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Figures 2.1. Nicomedes Santa Cruz and his wife, Mercedes Castillo 47 2.2. Nicomedes Santa Cruz’s theory of the African origins of the Peruvian marinera 48 2.3. Victoria Santa Cruz 52 2.4. Poster for the 2000 Black Summer Festival 58 2.5. Hatajos de negritos 59 3.1. Racial cartoon from El Universal 88 3.2. Racial cartoon from El Nacional 89 4.1. Poster for the Afro-Caribbean Festival, 2001 106 4.2. Poster for the Afro-Caribbean Festival, 1998 106 4.3. Poster for the Afro-Caribbean Festival, 2002 107 5.1. Víctor Patricio de Landaluze, En la ausencia (When Nobody Is Around), ca. 1880 119 5.2. Víctor Patricio de Landaluze, José Francisco, ca. 1880 120 5.3. Víctor Patricio de Landaluze, Día de Rey en La Habana (Day of the Magi, Havana), n.d. 124 5.4. Frédéric Mialhe, El Día de Reyes (Day of Kings), 1853 126 5.5. Víctor Patricio de Landaluze, Diablito (Little Devil), n.d. 127 9.1. Map of Ecuador’s traditional Afro-Ecuadorian communities, Esmeraldas and Chota Valley 199 9.2. Afro-Ecuadorian delegation meeting with Alberto Acosta 210 9.3. Outside the president’s office at the Constituent Assembly in Montecristi 211 This page intentionally left blank ...


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