Race and Politics in the Dominican Republic

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University Press of Florida, 2000 - History - 160 pages
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An examination of the historical development and political use of antihaitianismo, a set of racist and xenophobic attitudes prevalent today in the Dominican Republic. These portray Dominican people as white Catholics, while Haitians are viewed as spirit-worshipping black Africans.

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Ernesto Sagas is assistant professor of political science at Southern New Hampshire University and the author of Race and Politics in the Dominican Republic. Sintia E. Molina is assistant professor of language and literature at St. Francis College.

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