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See also: anti-brown



antibrown (comparative more antibrown, superlative most antibrown)

  1. Alternative form of anti-brown
    • 2001, Bob Blauner, Still the Big News: Racial Oppression in America, Temple University Press (2001), →ISBN, page 172:
      Spanish-speaking groups, excluded in the action, were put in the position of fighting blacks in order to make a dent in the dynamic of neglect and unconcern that is central to antibrown racism.
    • 2004, Raquel Scherr Salgado, "Misceg-narrations", in Mixing It Up: Multiracial Subjects (eds. SanSan Kwan & Kenneth Speirs), University of Texas (2004), →ISBN, page 45:
      Even then I understood "not welcome" to mean please leave, please do not come back, please disappear, please you are an embarrassment, please do not touch me—please you are the face of shame, a sham. Such has been antibrown sentiment.
    • 2010, Mark R. Warren, Fire in the Heart: How White Activists Embrace Racial Justice, Oxford University Press (2010), →ISBN, page 11:
      Certainly, the activists in this study believe that Latinos face antibrown racism and consider racial justice for Latinos to be an increasingly important part of America's racial justice agenda.