Med school enrollment 2010 49 doctors 278 in 2006

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Med School enrollment 2010, 49%; doctors 27.8% in 2006. Engineers ~18%
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New argument of a colorblind society – Bonilla Silva a.i.1. Abstract liberalism a.i.1.a. Should be about equality a.i.1.b. Meritocracy a.i.1.c. Shouldn’t force these things a.i.1.d. Individualism (linked to capitalism) a.i.2. Naturalization a.i.2.a. Residential segregation, choice of friends/partners a.i.3. Cultural racism a.i.3.a. Don’t have it all together, cultural deficiency a.i.4. Minimization of racism a.i.4.a. Things are better, discrimination doesn’t happen anymore
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Abstract liberalism Scenario “Should be about equality” Two people are debating about Affirmative Action and how it doesn’t follow the principles of equality and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said that someone should be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. Scenario Meritocracy One person is arguing that their family earned all their wealth and that their parents just chose to live in a better neighborhood and that earned it. Naturalization Scenario - Residential segregation, choice of friends/partners – Create a scenario where people are talking about their neighborhoods and that “birds of a feather naturally flock together.” Cultural racism , Create a scenario where folks are discussing that Asians are smarter and other minorities just “don’t value an education” as much. Minimization of racism , Create a scenario where two people are talking and one person tells a story of an acquaintance that didn’t get a promotion possibly because of racial discrimination, the other person minimizes it by saying that it’s probably because they didn’t work hard enough or didn’t perform well enough. Scenario - Things are better, discrimination doesn’t happen anymore, Create a scenario where one person shares this headline, “A new study shows that 65% of African Americans still believe that racism exist.” The other person argues that things aren’t as bad as they used to be and that people really aren’t racist anymore.
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