anticolonialist


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anticolonialist

(ˌæntɪkəˈləʊnɪəlɪst)
n
a person who is opposed to colonialism
adj
opposed to colonialism
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98: "As a convinced anti-racist and anticolonialist, Whitlam believed that the Conservative policy on immigration was harmful to the country, partly because it was filled with intolerance; 'it should not be discrimination based on race, color or nationality,' he declared in 1971.
Cossa and Schlinkert curated the exhibition that underlies the volume, shown at Lazzaretto Sant'Elia in 2002, one of a series exploring modern anticolonialist art in Africa.
Hassan also notes the ambivalent role Cairo, Egypt played between England and Africa in the early 20th century in that it both covertly aided various Arab anticolonialist movements while serving as an Imperial outpost for England (95).
The great achievement of Sayad's socio-ethnography 'from within' this experience--a scientific pursuit that was also, for the scholar himself, a deeply engaged and self-conscious exercise in self-understanding and self-construction--was to reveal, below the strident political rhetorics of anticolonialist independence and (neocolonialist?
The show, divided into six roughly chronological sections, begins in 1905, at the start of the anticolonialist Swadeshi ("of the land") movement.
Wallace went on to become an early socialist and anticolonialist, campaigning for the common ownership of productive land.
If tragedy is the resolution of a dissolution, it is right to consider the tragedies of anticolonialist poets, or more simply of poets from countries of the South, as attempts to resolve this inconceivable dissolution represented by the act of colonization and its consequences.
With a growing No AFRICOM movement in the United States that's that is allied with anticolonialist forces in Africa, this is one U.
Marti affirmed his anticolonialist, antiracist beliefs and his pan-American views in his seminal essay "Nuestra America," first published in La Revista Ilustrada de Nueva York on January 10, 1891.
It does, however, reveal how great swirling world events like the Holocaust and emerging African anticolonialist movements increased rifts between Jewish and African American communities that had hitherto regarded themselves as sharing similar social and political goals.
31) But although there is an anticolonialist approach to the human side of Butler's contact narratives, the author's aliens, whether 'Bloodchild"s Tlic or Xenogenesis's Oankali, are not necessarily figures for white slave owners and overseers.
The Vietnam problem was not one of repelling overt invasion but of mixing ourselves up in a revolutionary situation with strong anticolonialist overtones.