Anti-racism, affirmative action, multiculturalism C Level Executive List and diversity management are different but interconnected phenomena that, in different areas of society, have reached very different degrees of C Level Executive List radicalism and impact on extreme and persistent inequalities. In general, it was the social-democratic-inspired governments, more interested in using the state as a mediator of social tensions, that invested the most in affirmative action, as a reparative C Level Executive List measure, as well as in a multicultural approach in relations with ethnic minorities.
What happened in Brazil – and was C Level Executive List experienced more strongly in other Latin American countries – from the 1990s was a development of multicultural and affirmative action practices generally derived C Level Executive List from state projects and concentrated at the university level, much more than in basic education. Despite the existence of a set of pilot experiences in the schools of the main cities of the C Level Executive List country promoted, above all, by activists of the black movement, it was from 2003, and as a result of the sanction of Law No.
Of the teaching of Afro-Brazilian and African C Level Executive List cultural issues at all educational levels, when a strong and hitherto unprecedented interest in the history of Africa and of the descendants of Africans throughout the Americas began to develop in schools and universities – and shortly C Level Executive List thereafter , thanks to a new law, for the reality of indigenous populations–. There was also a synergistic relationship between multicultural practices and affirmative action measures. In schools, between 2003 and 2016,12. The application of quotas and other measures of historical reparation, together with a great effort to increase the number of places in the universities, made C Level Executive List the latter a much more inclusive space from the class and ethnic-racial points of view.