black and white


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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

Synonyms for black and white

a black-and-white photograph or slide

not having or not capable of producing colors

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In the July 15, 1996 issue of The New Yorker, Alabama Fire Marshal John Robison gives a detailed and rational analysis of the church arsons, black and white, in his state: "Of the 34 known arsons, we have made arrests in 20 cases.
More effective challenges issued from the mundane institution- and community-building efforts of black and white working-class Richmonders.
In a nation that only understood black and white, Walter White could never quite fit.
Consequently, reducing the well-known gap between the test scores of black and white students is now seen as an important way to reduce economic and other forms of inequality.
Certainly, no one can accuse Sowell of denying racism, or indeed, of lacking black pride as he battled supine college deans, black and white, at several colleges to hold black students to high standards: "[I]t was not just a matter of their success or failure as individuals.
This business relationship is not the "happy fusion of black and white traditions," as Peter Wolfe would have it (94).
By looking at two distinct racial communities and the role class plays in shaping a collective identity, these two works help further our understanding of the importance of class in the creation of American communities, both black and white.
It becomes evident, for example, that Jones's understanding of his socioeconomic oppression is linked to his frustration at not being able fully to sexually dominate black and white women.
This framework not only must reveal the gendered histories of the whole abolitionist movement (men and women, black and white, feminist and non-feminist), but also must encompass perspective of abolitionists' greatest riva ls for Northern whites' sympathies-the colonizationists--as well as those Northern free blacks who favored emigration while expressing their hostility to white colonization societies.
Common sense and sound science show that the IQ debate is far from black and white
In Chapter Two of Reconstructing Womanhood, Carby argues that access to the cult of "true womanhood" was unavailable for Black women and that different sexual ideologies operated for Black and white women.
As the new union was launched, Shaw declared to the group in Tyronza, "As long as we stand together, black and white together in this organization, nothing can tear it down.
One was the Populist Party of the 1890s, which briefly united black and white small farmers.
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