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    Global diversity: Diversity issues cropping up in France and Brazil
    By Barbara Deane
    DiversityCentral.com's Quick Poll in September 2003, asked readers this question: Do you think the rise of the ultra-right presidential candidate in France, Jean-Marie Le Pen, threatens the French values of liberty, equality and fraternity?
    Department: Global diversity
    Word count: 1186
    Diversity Central Article Published: January 2003
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    Strategies for change: A fracture exposed: Racial divide on the increase in Brazil
    By Barbara Deane
    Black people make up almost half of Brazil's population according to the government agency responsible for population statistics in Brazil. A new study, however, shows that the majority of Brazilian blacks do not live and participate in the society at the same level as Brazilian whites. The study also indicates that racial inequality between blacks and whites appears to be on the rise. The primary researcher of this study believes the only explanation for these depressing statistics is racism.
    Department: Strategies for change
    Word count: 1513
    Diversity Central Article Published: January 2002
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    Strategies for change: Affirmative Action: Will it work in Brazil?
    By Barbara Deane, Carlos Gil
    In Brazil, one of the most racially diverse societies in the world, a recent study about racial discrimination revealed an increasing disparity between blacks and whites. (For details and statistics, see "A fracture exposed: Racial divide on the increase in Brazil," and "Shameful numbers in Brazil," in Cultural Diversity at Work Archive, May 2002.) Brazilians are talking about what they should do to address this disparity.
    Department: Strategies for change
    Word count: 1555
    Diversity Central Article Published: January 2002
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    Tools for change: Shameful numbers in Brazil
    By Barbara Deane
    Editor's note: This tool of additional statistics accompanies the article, "A fracture exposed: Racial divide on the increase in Brazil", also in the CDW Archive.
    Department: Tools
    Word count: 738
    Diversity Central Article Published: January 2002
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