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Khalil Kanbar Anth 300 10:30 M/W How Real Is Race? Carol Mukhopadhyay and Rosemary C. Henze Theme: That a Homo sapiens race is not a biological category, but more of a social category amongst each other. I. Introduction A. U.S Census divides us into groups based on race, and there are certainly observable physical differences among people. B. Some characteristics races have are difference in skin color, nose and eye shape, body type, hair color and texture. C. If people categorize all humans as one race will racism no longer exist and everyone will become on the same level. D. While multicultural education materials are now available, they rarely address basic questions about why we look different from one another and what these biological differences do mean. II. Origins of Race A. For several decades, biological anthropologists have been arguing that race has no validity as a biological category. B. Anthropologists are unraveling a deeply embedded ideology, a long-standing European and American racial world view. C. God creating humans has never drawn less than 40 percent in all the years that the people in America have decided upon. D. The idea of race emerged in Europe in the 17 th /18 th century, coinciding with the growth of colonialism and the transatlantic slave trade. E.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course ANTHRO 300 taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at American River.

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