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Authors/Autores
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Havana Sandra Alvarez Ramirez: journalist Olavo Alén Rodriguez, author, director of the Center for the Study and Development of Cuban Music, Atlas of the Folkloric-Popular Instruments of Cuba
  Gisela Arandia Covarrubia: researcher, author Flor Amalia Lugo: actor, playwright, Donde Esta Dios? a play on racism

Natalia Bolivar: ethnologist, Mitos y Leyendas de la comida afrocubana Miguel Barnet: author, director of the Fundacion Ortiz, Biography of a Runaway Slave

Teresa Cardenas: poet, dancer, writer María del Carmen Barcia Zequeira: Historian

Silvio Castro Rodriguez: investigador, La Masacre De Los Independientes De Color En 1912 Digna Castañeda Fuertes: professor, Between Race and Empire : African - Americans and Cubans Before the Cuban Revolution

Graciela Chailloux Laffita: professor Elvira Cervera: actress

Victor Dreke: Author, Che's second in command in the Congo, From the Escambray to the Congo: In the Whirlwind of the  Cuban Revolution Lariza Diversent: attorney for civil rights cases, blogger

Heriberto Feraudy Espino: diplomat, researcher. Heads UNEAC commission on racism. Rodrigo Espina: researcher in the Department of Ethnology at the the Center for Anthropology
  Victor Fowler: Poeta, ensayista e investigador cubano Tomas Fernandez Robaina: researcher, author, El negro en Cuba 1902-1958: Apuntes para la historia de la lucha contra la discriminacion racial 

Ivan Garcia: blogger  

Radamés Giro: former subdirector de la Escuela Nacional de Arte, Diccionario Enciclopédico de la Música Cubana Juan Garcia: ethnologist, choreographer

Georgina Herrera Cabrera: poet David González López: former Vice Director of the Centro de Estudios de África y Medio Oriente (CEAMO)

Eloy Machado  "El Ambia": poet  Pedro de la Hoz: journalist

Rogelio Martinez Fure: ethnologist, choreographer Fernando Martínez Heredia, historian

María Elena Mendiola, orchestra conductor, researcher Esteban Morales, author

Nancy Morejón: poet  
  Yasmín S. Portales Machado, author Tato Quiñones, ethnologist, musicologist

Guillermina Ramos Cruz: author on art Raúl Ramos Cárdenas, historian

Guillermo Rodríguez Rivera: autor, poeta Gloria Rolando: film maker
  Pablo Rodríguez Ruiz: Investigador, Centro de Antropología. Marta Rojas: novelist, journalist

Zuleica Romay: author, president of Book Institute  

Lourdes Serrano: Directora del Centro de Antropología del Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología y Medio Ambiente (CITMA) Eduardo Torres Cuevas: Director, Biblioteca Nacional

Roberto Zurbano: Ensayista, crítico e investigador literario, Casa de las Americas
     
Matanzas Alberto Abreu Arcia: narrador, ensayista, curador y crítico cultural Loida Barbarita Martinez: Cultura Communitaria, researcher, activist

Omara Leicea Perez: translator Israel Molinaire: ethnologist, author

Felipe Garcia Villamil: Drumming for the Gods
     
Oriente Daisy Rubiera Castillo: Santiago, Reyita: The Life of a Black Cuban Woman in the Twentieth Century Marta Cordiés Jackson, professor, director of Centro Cultural Africano Fernando Ortiz
 

Radamés Giro

Joel Mourlot Mercaderes: historian, journalist
  Fátima Patterson, actress, playwright, director Ricardo Rey Riquenes Herrera: Santiago, historian

Foreigners Nehanda Abiodun, US activist William Lee Brent, Havana: former Panther living in Cuba
in Cuba Susan Hurlich: Havana: journalist, covers afrocuban grass roots organizations Assata Shakur: Havana: author, former Black Liberation Army leader in exile
Africa Wande Abimbola: Oyo, Nigeria, Spokesman for Ifa in the World, former Chancellor of the University of Ife, former Leader of the Nigerian Senate
US Kiley Guyton Acosta: UC Davis John Amira: NY, The Music of Santeria: Traditional Rhythms of the Bata Drums
    Judith Bettelheim: Cuban Festivals: A Century of Afro-Cuban Culture, Afro-Cuba: Works on Paper
Lisa Brock: Columbia College, IL, Between Race and Empire : African-Americans and Cubans Before the Cuban Revolution Isabel Castellanos: Miami, Florida International University, Cultura Afrocubana: Las Religiones y Las Lenguas
Yvonne Daniel: Smith College, Rumba: Dance and Social Change in Contemporary Cuba Alejandro de la Fuente: University of Pittsburgh
Soffiyah Elijah: Harvard Law School,  Lessons from our neighbors to the south: the Cuban prison system - reflective observations

Sujatha Fernandes, Queens College, City University of New York,  Cuba Represent!: Cuban Arts, State Power, and the Making of New Revolutionary Cultures

  Yesenia Fernandez Selier : author, hip hop artist, dancer Ada Ferrer: New York University, Insurgent Cuba: Race, Nation, And Revolution, 1868-1898
Katherine Hagedorn: Pomona College, Divine Utterances, The Performance of Afro-Cuban Santeria Piero Gleijeses: Johns Hopkins University, Conflicting Missions, Havana, Washington, and Africa, 1959-1976
Phillip A. Howard: Akron University, Changing History: Afro-Cuban Cabildos and Societies of Color in the Nineteenth Century Alberto Jones: Florida, Director of the Caribbean American Children's Foundation, columnist
Mumia Abu Jamal: author, revolutionary, Pennsylvania Domingo B. Lage "Entuala Kongo": author
John Mason: New York, babalawo, author of a series of books on Yoruba culture in Cuba and in Nigeria Ivor Miller: scholar, author
Eugenio Matibag: Iowa State Ned Sublette: NY, Cuba and Its Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo
Robin D. Moore: Philadelphia, Temple University, Nationalizing Blackness: Afrocubanismo and Artistic Revolution in Havana, 1920-1940. Enrique Patterson: Miami
Andy Petit: writer Mark Q. Sawyer: UCLA
  Askia Touré: Boston: poet, writer, and political activist Alan West-Durán: Northeastern University, Boston
     
Canada Dr. Keith Ellis: Toronto. professor, author

Europe Kali Argyriadis: France, La Religión a la Havane Aline Helg: University of Geneva Our Rightful Share : The Afro-Cuban Struggle for Equality, 1886-1912

Pedro Perez-Sarduy: London, journalist, novelist, poet, radio broadcaster, The Maids of Havana Aconcha Sanz Averhoff: France, author, singer

Jean Stubbs: London, author, professor

Caribbean Osvaldo Cardenas, former Cuban diplomat living in Jamaica, president of the Association of Cuban Residents in Jamaica. Wrote La Tribu Heroica on Maceo.

 Iván César Martínez, The Open Wound: The Scourge of Racism in Cuba from Colonialism to Communism. The author is a former Cuban diplomat living in Jamaica.

South America Carlos Moore, Brazil

 


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