In the 1960s, Fidel Castro’s revolutionary Communist government claimed to have eradicated racism in Cuba. An anthropologist explores how racial …
Elizabeth Obregón is a Ph.D. candidate in the anthropology department at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Her dissertation research explores race-making through the lens of family genealogies and considers how genetic ancestry tests are (re)shaping narratives of race and ancestry.
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