11-29 - Institutionalized discrimination is the hardest one...

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Institutionalized discrimination is the hardest one to fight because it has been here the longest Japanese had an official apology and some compensation many years later from Reagan ~20,000 o Many families never regained what they lost. Many of the parents had died when the compensation had been made Farewell to Manzanar Titled because she was able to find closure but from her perspective her parents weren’t Two Old Women: different cultures; old women pushed aside o Not such an unknowable concept: nursing homes Sports and Entertainment Sports is believed to be a means of social mobility It is possible to improve you social status in sports o The probability of the people who do make it vs the people who are trying is very small o Strong myth that sports provides a free education: reality is the numbers are limited Very few HS athletes of any race receive few athletic scholarships Most receives partial Football tends to be the easiest to get a scholarship-more positions
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