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Mulatto is a term used to refer to persons born of one white parent and one black parent or to persons born of a mulatto parent or parents. In English, the term is today generally confined to historical contexts. English speakers of mixed white and black ancestry seldom choose to identify themselves as "mulatto. The English term, mulatto , is believed to derive from the Spanish and Portuguese mulato. The origin of mulato is uncertain. Some dictionaries and scholarly works trace the word's origins to the Arabic term muwallad , which means "a person of mixed ancestry".
Muwallad is derived from the root word WaLaD Arabic: Walad means, "descendant, offspring, scion; child; son; boy; young animal, young one". Specifically, the term was historically applied to the descendants of indigenous Christian Iberians who, after several generations of living among a Muslim majority, adopted their culture and religion. Notable examples of this category include the famous Muslim scholar Ibn Hazm.
According to Lisan al-Arab , one of the earliest Arab dictionaries c. Thus, in this context, the term "Muwalad" has a meaning close to "the adopted". According to the same source, the term does not denote being of mixed-race but rather being of foreign-blood and local culture.
In English, printed usage of mulatto dates to at least the 16th century. The work Drake's Voyages first used the term in the context of intimate unions producing biracial children, with the Oxford English Dictionary defining mulatto here as "one who is the offspring of a European and a Black".
This earliest usage regarded "black" and "white" as discrete "species", with the "mulatto" constituting a third separate "species". According to Julio Izquierdo Labrado,  the 19th-century linguist Leopoldo Eguilaz y Yanguas, as well as some Arabic sources  muwallad is the etymological origin of mulato. Scholars such as Werner Sollors cast doubt on the mule etymology for mulatto.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, racialists such as Edward Long and Josiah Nott began to assert that mulattoes were sterile like mules. They projected this belief back onto the etymology of the word mulatto. Sollers points out that this etymology is anachronistic: In Namibia , a current-day population of between 20, and 30, people, known as Rehoboth Basters , descend from liaisons between the Cape Colony Dutch and indigenous African women.
The name Baster is derived from the Dutch word for "bastard" or "crossbreed". While some people consider this term demeaning, the Basters proudly use the term as an indication of their history. In South Africa , the term Coloured also known as Bruinmense , Kleurlinge or Bruin Afrikaners in Afrikaans used to refer to individuals who possess some degree of sub-Saharan ancestry, but not enough to be considered black-African under the law of South Africa.
Under Apartheid law there were seven categories of Coloured people: Cape Coloured, Cape Malay, Griqua, Indian, Chinese, or other Asiatic, and Other Coloured - the aim of subdivisions was to enhance the meaning of the larger category of Coloured by making it all encompassing. In contemporary society, however, to redress the unfair privileges of the past Apartheid regime the policy of Black Economic Empowerment BEE was adopted to level the economic playing field.
BEE policy favored indigenous Black Africans for employment, scholarships, government contracts and loans, whereas before such opportunities were strictly reserved for the White minority. Suddenly, the racial hierarchy of the past were reversed; those who suffered the greatest injustices were put first on the list for advancement. African women were of top priority with African men close behind, next came Coloured women followed by Coloured men.
Subsequently, Indian men followed Indian women. Based on the Population Registration Act to classify people, laws were put in place prohibiting mixed marriages. Therefore, many people that were descendants of the "Asian" category were able to legally intermarry with "mixed-race" people because they shared the same nomenclature. In KwaZulu-Natal , most Coloureds that were classified as "other coloureds" had British and Zulu heritage, while Zimbabwean coloureds were descended from Shona or Ndebele mixing with British and Afrikaner settlers.
Griqua , on the other hand, are descendants of Khoisan and Afrikaner trekboers. The Griqua were subjected to an ambiguity of other creole people within Southern African social order. With territories beyond the Dutch East India Company administration, Kok delivered refuge to deserting soldiers, runaway slaves, and remaining members of various Khoikhoi tribes. Mulattoes represent a significant part of the population of various Latin American and Caribbean countries: In colonial Latin America, mulato could also refer to an individual of mixed African and Native American ancestry.
In the United States, due to the influence and laws making slavery a racial caste and later practices of hypodescent , white colonists and settlers tended to classify persons of mixed African and Native American ancestry as black, regardless of how they identified themselves, or sometimes as black Indians.
But many tribes had matrilineal kinship systems and practices of absorbing other peoples into their cultures. Multiracial children born to Native American mothers were customarily raised in her specific tribal culture. Federally recognized Indian tribes have insisted that identity and membership is related to culture, and that individuals brought up within tribal culture are fully members, regardless of whether they have some European or African ancestry.
If the children were born to slave women, they were classified under slave law as slaves, and more likely raised within the African-American community and considered black. According to the IBGE census, A majority of mixed-race Brazilians have all three ancestries: Amerindian, European, and African. According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics census , some According to genetic studies, some of those who identify as White Brazilians Brazilians of Black African origin, make up 6.
Such autosomal DNA studies, which measure total genetic contribution, continue to reveal differences between how individuals identify, which is usually based in family and close community, with genetic ancestry, which may relate to a distant past they know little about. The test results showed that the proportion of European genetic ancestry was higher than students expected. In Haitian history, such mixed-race people, known in colonial times as free people of color, gained some education and property before the Revolution.
In some cases, their white fathers arranged for multiracial sons to be educated in France and join the military, giving them an advance economically.
Free people of color gained some social capital and political power before the Revolution, were influential during the Revolution and since then. The people of color have retained their elite position, based on education and social capital, that is apparent in the political, economic and cultural hierarchy in present-day Haiti.
Numerous leaders throughout Haiti's history have been people of color. In keeping with Spanish practice, for most of its colonial period, Puerto Rico had laws such as the Regla del Sacar or Gracias al Sacar. A person with African ancestry could be considered legally white if he could prove that at least one person per generation in the last four generations had been legally white.
People of black ancestry with known white lineage were classified as white, in contrast to the " one-drop rule " put into law in the early 20th century in the United States. In colonial and antebellum times in certain locations, persons of three-quarters or more white ancestry were considered legally white.
Historians have documented sexual abuse of slave women during the colonial and post-revolutionary slavery times by white men in power: But, Paul Heinegg has documented that most of the free people of color in the — censuses in the Upper South were descended from unions and marriages during the colonial period in Virginia between white women, who were free or indentured servants, and African or African-American men, servant, slave or free.
In the early colonial years, working-class people lived and worked closely together, and slavery was not as much of a racial caste. Slave law had established that children in the colony took the status of their mothers. This meant that multi-racial children born to white women were born free. The colony required them to serve lengthy indentures if the woman was not married, but nonetheless, numerous individuals with African ancestry were born free, and formed more free families.
Many of these free people of color became leaders in the African-American community; others continued to marry into the white community. Rapes occurred, and many slave women were forced to submit regularly to white males or suffer harsh consequences.
However, slave girls often courted a sexual relationship with the master, or another male in the family, as a way of gaining distinction among the slaves, avoiding field work, and obtaining special jobs and other favored treatment for their mixed children Reuter, Sexual contacts between the races also included prostitution, adventure, concubinage , and sometimes love. In rare instances, where free blacks were concerned, there was marriage Bennett, Some mixed-race persons in the South became slave owners, and many who were accepted in the society supported the Confederacy during the Civil War.
For example, William Ellison owned 60 slaves. Andrew Durnford of New Orleans, which had a large population of free people of color , mostly of French descent and Catholic culture, was listed in the census as owning 77 slaves.
In Louisiana free people of color constituted a third class between white colonists and the mass of slaves. Other multiracial people became abolitionists and supported the Union. For example, Mary Ellen Pleasant and Thomy Lafon used their fortunes to support the abolitionist cause.
Dumas of New Orleans, a free person of color, emancipated all his slaves and organized them into a company in the Second Regiment of the Louisiana Native Guards. Historically in the American South , the term mulatto was also applied at times to persons with mixed Native American and African American ancestry.
In early American history, the term mulatto was also used to refer to persons of Native American and European ancestry. Certain tribes of Indians of the Inocoplo family in Texas referred to themselves as "mulatto". Mulatto was used as an official census racial category in the United States until In the early 20th century, several southern states had adopted the one-drop rule as law, and southern Congressmen pressed the US Census Bureau to drop the mulatto category: At that time, the term was primarily applied as a category to persons of mixed African and European descent.
During the colonial and early federal period, in the Southern colonies and states, it was sometimes applied persons of any mixed ethnicity, including Native American and European.
During the early census years of the United States beginning in , "mulatto" was applied to persons who were identifiably of mixed African-American and Native American ancestry.
The term "mulatto" was also used to refer to the children of whites who intermarried with South Asian indentured servants brought to the British American colonies by the East India Company. These were not numerous in the mainland colonies.
But a daughter born to a South Asian father and Irish mother in Maryland in was classified as a "mulatto" and sold into slavery. Thus, children born to slave mothers were born into slavery, regardless of who their fathers were; children born to white mothers were free, even if mixed-race. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Mulato disambiguation. For the river in Colombia, see Mulatos River. For the mountain in the United States, see Mulatto Mountain.
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