Category Race

Colour as a Discrete Ground of Discrimination

Authors: Joshua Sealy-Harrington & Jonnette Watson Hamilton Abstract Colour, as a ground of discrimination, is usually equated with or subsumed under the ground of race. We argue that colour does and should have a discrete role in human rights and… Continue Reading →

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