Christina Heatherton on Arise!

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(10/25/2022) The Russian Revolution of 1917 has long been considered as the radical event that changed 20th century world history and Russian-style Communism as its core. Yet the first social revolution was not in Russia but in Mexico, and it started seven years earlier in 1910. In the book ARISE!: Global Radicalism in the Era of the Mexican Revolution (October 2022), author Christina Heatherton offers the first book to stake the claim of the Mexican Revolution for the global stage. Tracing the paths of figures like Black American artist Elizabeth Catlett, Indian anti-colonial activist M.N. Roy, Mexican revolutionary leader Ricardo Flores Magón, Okinawan migrant organizer Paul Shinsei Kōchi, and Soviet feminist Alexandra Kollontai, Arise! reveals how activists around the world found inspiration and solidarity in revolutionary Mexico. Join us when Christina Heatherton, an American Studies scholar and historian of anti-racist social movements shares her unique vantage point, as she charts the remarkable impact of the Mexican Revolution on this installment on Leonard Lopate at Large.

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