revindicate

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revindicate

(ˌriːˈvɪndɪkeɪt)
vb (tr)
to vindicate again or to reclaim
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to revindicate the devalued culture of origin, and then to demonstrate that it was this original culture, metamorphosed, that had been transplanted by the black during a process in which they became indigenous to a new landscape and reinvented themselves as natives in a new world" (44).
Today, she says, the youngergenerations are often drawnto Islam and want to revindicate their identities.
I'm here to celebrate a historic event which had many positive consequences for us, but I'm also here to revindicate our rights," said Silvio Mendes, 30, a communications professional.
However, for the sake of personal and professional congruency, it is necessary to revindicate our political conscience as the main base for bringing about social change and a rebuilding of collectives.
Further, the sociologist states that women revindicate the right to construct their own self in a different, existential manner that men's desire or power cannot restrict (60).
The purpose of the current paper is to revindicate the role of emotions in the explanatory model of the conscious experience.
uprising will storm the White House; we'll revindicate those words that the Statue of Liberty beacons out to the rest of the world, the democratic idealism that this country was founded upon but has never quite lived up to.
The students understood that Angelica is a powerful character, that Medoro respects her, and that her story revindicates at least one woman's freedom of choice.
In the second, more polemical, section on 'Media Industries', Richard Butsch discusses the history of active audience research, Timothy Havens recommends a turn to economic anthropology to give new direction to critical media industry research and Toby Miller revindicates the social justice-orientation of political economy accounts of media work via a case study of cell phones and rare earth metal-mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Here, Arguedas revindicates popular, spoken Quechua while promoting the development of a modem written tradition.
To some extent it is a government that revindicates the presence of Salvador Allende in our history, and turns around all the years of Chile's whitewashing, when Salvador Allende's name was not mentioned, when the collective spirit of socialist values was reversed by an aggressive marketing mentality that infiltrated all aspects of daily life and politics.