MultiRacial Formations

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April 15, 2006
Table of Contents

Chapter One
Overview of MultiRacial Formations

A Brief Review of the Literature
Prototypes of MultiRacial Formations
Purpose of this Study

Chapter Two
Forging Racial Unity through Issue-Based Coalitions
From Enemies to Allies: Native Americans and Whites Join Forces in Wisconsin
Resisting Racial Profiling: Northern California ACLU Racial Justice Project
Key Lessons

Chapter Three
An Exploration of Electoral Alliances
Race and Reaction in a New York City Mayoral Election
Coalition and Conflict in Los Angeles
Brown Power vs. Black Power in Providence
Key Lessons

Chapter Four
The Rainbow Coalition: A Hybrid Model
Tracing the Growth of a Movement
The Rise of the Rainbow Coalition
The Rainbow Coalition Today
Key Lessons

Chapter Five
Thorny Themes for Coalition Construction
Structural Racism and the Emergence of Colorblind Ideology
The Post-9/11 Capacity of Immigrant Groups to Work in Coalition
Other Obstacles to Building Effective MultiRacial Formations

Chapter Six
General Observations, Key Lessons, & Recommendations
General Observations
Key Lessons
Recommendations for Future Activities

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