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From Mao Zedong to Martin Luther King Jr., China has a long and complex history of interaction with African American movements for equal rights. Please join Ohio State University’s Melvin Barnes Jr. and Princeton University’s James Watson-Krips as they discuss Barnes’ research on the history of Chinese-African American interactions from the Civil Rights Movement to Black Lives Matter. Special thanks to: Melvin Barnes, PhD Candidate, Department of History, Ohio State University and James Watson-Krips, PhD Student, Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton University. Sponsored by: The Institute for Chinese Studies, Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective, Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching, Department of History Be sure to subscribe to our channel to receive updates about our podcasts. For more information about Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective, please visit http://origins.osu.edu. Audio production by Paul Kotheimer, College of Arts & Sciences Academic Technology Services.