Table of contents for Race and inequality : world perspectives on affirmative action / edited by Elaine Kennedy-Dubourdieu.

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Foreword Albie Sachs
Introduction Elaine Kennedy-Dubourdieu
Chapter One
Affirmative Action in the United States: Nineteenth Century Foundations, Twentieth Century Policies and Practices. Jo Ann Ooiman Robinson.
Chapter Two
Challenging Systemic Racism in Canada: Affirmative Action and Equity for Racialized Communities and Aboriginal Peoples. 
Colleen Sheppard.
Chapter Three
Graded Inequalities: an Assessment of Affirmative Action in India.
Ashwini Deshpande
Chapter Four
From Periphery to Mainstream: Affirmative Action in Britain.
Elaine Kennedy-Dubourdieu
Chapter Five
Affirmative Action in Northern Ireland.
Bronagh Hinds & Ciaran O¿Kelly
Chapter Six
Australian Multicultural Equity and Fair Go.
Martine Piquet.
Chapter Seven
Affirmative Action in South Africa: The Limits of History
Beverly Thaver.
Conclusion Elaine Kennedy-Dubourdieu

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Race discrimination.
Affirmative action programs.