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Chapter Three: Racial Ideologies from the 1920s to the Present By Tanya Maria Golash-Boza
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People in the United States do not usually think deeply about how whiteness is an idea that shapes many things and also can shift among categories of people One area where whiteness has been important is in immigration and citizenship, as people labeled as white were provided many privileges in terms of immigration and citizenship. Pertinent Ideas from Chapter Two
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Racial ideologies keep the idea of race alive. The idea of systemic racism means that racism has always been present in the United States since its formation and that major institutions and their policies continue to reproduce racist actions through ideologies and their everyday routines. To understand racial ideologies, we must define race, racism, and ideology. Racial Ideologies
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“1) that the people of the world can be divided into distinct groups, based on their appearance and genetic characteristics, and (2) that these groups share moral and cultural attributes.” (p. 66) Definition of Race Using Two Aspects
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