African American Women Activists of the Cold War with Dayo Gore
Episode 12 – Dayo Gore
Kian and Pieter are joined by Professor Dayo Gore of Georgetown University to discuss her work on African American women activists of the Cold War. Often overshadowed by their male colleagues and counterparts, these women have remarkable stories of their own and impacted the course of the African American leftist movements in ways not fully appreciated until only recently.
History and Public Policy Program
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Cold War International History Project
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