Transatlantic Experiences and Perspectives of Black Germans of the Post-War Generation
Edited By Marion Kraft
Changes (Helga Emde)
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A post-war baby became a post-war child occupation child mulatta or also mixed girl exotic brown negress half and half coffee-brown beauty black beauty until we finally agreed on black Social inventiveness creative game on names within a reference frame of oppression colonial terminology to divide humankind science as Tool to legitimize Dichotomy ← 387 | 388 →
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