Remaking Racial Inclusion: Combining Race and Class in Brazil’s New Affirmative Action

@article{Peria2014RemakingRI,
  title={Remaking Racial Inclusion: Combining Race and Class in Brazil’s New Affirmative Action},
  author={M. Peria and S. Bailey},
  journal={Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={156 - 176}
}
  • M. Peria, S. Bailey
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies
New multicultural regimes now characterize much of Latin America, creating opportunities for ethno-racial populations to fight for social inclusion. Yet, the literature identifies uneven patterns of success in those endeavors. Scholars argue that states more readily consider claims based on the recognition and protection of cultural difference as legitimate, but are resistant to calls for the remedy of racial discrimination. As a counterexample, we examine the case of affirmative action in… Expand
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