Mixed Messages Multiracial Identities in the Color Blind Era
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
David L. Brunsma is a Professor of Sociology at Virginia Tech.
|Mixed messages : doing race in the color-blind era|
|Defining race : comparative perspectives|
|Black, honorary white, white : the future of race in the United States?|
|Racial justice in a black/nonblack society|
|Carving out a middle ground : the case of Hawai'i|
|New racial identities, old arguments : continuing biological reification|
|Color blindness : an obstacle to racial justice?|
|Racism, whitespace, and the rise of the neo-mulattoes|
|Race, multiraciality, and the neoconservative agenda|
|White supremacists in the color-blind era : redefining multiracial and white identities|
|Defining racism to achieve goals : the multiracial and black reparations movements|
|Selling mixedness : marketing with multiracial identities|
|It all starts at home : racial socialization in multiracial families|
|Racial logics and (trans)racial identities : a view from Britain|
|Black and white : family opposition to becoming multiracial|
|Negotiating racial identity in social interactions|
|Black/white friendships in a color-blind society|
|Black and latino : dominican Americans negotiate racial worlds|
|Finding a home : housing the color line|
|Confronting racism in the therapist's office|
|Culture and identity in mixed-race women's lives|