Jun 17, 2020
Interview with Jean Muteba Rahier, professor of Anthropology and African & African Diaspora Studies at Florida International University. Professor Rahier talks about the history of racism in Latin America and educates us on the recent social movement to give visibility and equal rights to Afro-descendants in the region. Professor Rahier is also the director of OJALA, the Observatory of Justice for Afro-descendants in Latin America. OJALA’s mission is to protect Afro-descendants in Latin American from discrimination and racial inequality by empowering the legal systems in the region with workshops, research studies and a virtual database of legal cases and knowledge.