|Regions with significant populations|
|French, Haitian Creole|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Afro-Haitian, White Haitian, Marabou|
Mulatto (French: mulâtre, Haitian Creole: milat) is a term in Haiti that is historically linked to Haitians who are born to one white parent and one black parent, or to two mulatto parents. Contemporary usage of the term in Haiti is also applied to the bourgeoisie, pertaining to high social and economic stature.
See also [ edit ]
- Gens de couleur
- Free people of color
- White Haitians
- Passing (racial identity)
- Creole peoples
References and footnotes [ edit ]
- "Haiti: People and society: Population". The World Factbook. Retrieved 17 October 2016.