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Quest For Equality

Author: Neil Foley
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674050235
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Neil Foley examines the complex interplay among regional, national, and international politics that plagued the efforts of Mexican Americans and African Americans to find common ground in ending employment discrimination and school segregation.

Quest For Equality

Author: Robert G. Gregory
Publisher: Orient Blackswan
ISBN: 9780863112089
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A Study Of The Role Of Immigrants From The Indian Subcontinent In The Development Of Political Consciousness In Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda And Zanzibar. The Author Believes That With Their Great Economic Strength, Industriousness And Ability To Articulate, The Asians Played A Pivotal Role In The Transition Of These Countries From Colonies To Independent States. This Is Apparently The First Book Which Comprehensively Covers The Role Of Asians In East African History Until Independence Came To These Territories.

The Education Papers

Author: Dale Spender
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415256865
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First published in 1987, this volume makes available key documents, giving the contemporary reader a valuble record of women's struggle for eduacation in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. All of the women in this collection achieved significant reforms or struggled to change popular prejudices about women's education

The Korean Paekjong Under Japanese Rule

Author: Joong-Seop Kim
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135787581
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Traditional Korean society was characterized by a rigid hierarchy. The minority Paekjong were the lowest group of the lowest rank of the shinbun class system, and were treated as outcasts throughout the Choson period (1392-1910). This book deals with their historical and social background, and their struggle for human rights and equality in colonial Korea through the activities of the Hyongpyongsa (Association for an Equitable Society), active from c.1923 to 1935. The Hyongpyongsa was the longest-lasting social movement during the colonial period, and its activities provoked confrontations with fellow Koreans as well as with the Japanese colonial powers. Through analysis of the social environment as well as their actions, this study reveals the complexity of early twentieth century Korea's drive towards modernization.

A Quest For Equality

Author: Minority Rights Group International
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Though Turkey is a land of vast ethnic, linguistic and religious diversity - home not only to Turks, Kurds and Armenians, but also, among others, Alevis, Ezidis, Assyrians, Laz, Caferis, Roma, Rum, Caucasians and Jews, the history of the state is one of severe repression of minorities in the name of nationalism. This report sets current law and practice in Turkey against the backdrop of equivalent international standards on linguistic rights of minorities; freedom of religion, thought and conscience; freedom of expression; freedom of assembly and association; political participation; property rights and anti-discrimination.