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Placing sculptures of Davis and Lee on Capitol Hill amounted to a symbolic consecration by white-supremacist politicians of their triumph over Reconstruction-era efforts to build a multiracial democracy in the South.
Their 2015 album, Full Communism, focused on unrest in Ferguson, Mo. Cost of Living (out Aug. 11) is the multiracial, mixed-gender Providence, R.I., quintet’s first LP with Donald Trump in the White House.
The alternative of adjudicating which particular group is more victimized and in greater need of government reparations is a hopeless task in a multiracial society — one that inevitably results in internecine strife among identity-politics groups.
On Monday, most of the people supporting Tensing on Monday were white, while the group in support of DuBose consisted of a multiracial group.
The study focused on students who identified as white, Asian, black or Latino — subsequent ones will pay more attention to the experiences of multiracial students, Juvonen said.
The visionaries—the ones who saw a multiracial future—were activists like Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth.
History is not very kind to multicultural chaos — as opposed to a multiracial society united by a single national culture.
This is exacerbated with the underwhelming amount of books, movies, and TV shows that feature multiracial characters.
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