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Synonyms for black and white

monochrome

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in black and white: in absolute terms

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in black and white: in print

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a black-and-white photograph or slide

not having or not capable of producing colors

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30] Although colonization publications did not abound with alarmist rhetoric about sex or marriage between black and white Americans, the amalgamation argument still underpinned nearly every pronouncement of the necessity of separating the two races.
By the late 19th century the bleak economy had given rise to numerous protest organizations throughout the South designed to help poor farmers, both black and white.
In fact, the boycott of Fuller Products by black consumers took place during a period of growing tension between black and white America, and it signaled a general shift in the racial climate in mainstream society.
Thus Dixon's solution becomes the problem Wright exposes: Black and white "homes" are fully segregated.
They asserted that rank and not race, regulation and not custom, should structure relations between black and white servicemen.
Washington, casts the mixed-race character as a culturally placeless entity, a perception held not only by Chesnutt but also by his black and white acquaintances.
Yet students' understanding of the play did not polarize along race lines; rather, approximately equal proportions of black and white students initially felt that the play was solely about race or only partly about race.
He first found a sense of balance by writing with liberal White publications in the mid-'40s about both Black and White subjects, and he did so better than most of the Whites who were writing arts criticism at that time.
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