7 How have the symbols of the traditional Loteria been transformed to challenge

7 how have the symbols of the traditional loteria

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7. How have the symbols of the "traditional" Loteria been transformed to challenge gender and sexuality norms? Identify and discuss specific images as examples. For instance, for el valiente, the idea that men need to protect others, or based on the image, the idea that men should be aggressive 8. What was the eugenics movement? How did the eugenics movement influence the involuntary sterilization or sterilization abuse of Mexican-origin and Puerto Rican women? it was a movement to "improve" the human race by promoting the reproduction of humans with "superior" characteristics and preventing the reproduction of humans with "inferior" characteristics. 9. How did medical personnel perceive and justify sterilization abuse of Mexican-origin and Puerto Rican women? Medical personnel
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targeted their subjects according to race, class, and gender. Poor women of color were coercively sterilized. Medical personnel justified sterilization abuse of Mexican-origin and PR women with the stigma of “overpopulated” low-income minorities. Some doctors believed in population control and others admittedly held strong views about class prejudice, others believed that all persons on welfare should have their tubes tied. Other programs reflected the department’s attempt to cut the birthrate of the Mexican and African American Populations who made up the majority of the hospital’s patients. For example, Dr. Quilligan claimed that poor minority women in Los Angeles County “were having too many babies,” that it was placing a “strain on society.” And that it was “socially desirable” that women be sterilized. 10. Identify strategies used by medical personnel at LACMC that led to involuntary sterilization or sterilization abuse of Mexican-origin and Puerto Rican women. 1. Doctors approached women during labor and forced them to sign the consent in exchange of painkillers. 2. Spanish speaking women were manipulated into signing. 3. Doctors and nurses did not fully explain the irreversible nature of the sterilization procedure. 4. Steralization was done without the knowledge of women 5. Doctor's approached the husbands and warn them that their wive's health were in danger in hopes that they would make their wives sign the consent. 11. What was the Madrigal v. Quilligan case? What were the arguments on both sides of the case? What decision was made regarding the case? Madrigal v. Quilligan was the sterilization abuse of Mexican Origin women in the U.S. The madrigal lawyers argued in court that the sterilization of women without their
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