Note: page numbers in italics refer to il-
lustrations; those followed by “n” indicate
endnotes.
abolitionist movements, 174
Adams, Clarence, 92; expatriate commu-
nity and, 116; on Hanoi Hannah broadcast,
265n109; on Korean War and prison camp,
90 93; marriage to Chinese woman, 101; as
nonrepatriate, 84 85, 98 99
African aid from China, 202 7
African Americans. See specific persons and topics,
such as Jim Crow racism
African American studies, 15
African exchange students in China, 100 101
Africans, Chinese conceptions of, 90
Afro- American (newspaper), 232n23
Afro- Asian and Afro- Chinese solidarity:
Bandung Conference and China’s policies
of, 29 30; billboard on, 210, 210 11; Chi-
nese support for anticolonial struggles and
black- majority rule, 204 8; Du Bois’s rec-
ommendation for, 47 49, 235n34; Du Bois’s
Worlds of Color and, 68; Mao on anticolonial-
ism and, 112; Organization for Solidarity
for the People of Africa and Asia, 263n88;
Zhou Enlai’s trip and, 112
Albania, 208, 275n57
Alexander, Holmes, 253n117
Alexander, Michelle, 218
Alexander, M. Jacqui, 233n10
Algeria, 29
Alley, Rewi, 116, 270n88
Anderson, Benedict, 257n16
Angola, 205 8
anticolonial movements: Chinese support
for, 204 8; Mao on, 112; three worlds the-
ory and, 113. See also Afro- Asian and Afro-
Chinese solidarity
antiwar movement, U.S. (Vietnam War),
147 48
Aragonés, Emilio, 264n93
art, Chinese. See propaganda art and posters,
Chinese
atomic bomb as symbol, 138 39
Avakian, Bob, 192
baihua yundong (Hundred Flowers Campaign),
50 51
Baldwin, James, 233n23, 254n119, 258n24
Baldwin, Kate, 63
“Ballad of William Worthy” (Ochs), 107
Baltimore Afro- American, 73 74, 80
Bandung Asian- African Conference, 29, 97
Barnes, Richard, 245n36
Bass, Charlotta, 73
Batista, Fulgencio, 124, 258n32
Bay, Robert Leonard, 192
Bei Guangli, 55, 57, 58, 237n58
Benjamin, Walter, 8 9
Bergman, Leibel, 188 90, 192
Bergman, Lincoln, 188, 270n91
Bethune, Norman, 170
Biggerstaff, Knight, 253n117
black businessmen courted by China, 209
black church, 88 89
Black Freedom Movement. See specific persons
and topics
black leftist radicalism: contradictions in,
10 11; the long movement, 5, 256n12; U.S.
suppression of, 32 33. See also specific persons
and topics
black media: Baltimore Afro- American, 73 74, 80;
Black Student Voice, 157; Crusader Weekly News-
letter, 123 24, 127 28, 129, 130 31, 137 38,
139; Radio Free Dixie, 128 30, 142, 259n41; on
Vietnamese and black struggle, 157; Wil-
liams and failure of, 122 23
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