Saturday, November 23 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Clark 9 (Floor 7)

Session 196
Coping with Racial and Ethnic Inequalities

Chair: Clayton Childress, University of Toronto
Discussant: Clayton Childress, University of Toronto

1. Otherwise We'd Cry: The Mexican American, Chinese American, and Indigenous Roots of Racial ComedyMarisela Martinez-Cola, Morehouse College; Xiomara Castro, Utah State University.

2. The History and Historical Insights of “Racial Counsel”Francisco Vieyra, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

3. From Bondage to Citizenship: African American and Indian Lower Caste Mobilization in Two Deeply Unequal RegionsNarendra Subramanian, McGill University.

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