multiracialism


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mul·ti·ra·cial·ism

 (mŭl′tē-rā′shə-lĭz′əm, -tī-)
n.
Equality of political representation and social acceptance in a society made up of various races.
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Patriots who are opposed to multiracialism, and want the freedom to say so, are condemned from all sides, left and right, and the political establishment promotes it from the nursery to university and in all forms of the mass media.
Interculturalism, multiracialism, and transculturalism: Australian and Canadian experiences in the 1990s.
Among the topics Greene has taught and written about include racial and gender inequality in the workplace; workplace grooming codes; comparative slavery and race relations law; historic and contemporary racial determination cases; multiracialism and the law; critical race theory; and race and gender in legal academia.
Neil Gotanda offers a useful definition of tolerance and diversity, where tolerance is acceptance of multiculturalism and multiracialism as necessary evils in a given society.
See Hortense Spillers, White, Black & In Color: Essays on American Literature and Culture (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003); David Marriott, "'I'm Gonna Borrer me a Kodak': Photography & Lynching," in On Black Men (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000); lared Sexton, Amalgamation Schemes: Antiblackness and Critique of Multiracialism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008); Saidiya Hartman, Scenes of Subjection: Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth-Century (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997); and Frank B.
These are the ideologues who despise the Springbok emblem as a symbol of multiracialism and would like it removed from the national rugby jersey, oblivious to the fact that national teams representing the Coloureds and Black Africans too have laid claim to the emblem during the apartheid years.
Jeffries (American studies, Wellesley College) looks at these questions and more, including a key chapter on multiracialism that is based on interviews with 49 mixed race individuals.
The constitution was 'repatriated' and the glories of multiracialism were discovered.
I thought the multiculturalism, multiracialism was great, all that kind of stuff," he added of Obama.
This was expressed in the form of meritocracy and multiracialism, buttressed by an education a quality universal and free education which emphasised access to all its citizens including groups that were historically disadvantaged.
That primary commitment to multiracialism within the context of the emerging Commonwealth - rather than, say, a revanchist attempt by whites to keep a firm racial hand in control of things - has been clearly in her mind and heart throughout her reign.
She's in denial, she rejects multiracialism, she's hostile .
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