Pichon: Race and Revolution in Castro’s Cuba: A Memoir

Pichon: Race and Revolution in Castro's Cuba: A Memoir
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Revolutionary black nationalist Carlos Moore pause of three decades of silence to deny the legacy of Fidel Castro on this controversial topic, the memories behind the scenes that explores the revolution in terms of Pichon, the racist term for a black Cuban Haiti and West Indian origin. After a lot more than thirty years in exile, are continuously under threat of reprisals by the Cuban regime, Moore step forward to reveal the truth: Fidel’s revolution was a success for white Marxists. But for black Cuban revolution was essentially organization as usual, a cover-up their fight for the right racial, social and political polling. Fidel Castro and his men rose in the ranks of the patriarchy, the elite Spanish-Cuban white, and the revolution did not weaken these links. Pichon: Race and Revolution in Castro’s Cuba: A Memoir

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