How to Demolish Racism: Lessons from the State of Hawai'i

How to Demolish Racism: Lessons from the State of Hawai'i

This book explains how racist rule ended in Hawai?i through innovative reforms including cultural transformation, adoption of social market capitalism, environmental reforms, affirmative action, and recognition of the rights of indigenous Native Hawaiians. The book explores how developments in Hawai’i can be enacted in other states and countries.

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Publisher: Lexington Books (October 07, 2016)

Parent ISBN: 9781498543200

Page count: 408 pages

Language: English


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