Mulatto

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MULATTO. A person born of one white and one black parent. 7 Mass. R. 88; 2 Bailey, 558.

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A particularly illuminating example from this study is that of Agustina Sanchez, a mulata, who was married to Juan Zape, a negro slave.
The principal female character in that novel, who becomes Caruso's lover, is the daughter of a mulata and a Chinese man.
There is the negra Margarida, the crioulinha Cipriana, and the mulatas Monteira, Luisa, Anica and Esperanca.
Unit II: 1930s-1950s, Cuba's "National" Cinema: Representing the Nation Song, Popular Rhythms from Romance del Palmar (1932); & Spectacle Estampas Habaneras (1939); Mi Tia de America (1939) [PECUSA (Peliculas Cubanas) films] Co-productions, Afro- from Maria la O (1948); Mulata Cuban Focus & (1955); Tropicalizing Havana Bella la Salvaje (1953); Sandra la Mujer de Fuego (1952) Unit III: Cinema & the Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Cinema: El Megano (1954) Social Realism The Revolution & ICAIC P.
1911) explores the crises of racial identity through the figure of the mulata, speaking in a range of registers and voices.
In addition to Bandirante, they offer another Cerrado, the Fazenda Planicie, and two Sul de Minos green coffee labels, the Fazenda Santa Rosa (washed) and the Mulata (regular).
Through complex cultural processes that took over two centuries to play out, La Mulata de Cordoba, with a tenuous basis in an actual historical figure or amalgam of figures, has earned iconic status in contemporary Mexican folklore.
At the same time, she is also fascinated by the stereotype of the formidable Cuban mulata, which has become iconic as a sex symbol and tourist attraction, and has been the object of patriarchal and colonizing gazes in numerous representations both in Cuba and abroad (Gonzalez Mandri 2006; Kutzinski 1993).
Otro de los films que continua esta tendencia es Princesas, donde Zulema hace el papel de una prostituta dominicana, que a veces es confundida como cubana por ser mulata y que despierta la envidia de las prostitutas espanolas.
Como o caderno de saude nao utiliza estereotipos como o da mulata sambista, ao contrario da publicidade nacional (MARTINS, 2000), o espaco da mulher negra, historicamente estereotipada, fica reduzido.
17) No dia 8 de fevereiro de 1608, a Mesa da Consciencia e Ordens inicialmente negou-lhe o titulo de cavaleiro, com base no fato de ele ser filho bastardo de uma mulata.
A novidade: pela primeira vez (e unica) apareceu uma mulata na descricao, pois, ate entao todas eram loiras.