"Goes beyond the intellectual high grounds of discussing 'coloniality' and tries to engage itself with the actual intellectual products of the indigenous movements themselves."
--Revista Europea de Estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe
"Branche's collection helps cross the black/indigenous gulf with an accessible and engaging set of essays that will surely be widely used in courses on race and ethnicity in Latin America."
--The Journal of Latin American Studies Volume 42
Offer[s] an array of insights into [the] legacies [of] Uruguay, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and the French Antilles.--
--Hispanic American Historical Review