Beyond Racism: Race and Inequality in Brazil, South Africa, and the United States

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BEYOND
RACISM

Race and Inequality
in Brazil, South Africa,
and the United States

edited by Charles V. Hamilton, Lynn Huntley, Neville Alexander, Antonio Ségrio Alfredo Guimarāes * Wilmot James

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Race and Racism in Historical Perspective: Comparing the United States, South Africa, and Brazil 1
  • References *
  • Part 1 - Country Portraits 27
  • 2 - The Second Republic: Race, Inequality, and Democracy in South Africa 29
  • Notes *
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  • 3 - Combating Racism in South Africa: Redress/remedies 63
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  • 4 - Whiteness in the Rainbow: Experiencing the Loss of Privilege in the New South Africa 85
  • Notes *
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  • 5 - Dance of Deception: a Reading of Race Relations in Brazil 105
  • Appendixes *
  • Notes *
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  • 6 - The Misadventures of Nonracialism in Brazil 157
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  • 7 - Not Yet “e Pluribus Unum” Racism, America's Achilles Heel 187
  • Notes *
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  • 8 - The Women's Movement in the United States:Confronting Racism and Sexism 231
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  • 9 - The Social Construction of Racial Privilege in the United States: an Asset Perspective 251
  • Notes 270
  • References *
  • Part 2 - Comparative Issues 273
  • 10 - Race, Human Capital Inequality, and Income Distribution 275
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  • 11 - Globalization: a View from the South 323
  • Notes 347
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  • 12 - Gdp Increases from Ending Long-Term Discrimination Against Blacks 351
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  • 13 - Transformative Action:A Strategy for Ending Racial Hierarchy and Achieving True Democracy 371
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  • 14 - The Seven Deadly Myths of the U. S. Nonprofit Sector: Implications for Promoting Social Justice Worldwide 415
  • Notes *
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  • 15 - Racial Discrimination as a Violation of International Law: International Standards and Mechanisms 435
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  • Part 3 - Prospects 469
  • 16 - Prospects for a Nonracial Future in South Africa 471
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  • Response 490
  • Response 493
  • Response 498
  • Response 502
  • Notes to Responses *
  • 17 - It's in the Blood: Notes on Race Attitudes in Brazil from a Different Perspective 509
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  • Reference *
  • Interview with Sérgio Adorno 525
  • Interview with Friar David Raimundo Santos 538
  • Notes to the Interviews *
  • 18 - Bluebeard's Castle: an American Fairy Tale 553
  • Notes 562
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  • Reflections on “bluebeard's Castle” 565
  • Note on the Reflections *
  • 19 - Concluding Note 591
  • The Contributors 599
  • Index 609
  • About the Book 629
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