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Joseph Wallace Ethnic Studies 102 Dr. Fong 3/17/10 ID Assignment Internal Colonialism- The Theory of Internal Colonialism attempts to analyze and expose the history of racism. It also explains the oppression of African Americans and those of other races in the United States. It contains some strategies for the elimination of racism. The origin of this theory comes from anti-colonial and anti-imperial movements in the third world. Bohmer, Peter. "The Theory of Internal Colonialism." (1998): n. pag. Web. 16 Mar 2010. <http://academic.evergreen.edu/b/bohmerp/internalcolony.htm>. Ethnic Enclave- Ethnic Enclaves are neighborhoods that retain a certain cultural distinction form the rest of the city as a whole. Immigrants typically settled in neighborhoods together and kept a form of cultural identity. Enclaves that one may recognize is a “china Town” in the city or a “little Italy”. It is a place that keeps some of the traditions and ways of a culture in tact even though it is in a foreign location. Immigrant Enclaves and Ethnic Enclaves in New York and Los Angeles." John R. Logan American Sociological Review, Vol. 115, (April) pp. 299–322 Justin Lin- Justin Lin is a famous Director originally from Taipei, but grew up in California. He attended the University of California Los Angeles and earned his MFA in
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film directing. He worked on the film Annapolis and directed The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. He has had a very successful career thus far and is likely to continue in that direction. Carroll, Larry. "Justin Lin." (2005): n. pag. Web. 16 Mar 2010. <http://www.mtv.com/movies/news/articles/1504202/06152005 Barbara Jordan- In 1966 Barbara Jordan became the first African American state senator since 1883 and the first black woman to serve in that body. In 1972, she was elected to the United States House of Representatives, becoming the first black woman from a Southern state to serve in the House. She was a very influential politician who actually delivered a speech at the Democratic National Convention and she was the first African- American woman to do so. Rogers, Mary Beth: Barbara Jordan: American Hero. Bantam, 2000 Kwanzaa- Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration in the United States celebrating African heritage and culture. People celebrating usually light a Kinara, or a candleholder. It is celebrated from December 26 th to January 1 st every year. It was created by Ron Karenga as he wanted to give blacks an alternate holiday to celebrate rather than the ones that dominate mainstream culture. J. Lawrence Scholer, "The story of Kwanzaa",
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