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Ho Chi Minh, “Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, September 2, 1945,” inVoices of Decolonization, ed. Shepard, 49-52.

  • How does Ho Chi Minh both challenge and sustain ideas of race and racial categorization?

UNESCO, “Statement on Race, July 1950,” in Voices of Decolonization, ed. Shepard, 55-59.

  • What challenges did the authors of the UNESCO Statement on Race (1950) pose to prevailing theories and practices of race and racism?

First Afro-Asian Conference, “Final Communique, April 24, 1955,” in Voices of Decolonization, ed. Shepard, 62-66.

  • What kinds of language and appeals did the attendees at the First Afro-Asian Conference at Bandung, Indonesia employ to challenge racism?

Richard Wright, “The Color Curtain: A Report from the Bandung Conference, 1956,” in Voices of Decolonization, ed. Shepard, 67-70.

  • Describe the entanglement of race and religion that Richard Wright reported from the Bandung Conference in 1956.
  • What did Wright say would likely happen if Western (colonial powers) do not heed calls to decolonize?

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Please read these articles, and briefly answer the questions
Please read these articles, and briefly answer the questions

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School: University of Virginia



Racism and Decolonization
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How does Ho Chi Minh both challenge and sustain ideas of race and racial categorization?
Ho Chi Minh is involved in both the sustaining and challenging the issues of racism. This
declaration was made in 1941 in a conference. The conference was attended by different countries
from all over the world. Their composition was almost 54% of the world composition at that time.
All the countries in attendance had only attained independence at that time. It advocated for
equality where it stated that everyone was important regardless of which race he came from. The
French had for a very long time oppressed the citizens of Vietnam due to their race. They had built
more prisons than they had to school and thus the sentiment that, “To weaken our race they have
they have forced to use opium and alcohol” (Ho Chi Minh, 50). The Japanese came to their rescue
and forced the French out of their land. The Vietnam race was secure, and the only option the
French had was to flee or to surrender. In the declaration, the Vietnamese were very ready to
protect their land from the French at all cost. “The whole Vietnamese people, animated by a
common purpose, are determined to fight to the bitter end against any attempt by the French to...

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