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Part #1 Introduction: Introduce the name of the group you have chosen and the basis for your choice. Comments/Recommendations: Identified reason why the group was chosen and also supported evidence for reasoning. The history of the group that includes the patterns of intergroup relations from arrival to present. Comments/Recommendations: Talked about the history of African Americans and their struggle with their white counterpart from arrival to the present. Social stratification of the group over time in society. Comments/Recommendations: Identified how African Americans have been treated unfairly overtime. Discuss the social construction of inequality and how it relates to your ethnoracial group over time. Comments/Recommendations: The dimensions of intersections within the group and the variations in social location and social construction based on gender, class, religion and sexuality. The selection of specific intersections should be determined by the research conducted.
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