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e how racism is transmitted and either ampliﬁed or mitigated through public,
private, and community institutions;
e how individuals internalize and respond to racialized structures. The structural racism lens allows us to see that, as a society, we more or less take for
granted a context of white leadership, dominance, and privilege. This dominant consensus
on race is the frame that shapes our attitudes and judgments about social issues. It has
come about as a result of the way that historically accumulated white privilege, national
values, and contemporary culture have interacted so as to preserve the gaps between white
Americans and Americans of color. We now turn to a discussion of each of these. STRUCTURAL RACISM PRODUCES RACIALIZED OUTCOMES
T H E C O N T E X T: T H E D O M I N A N T C O N S E N S U S O N R A C E White
Culture THE CURRENT MANIFESTATIONS: SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL DYNAMICS Processes That Maintain
Racial Hierarchies Racialized Public Policies
and Institutional Practices THE OUTCOMES: RACIAL DISPARITIES Racial...
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- Spring '14