white woman


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a woman who is White

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A white woman was recorded calling an employee of Taco Bell - chain of fast-food restaurants based in Irvine, California, - racist for not letting her order French fries.
Sebastian Barry's White Woman Street, first produced in 1992, is concerned about the prime years of an Irish protagonist in the wilds of Ohio at the turn of the twentieth century.
In 2005, for the same hours worked, we earned 85 cents for every dollar earned by a white woman, 87 cents for every dollar earned by a black man, and 63 cents for every dollar earned by a white man.
In 1955, 13 year old Emmett Till from Chicago was visiting relatives in Mississippi when he was beat to death for allegedly whistling at a white woman.
The mob gained community consent largely through a pervasive discourse that suggested lynching was a response to a black man's rape of a white woman.
7 Breast Cancer Symposium in California found that black women are more likely than white woman to have a form of aggressive, difficult-to-treat breast cancer and are more likely than white women to die from breast cancer.
I am a short, white-haired, white woman from the United States, an organizer and researcher with no specific project in mind.
For no other reason than being the descendant of a white woman who was given control and custody of four Aboriginal women under a genocidal and oppressive government policy, I not only found I was the "keeper" of their stories, but that I had a significant degree of control over their re-telling (p.
Since no white woman would travel with a male slave, Ellen had to pretend that she was a man.
But while living at the time in Bakersfield, Johnson endured bigotry and resentment for living flamboyantly with a white woman.
If a working-class White woman regularly mixed with Chinese men; that is, if she 'crossed the racial line' (6) in the context of her work or her social life, she risked her place in the White community.
The typical lynching started with a fabricated report of a white woman ravished by a black man.
Applied to the gaps and displacements in Titus Andronicus, this cultural logic foregrounds Aaron as instrumental to the play's "miscegenational rape narrative" (63) and Lavinia as symptomatic in her role as "a white woman who is made functionally and temporarily to pass as a black woman" (65).