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There are also sensitive films on the issue, such as 'Imitation of Life.' Dogru144 30 July 2006 (UTC) In the United States, because of the "one-drop rule," a person with both African and European ancestry, regardless of how little the ratio of African blood — ½ White and ½ Black, or ¾ White and ¼ Black, or lower — will always be considered to be Black. Anyone want to defend "the one-drop rule" as something that exists? I thought the paragraph referred to present-day standards, simply because it is couched in the present tense.Because of this, a person who may be considered Black in the United States could be considered White in Brazil. I didn't realize it was a historical rule, which should be quoted from rulings.According to your argumentation which seems to be in line with the right of the strongest rather than with justice blacks wouldn't need any protection because they don't contribute as much to the economy as Whites or other minority groups do. Plus, the rate of black intermarriage to whites is negligable and a majority of blacks marry other blacks. Creole Me Many countries as well as some places within the US have sustaining mulatto populations.Also, are you to tell me that somehow a Nigerian Italian has the same culture as an Ethiopian German? Maybe bitch a little here and there on different msg boards? Blacks have their own problems, the last thing on their minds is "justice" for mules. In the US mulatto communities were partly torn apart after the 1930s due to the racist law known as the one-drop-rule.
The best shot mules have is in nationalism; namely, proclaiming themselves proud to be Puerto Rican or Dominican and so forth. Also, black "culture" in the US is a subculture at best. They are BASPs.(Black Anglo Saxon Protestants) That's the main ingredient of their cultural tradition. The notion of "African-Americans" as an "ethnic group" simply had to be created because it is the only thing that can be used in order to justify ongoing seperatism from mainstream society.Minority groups have to fight for their slice of the American pie.If you can get millions and millions of muleattos to back you, and march with you and hold protests with you and so forth, then you're game.so are there terms for people 1/16 black or even further down the line than that? "The following which was written in the Racial purity article on Wikipedia shows how mulattos and Multiracial people generally are sometimes compared to animals. So out of all the groups in the world that are being oppressed or descriminated against, people are suppose to see 'muleattos' as special and just drop 'anti-muleatto' propaganda? Hostile, comments like yours, in addition to being full of strawmen arguments only serve to demonstrate this even further.xpark 'Protection' depends on where you are - in Canada, you are a visible minority if you say you are - i.e.Gringo300 , (UTC) ok, i've found this: quintroons/hexadecaroons are 1/16th black. Can anyone actually say 'hexadecaroon' out loud without laughing? Mixed-race people and their families may find this insulting. Damn Jews, damn Whites, damn Blacks, damn Asians, damn muleattos - wait a second, they're muleattos, they don't want us to pick on them. for employment equity, if your skin is in your opinion non-white enough to cause you to get discriminated against, you can tick of the 'visible minority' box.