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Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil evaluates Brazilian affirmative action by putting the new policies in historical and political context. Johnson, Heringer, and their contributors explore the significance of affirmative action and racial quotas in Brazilian politics and society and the main affirmative action policies implemented so far, especially in the field of ed Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil evaluates Brazilian affirmative action by putting the new policies in historical and political context. Johnson, Heringer, and their contributors explore the significance of affirmative action and racial quotas in Brazilian politics and society and the main affirmative action policies implemented so far, especially in the field of education. The editors argue the recent passage of affirmative action represents a victory that will lead to a more socially just and egalitarian society. These unprecedented policies of social inclusion have provoked heated debate and controversy in the national media, on university campuses, in the halls of congress, and throughout the country generally. To understand the origins and impact of affirmative action, Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil highlights the key roles of Black social movement activists and politicians as well as traditional mainstream and conservative elites and powerbrokers.


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Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil evaluates Brazilian affirmative action by putting the new policies in historical and political context. Johnson, Heringer, and their contributors explore the significance of affirmative action and racial quotas in Brazilian politics and society and the main affirmative action policies implemented so far, especially in the field of ed Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil evaluates Brazilian affirmative action by putting the new policies in historical and political context. Johnson, Heringer, and their contributors explore the significance of affirmative action and racial quotas in Brazilian politics and society and the main affirmative action policies implemented so far, especially in the field of education. The editors argue the recent passage of affirmative action represents a victory that will lead to a more socially just and egalitarian society. These unprecedented policies of social inclusion have provoked heated debate and controversy in the national media, on university campuses, in the halls of congress, and throughout the country generally. To understand the origins and impact of affirmative action, Race, Politics, and Education in Brazil highlights the key roles of Black social movement activists and politicians as well as traditional mainstream and conservative elites and powerbrokers.

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