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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1-----WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13TH DAY 13----- Beyond Black and White: Remaking Race in America by Lee and Bean-rigid definitions of race no longer apply-in 2050 20% of the population will be multiracial-use of the term mulatto, quadroon for 1 fourth black, octoroon for 1 eighth black-reasons for not identifying as multi-racial **get group trends in reporting race from the book** not wanting to associate with white oppressor not wanting to be the same as everyone else. wanting their uniqueness in white society. COLOR BLIND PRIVILIGE by Charles Gallagher-difference in white/black views of discrimination - "i thought we took care of that in the 60s" no need to work on a solution-color blindness benifits whites, not blacks-consumption patterns are not the same as patterns in other life experiences-race and ethnicty are optional for whites-assimilation appears key-black disadvantage viewed as individual problem-color-blindness viewed as racism-----FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15TH DAY 14----- RESIDENTAIL SEGREGATION AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONDITIONS IN US METRO AREAS by Douglas S. MasseyRESIDENTAIL SEGREGATION AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONDITIONS IN US METRO AREAS by Douglas S....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course SOC 330 taught by Professor Tate during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.
- Spring '08