miscegenation

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Synonyms for miscegenation

reproduction by parents of different races (especially by white and non-white persons)

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NOI's unequivocal condemnation of race mixing and miscegenation cannot be understood outside the historical ghosting of white sexual violence against blacks.
Nadine Fernandez argues that while race mixing is central to national discourse, racial discrimination and the ideology of whitening are pervasive, making race a key idiom through which people understand their place in society, including their romantic place.
The fourth volume contains 30 essays addressing general themes and issues pertaining to US immigration such as indigenous peoples and borderlands, the American southwest and the border, laws and policies, unauthorized immigration, integration and assimilation, urban and rural experiences of immigrants, labor issues, religion, race mixing and intermarriage, Latinos and American politics, the second generation, among other topics.
Just four races into his comeback after two years out of the sport spent rallying, the 2007 world champion demonstrated his familiar racing pedigree with a great race mixing sheer speed and determination with clever, mature judgement.
Axelrad's "The Last of the Mohicans, Race Mixing, and America's Destiny" and Barbara Alice Mann's "Sex and the Single Mixed-Blood" use historical analysis to, in different ways, correct contemporary readings of Cooper--leveraging something of a defense of the novelist.
1 (ANI): Twisted Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik wanted to target stars, including Brad Pitt, 47, Angelina Jolie, 36, Madonna, 52, Lady GaGa, 25, and Heidi Klum, 38, as he felt they had chosen to "propagate and glorify race mixing either through direct or indirect choices.
To what degree has our social obsession with black-white race mixing not only resulted in pathologizing today's black-white multiracials, but also caused us to ignore other multiracial populations?
She places in tension early twentieth-century filmic portrayals of "half-breed" women, whose fates mirror the inevitability of American triumph over the instability of border life, and the actual history of race mixing in these regions.
The first part of his book outlines some of the histories of black presence in Britain, together with key thinking about race and race mixing, as well as popular representations; the second part presents the findings from the research.