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An exhibit of political cartoons depicting how the U.S. public viewed African Americans and Filipinos during the Philippine American War (1899-1902) is on view on the Third Floor of the Main Library. These political cartoons from widely circulating magazines of the time period, illustrate how perceptions of African Americans were adapted and applied to Filipinos in order to justify United States annexation of the Philippines and the suppression of the Filipino revolution for independence. Co-sponsored by the African American Center and the Filipino American Center, the exhibit is curated by Abe Ignacio, co-author of The Forbidden Book: The Philippine-American War in Political Cartoons.
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