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Black Sojourners in the Soviet Union

Grigorii Zinoviev, Claude McKay, and Nikolai Bukharin in Moscow, 1923.

Grigorii Zinoviev, Claude McKay, and Nikolai Bukharin in Moscow, 1923.

Guest:

Joy Gleason Carew, Associate professor of Pan-African Studies at the University of Louisville. She is author of Blacks, Reds, and Russians: Sojourners in Search of the Soviet Promise and most recently of “Black in the USSR: African Diasporan Pilgrims, Expatriates and Students in Russia, From the 1920s to the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century” in African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal.

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