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  • But Argentine society was built on the stones of European ancestral prejudice, and Diego, described as "negrito" by the classes above, had the darker skin of mixed heritage.

    Alan Black: In Praise of Maradona

  • When Pedro Pietri moved from this level to the sphere where to be called negrito is to be called love, I was still hobbling around in Oakland & felt astonishingly close to all those who’d been compadres.

    In the Fullness of Time

  • In several radio interviews, Enrique Ortez Colindres referred to Obama as a "negrito," or "little black man."

    Democracy Now!

  • The thigh bone and shin bone of LB1 are much shorter than modern humans including Central African pygmies, South African KhoeSan (formerly known as 'bushmen ") and" negrito "pygmies from the Andaman Islands and the Philippines.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • In Uruguay, for example, words such as "negrito" and "negro" are commonly used, with no racist connotation.

    Race row: Luis Suárez and Patrice Evra to hear FA decision on Friday

  • That the Administration may not cut off aid even after coup-appointed Honduran Foreign Minister Enrique Ortez described President Obama as "ese negrito que no sabe nada de nada" (that little black boy who knows nothing about nothing) is to add political insult to tragic injury before a hemispheric audience; That Obama may not cut off military aid even after Sunday's increased bloodshed adds even graver injury to that insult.

    Roberto Lovato: Honduran Violence, U.S. Aid Test Obama's Global Image

  • Hi, too bad you missed the Opium Europe launch party that was a unique event … which made me think that next party, if you are there, you may read, right? king negrito |

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  • Two of the pics I know were part of the negrito a friendly term for African Americans from Brazil dance.

    Tarata’s Civico Aniversario

  • There's another tremendous picture in Coon's Living Races of Man (1965), a portrait of a young pygmy negrito couple, his arm lovingly around her shoulders, there joy in each other's company radiating outward.

    Archive 2004-12-26

  • There's another tremendous picture in Coon's Living Races of Man (1965) (buy it here): a portrait of a young pygmy negrito couple of Little Andaman Island, his arm lovingly around her shoulders, the joy in each other's company radiating outward.

    The Andamanese and Human Biodiversity Conservation

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