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Non-white, the majority population in the ‘racial democracy’ of Brazil

Thursday, November 17th 2011 - 19:07 UTC
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For the first time, non-white people make up the majority of Brazil's population, according to preliminary results of the 2010 census. Out of around 191m Brazilians, 91 million identified themselves as white, 82m as mixed race and 15m as black. Read full article


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  • AngelaRubin

    This article must have been written by somebody that has never been to Brazil. Whites are not the majority there! Non-whites have always been the majority, but due to a complex process of discrimination several chose not to identify him/herself as white. Not all the information in this article is correctly displayed, leading to several misconceptions.

    Nov 19th, 2011 - 03:11 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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