutely support the just struggle of the American blacks!” [poster], 1963