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Synonyms for antiblack

discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion

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Economic matters might have shaped antiblack violence, but this violence grew from a long history of racial terror that existed independently from the booms and busts of a market economy.
As we reflect on the legacy of the Obama presidency and the normalization of xenophobia, antiblack racism, sexual assault, and bigotry in the public sphere during the campaign and subsequent presidency of Donald Trump, the conversation demands an attention to the competing and overlapping roles religion and race play among white evangelical Christians and moderate Republicans in shaping debates on economic anxiety, immigration, and elitism in government and the media.
In response and resistance to this wide and deep scope of antiblack terror, Sharpe theorizes "wake work"--most succinctly defined as "attend(ing) to physical, social and figurative death and also to the largeness that is Black life, Black life insisted from death" (17)--with and alongside Black individuals, families, and communities, beginning with Sharpe's own.
Milton Friedman (1972) calls the minimum wage the most antiblack law on the books."
The final two chapters, by Cheryl LaRoche and Brempong Osei-Tutu, focus, respectively, on rituals of memory and commemoration in New York's African Burial Ground and in Cape Coast Castle(Ghana)--rituals of healing from the wounds left by slavery and antiblack racism.
"Because I criticized a black person or the Black Lives Matter movement doesn't mean I'm antiblack. It doesn't mean I don't like black people or that I'm racist."
Hart places police brutality, mass incarceration, antiblack stereotypes, poverty, and everyday acts of racism within the larger framework of white supremacy.
There have been numerous protests of antiblack violence in the US recently, most popularly represented in the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Antiblack racism, especially that sanctioned by the State, has resulted in the loss of healthy and thriving Black life and well-being.
However when black students facing endless instances of antiblack violence and systemic racism ask us whether anything has changed, they remind us that these boundaries are porous; their grief is indeed seeping through.
But surprisingly, it also had a big effect on reducing antiblack prejudice.
Antiblack Racism and the AIDS Epidemic: State Intimacies
The continuing significance of race: antiblack discrimination in public places.
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