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Vera Mae Green (1928–1982) was an anthropologist, educator, and scholar, who made major contributions in the fields of Caribbean studies, interethnic studies, black family studies and the study of poverty and the poor. She was the first African-American Caribbeanist and the first to focus on Dutch Caribbean culture". She developed a "methodology for the study of African American Anthropology" that acknowledged the diversity among and within black families, communities and cultures. Her other areas of research included Mestizos in Mexico and communities in India and Israel. "Committed to the betterment of the human condition", Green also focused her efforts towards international human rights.

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  • فيرا ماي غرين
  • Vera Green
  • Vera Mae Green
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  • فيرا ماي غرين (بالإنجليزية: Vera Green) هي عالمة الإنسان أمريكية، ولدت في 6 سبتمبر 1928 في شيكاغو في الولايات المتحدة، وتوفيت في 16 يناير 1982 في برينستون في الولايات المتحدة.
  • Vera Mae Green (* 6. September 1928 in Chicago, Illinois; † 16. Januar 1982 in Princeton, New Jersey) war eine US-amerikanische Kulturanthropologin. Sie wurde bekannt durch ihre Forschung zu sozialen Beziehungen innerhalb und zwischen ethnischen Gruppen. Sie forschte in den USA, der Karibik, Mexiko, Indien und Israel. Ihr besonderes Interesse galt den Familienstrukturen afroamerikanischer Gemeinschaften in den USA.
  • Vera Mae Green (1928–1982) was an anthropologist, educator, and scholar, who made major contributions in the fields of Caribbean studies, interethnic studies, black family studies and the study of poverty and the poor. She was the first African-American Caribbeanist and the first to focus on Dutch Caribbean culture". She developed a "methodology for the study of African American Anthropology" that acknowledged the diversity among and within black families, communities and cultures. Her other areas of research included Mestizos in Mexico and communities in India and Israel. "Committed to the betterment of the human condition", Green also focused her efforts towards international human rights.
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  • Vera Mae Green
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  • Vera Mae Green
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  • Princeton Medical Center in New Jersey
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