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Japan’s Invisible Race: The Burakumin

The , often referred to as “Japan's Invisible Race,” are portrayed as a diverse minority facing challenges in Japan's ostensibly homogeneous society.

This presentation challenges the perception of homogeneity as a source of friction, using ethnographic data to argue that it has played a crucial role in Burakumin activists' efforts to combat discrimination.

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