The Chinese government and its corporations and trade industries, along with elites of many African nations (not all), have had relations for decades and centuries.
Jet Magazine and Ebony Magazine, the premiere popular magazines for African-Americans from the war era and continuing, published many articles that reflected the issues of the times.
San Francisco Bay Area poet Sabrena Taylor, is of African-American, Japanese cultural background, with Native American roots as well. Her poems traverse historical, political, mythological memory, addressing longing, social justice and healing:
I want to make a small, agitating comment on the conditions that underlie the photo above. This is from a March 23, 2011 event in Okinawa.