colourism


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colourism

(ˈkʌlərɪzəm) or

colorism

n
discrimination in which people are judged on the basis of their skin colour
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Issues of racism and colourism also arise from this problem.
Above all, they need to take on the issue of colourism.
Although black women reportedly spend up to nine times more on hair and beauty products than white women, for years they haven't been catered for by an industry steeped in racism and colourism.
Additional thanks to the attendees of the 2013 Northeastern People of Color Conference (Suffolk University Law School) and the 2014 Race in the Americas Group Seminar on Skin Tone, Colourism, and Passing (University of Leeds) for their encouragement and critical feedback when I first presented this paper.
We know what your colourism can do; we know that it comes with a certain level of privilege.
Colourism and African-American wealth: Evidence from the nineteenth-century south.
12] Intraracial skin colour discrimination takes place when an affiliate of a particular racial group makes a distinction on the basis of skin colour between persons of the same racial group, [1] while interracial colourism takes place when an affiliate of a particular racial group makes a distinction on the basis of skin colour between persons of another racial group.
The Prague venue of this exhibition juxtaposed two versions of the Carrying of the Cross, both from around 1587, one a demonstration of gestural freedom and Venetian colourism, the other--on copper, finishing work begun by Christoph Schwarz an early essay in controlled 'fine painting' (Dutchfijnschilderie).
In the process David had made the Revolutionary school that he embodied a conduit between the classical tradition represented by Lesueur and the colourism and naturalism of the new Romantic school.
The colourism of Asian and African countries is obviously an odious relic of colonial times.