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Unformatted text preview: Matt Landi EFN 205026 Journal Entry #3 As a member of a largely monotonous, Caucasian, Christian community, reading Tilove’s Racial Relations Becoming More Complex across Country was quite a shock to me. The racism between ethnic minorities, particularly between Asian-Americans and all other ethnic minorities is something that I did not expect. According to Tilove, “inter- minority hostilities and negative attitudes often are more pronounced than those that exist between whites and minorities” (155). From my perspective, being a typical Caucasian from a relatively small and monotonous town from the Midwest, I would think that racial indifferences and intolerability would occur between my race and a minority’s race. I found it interesting that minorities are seeing other minorities as competition for jobs and political power, rather than seeing the majority white population as the source of the lack...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course EFN 205 taught by Professor Green during the Fall '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.
- Fall '08