interracialism

interracialism

the principles, beliefs, and attitudes influencing actions aimed at improving relations among differing races. — interracial, adj.
See also: Race
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In his book, Black, White, and Catholic: New Orleans Interracialism, 1947-1956, Jesuit Fr.
But Dollinger's careful archival research reveals a previously obscured story of American Jews who, rather than lamenting Black Power's emergence, recognized both its validity--given African Americans' conditions--and its inevitability--given what they saw as the limits of liberal interracialism. Even more, Black Power provided an important catalyst and generative force for Jews' own ethnic resurgence, helping inspire American Jews to embrace identity politics for their own communal benefit.
Remaking the Rural South: Interracialism, Christian Socialism, and Cooperative Farming in Jim Crow Mississippi.
Historian Joy Williamson (2007) notes that "this artificial split in the movement feeds the conventional narrative's message that moral suasion, normative and institutionalized routes to social reform, interracialism, and nonviolence are the only valid means of bringing grievances" (p.
interracialism: Black-White Intermarriage in American History,
More important, what are we to make of Moulton's contention that "advancing interracialism" (a useful term) resembles or parallels the recent trend of Americans once opposed to same-sex marriage moving toward its support?
The author covers the colonial period in Pensacola, the impact of the War of 1812 and establishment and history of Negro Fort, interracialism and resistance in nineteenth century Florida, and a wide variety of other related subjects over the bookAEs six chapters.
Precisely by staging an actual interracial child, Wickman suggests, directors could tap into the "redemptive possibilities of interracialism" (np).
Though Iron City's interracial ideology may have been motivated by Brown's communist commitments, this novel is the singular example from the Cold War 1950s of Left interracialism: Blacks and whites are joined together as social and intellectual equals, sharing bread, money, struggle, and jail.
(6) See James Joseph Boshears Jr., "The Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man": The Social Gospel Interracialism of the Southern Sociological Congress" (Ph.D.
In the next subsection --"Signifyin' Psychoanalysis and the Rhetoric of Interracialism"--Ahad argues that Messenger editorials, taken as one narrative, support race mixing in order to create a "mulatto nation," invert Freud's argument that blackness "signified a space of willful ignorance or unknowability" and instead present the idea of blackness as the space that shapes "white psyche" and the resultant b(1)acklash of that space.
For now, 1 note only the way in which these sonnets prefigure the themes of androgyny, bisexuality, and interracialism of Orlando.