Table of contents for Colorstruck : women and the politics of skin tone / Margaret L. Hunter.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgments							
1	Colorstruck								1
2	The Color of Slavery and Conquest					24
3	Learning, Earning, and Marrying More				55
4	Black and Brown Bodies Under the Knife				77
5	The Beauty Queue: Advantages of Light Skin			100
6	The Blacker the Berry: Ethnic Legitimacy and Skin Tone		136		
7	Color and the Changing Racial Landscape				164
	Appendix A								183
Bibliography								184

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Race identity.
Mexican Americans -- Race identity.
African American women -- Social conditions.
Mexican American women -- Social conditions.
Interviews -- United States.
Human skin color -- United States -- Psychological aspects.
Human skin color -- Social aspects -- United States.
Racism -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.