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Blackness and la Francophonie

Anti-Black Racism, Linguicism and the Construction and Negotiation of Multiple Minority Identities

Distributed for Laval University Press

Blackness and la Francophonie

Anti-Black Racism, Linguicism and the Construction and Negotiation of Multiple Minority Identities

The experiences of Black francophones in Alberta.

Drawing on the qualitative analysis of numerous documents and interviews, the book explores how Black francophones hailing from sub-Saharan Africa who live in the predominantly anglophone province of Alberta construct multiple identities based on language, race, and citizenship while facing racism and multiple forms of exclusion. Blackness and la Francophonie is essential reading for scholars and informed readers interested in identity formation, anti-racism, and the politics of language.
 

243 pages | 1 table | 6 x 9

Sociology: Race, Ethnic, and Minority Relations


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