Race in Latin America

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Race in Latin America by Mind Map: Race in Latin America

1. Racial Ideas and Social Policy in Brazil

1.1. Brazil actually had and received more slaves than any other country.

1.2. When it came to slavery in brazil it was known to that race and color were very overlooked since Brazil had always been racially mixed country. Many Abolitionist had plenty of views in race.

1.3. The Brazilian intellectual look at immigration as The solution to the postablotion labor problem.

1.4. Abolitionist believed that "Whiten" was an upgrade to the Brazilian population.

1.5. Gilberto Freyre believed that the Portuguese enjoyed the ability to whiten the darker peoples with whom they mixed.

2. Race in Argentina and Cuba.

2.1. When reading this article it shows how the Argentinas were becoming a new variety of the European white race.

2.2. The Argentinean intellectual deal with the immigration issue by educating them. That way they can have a good education around the rural areas.

2.3. Figueras and Fernandez tried to form a independent republic but both showed a negative image of the Afro-Cuban

2.4. During this time at the end of the 19th century most Hispanic America entered a period of economic growth.

2.5. Many policies during this time aimed at the segregation of colored people.

2.6. During the 1800's Indians and Blacks became insignificant minorities and immigration turned into a major social issue

2.7. in the 1890's most of Argentina's indians had been killed or were forced into slavery.

2.8. The little war of 1912 led to Afro-cubans standing divided.

3. Impact of the French and & Haitian Revolution

3.1. During this Era the relationship that David Brian Davis argue existed between the French revolution and the Haitian revolution was the abolish of slavery. When they were at war during 1794 the blacks of saint-domingue were against the Spanish and English. This abolition of slavery was embodied in constitution of Haiti.

3.2. During 1780's a French colony named Saint- Domingue was the main center of the slave system.

3.3. Douglas agreed that slaves were suppose to be free and it was their right.

3.4. Race was one of the most important role during the revolution. The dividend of races is what led to the war.

3.5. I believed that the Haiti revolution was conquered as their right because the people their fought for it and the American revolution was led by political people.

3.6. Saint Domingue produced more than half the world's coffee mainly with just slaves and land owned by the free color people.

4. Latin America

4.1. Level of engagement

4.2. Competition

4.3. Profitability

4.4. Interest

4.5. Expertise

5. Racism, Revolution, and Indigenismo: Mexico

5.1. The term " Indian" is meaningless because Spanish blood gave way for the creation of a new race which was called "Mestizos.

5.2. During the 19th century there was a progressive breakdown of the caste which was the colonial orders and its replacement by a society stratified by class.

5.3. Europeans traits were of Indian origin.

5.4. Racism and racial theories turned very strong around the 19th century.

5.5. Knight describes Indigenismo as " The European created the indians" He mentions that Indigenismo came to be after many views and doctrines of race change over time.

5.6. Knight believed that Mexico could achieve demographic growth without recourse of immigration.