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black-and-white

1. 
a. a photograph, picture, sketch, etc., in black, white, and shades of grey rather than in colour
b. (as modifier): black-and-white film
2. the neutral tones of black, white, and intermediate shades of grey
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People, black and white, will have to change, will have to give up something, materially and psychically, if we are to move forward from our current impasse.
In arguing that non-elites influenced affairs through the potential threat posed by their mere existence, he curiously undermines the thesis of black and white working-class agency.
The researchers also found that black and white men with similar scores and family backgrounds had similar wages and, contrary to the findings of Neal and Johnson, generally experienced similar employment rates and annual earnings as well.
Southern migrants, both black and white, arrived in great numbers in Detroit in the 1940s and shared a number of southern, rural cultural characteristics.
Most critics view Jones as the victim, not only of white racism but also of social emasculation at the hands of the black bourgeois and, more specifically, black and white women.
Black and white abolitionists countered by insisting that these claims merely concealed the racism behind colonizationist actions.
Yet neither Herrnstein and Murray nor any credentialed believer in the brain-gene theory has suggested how, on an evolutionary basis, black and white intelligence DNA could have diverged significantly.
As many had done before him, Ike Shaw recounted his story of the 1919 massacre as a testament to the bravery of those who had stood together and to the increasingly violent racism that continued to divide black and white farmers in eastern Arkansas.
Thus Dixon's solution becomes the problem Wright exposes: Black and white "homes" are fully segregated.
In fact, the boycott of Fuller Products by black consumers took place during a period of growing tension between black and white America, and it signaled a general shift in the racial climate in mainstream society.
In actuality, Sarah and herselves are at once black and white, male and female, English and African (American), contemporary and historical.
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