The findings in this study speak to three issues located at the core of contemporary academic and public policy discussions regarding racism and antiracism in Brazil: (1) the nature and significance of the racial democracy myth, especially regarding its relation to possible intervention strategies targeting black disadvantage; (2) the adequacy of group dominance perspectives for analyzing Brazilian racial dynamics, and (3) the possibility of race-targeted initiatives and antiracism organization in Brazil. My findings have clear implications for these issues in Brazil, and perhaps in other similarly structured contexts of Latin America.


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