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Racially mixed people -- Race identity -- United States, Racially mixed people -- Untied States -- Social conditions -- 21st Century, Categorization (Psychology) -- One-Drop Rule, Minorities -- Education (Higher), Discussion -- Race, Identity (Philosophical concept) -- Sociological aspects, Minorities -- United States -- Social change, Structuralism -- Influence, Dominance (Psychology) -- United States -- White Supremacy, Whitman College -- Students, Walla Walla (Wash.), Whitman College 2015 -- Dissertation collection -- Politics Department
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Bladin, Julia Catarina, "Mobilizing an Immobilized Identity: Navigating the Interplay Between Internal and External Racialization of Mixed Race Identities" (2015). Honors Theses. 115.
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