In 1963, a Panamanian assemblywoman took to Cuban radio to condemn the United States and its control of the Americas.
Kaysha Corinealdi is an assistant professor of history at Emerson College. Her research and teaching interests include 20th-century histories of empire, migration, feminism, and Afro-diasporic activism in the Americas. Her most recent work can be found in Black Perspectives. Her book, Panama in Black, is scheduled for publication in September 2022.