Indigenous inclusion/black exclusion: Race, ethnicity and multicultural citizenship in Latin America

@article{Hooker2005IndigenousIE,
  title={Indigenous inclusion/black exclusion: Race, ethnicity and multicultural citizenship in Latin America},
  author={Juliet A. Hooker},
  journal={Journal of Latin American Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={37},
  pages={285-310}
}
  • Juliet A. Hooker
  • Published 1 May 2005
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
This article analyses the causes of the disparity in collective rights gained by indigenous and Afro-Latin groups in recent rounds of multicultural citizenship reform in Latin America. Instead of attributing the greater success of indians in winning collective rights to differences in population size, higher levels of indigenous group identity or higher levels of organisation of the indigenous movement, it is argued that the main cause of the disparity is the fact that collective rights are… 

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