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This collection compiles digital materials from multiple collections in DigiNole that focus on civil and human rights. Individual objects will list their original digital collection for further exploration of specific collections.
The schedule of the 1980 United States census of population included the most extended and detailed series of questions concerning race, ethnicity, and descent used since the first enumeration in 1790. This paper discusses the purpose of this identification by comparing protective discrimination, affirmative action, Gandhi's opposition, and policies in India and the United States.
Lewis Killan's paper is based on a research seminar given at the University of London Institute of Education and details the purpose of this identification by comparing protective discrimination, affirmative action, Gandhi's opposition, and policies in India and the United States.Martin McLean's paper comes from a seminar he gave on 23 April 1981 at the Institute of Education. It details how comparative analysis can aid understanding of multicultural issues in British education, namely how minority group students don't share fully in opportunities for social mobility offered in the education system and how the cultural identity and aspirations of minority groups are denied within the education system.