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The books are looking at institutionalized discrimination and racism Final Articles and questions 3 hours UNC graduation rates is mid 80s (% who graduate in 6 years) o Differ from athletes o 79% for all males o 80% for all females o Black male student athletes 49% (2002) o All black male students 57% o Black female student athletes 83% o All black female 68% o Black males are the most at risk for getting their degree and that has not changed in decades Admissions to university o Who you have a high enough gpa to offset the SAT they can omit the score 3 main concepts from entire course o Awareness of the different racial groups that make up this country How they came in to the country and the differences by race and ethnicity o Acknowledge that there are some groups that have more power than others and they use that power o If there were no differences among those social institutions there would have been
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Unformatted text preview: no reason to pass laws against them Poll taxes and literary tests: power against other groups, so as a group they benefit o US as students that will be workers and voters that there can be in this country a new vision In that new vision to absolutely see color and it not matter All of us are accustomed to what is around us so everyone does not look around to see o Its more of a sense of not knowing o Poor whites suffer as much discrimination as others Divide and conquer issues of Asians o Stuck between white and minorities o Educational they have been punished for doing better than whites New vision recognized there are differences between groups but there is as much variation in the groups as there are between different...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course SOCI 122 taught by Professor Hastings during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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