Henry Louis Gates and Black in Latin America: A Review

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4 Responses

  1. Anon says:

    I keep looking on my world map for the “Latin America continent,” and I am just not finding it. Where does it lie in relationship to North America or South America?

  2. Cheryl Lemur says:

    Maybe you should try looking next to the continent full of telemarketers: http://lawblog.legalmatch.com/2011/05/06/finally-putting-an-end-to-telemarketers/

  3. Chris says:

    Huh? You go right after Gates’ subject matter by claiming that The Carribean and Mexico are not part of the Latin American continent. Well, not only is there no such thing as a Latin American continent, but the Carribean and Mexico are both considered part of “Latin America”.

  4. Espinoza says:

    It is obvious that Banks is not an intellectual. Brazil of course is Latin America. Portuguese is a language that proceeds from Latin. Latin America implies a history of domination by Europeans. Spaniards brought the African slaves for they were exterminating the natives through oppression and diseases. There is an issue of difference of opinion in some areas in the Caribbean and Central America because they were semi-colonized and used by the British, but, geographically and culturally they Afro-Latinos.