Multiple Choice Questions : 1. According to Hawley and Flint, _______________ depictions of Black masculinity have been used to justify state-sanctioned violence against Black men and boys. a. alternative b. animalistic c. anatomical d. anachronistic 2. According to Hawley and Flint, Black boys and youth become targets of violence because they are _______________. a. less mature than their White peers b. more likely than White peers to own firearms c. less likely than White peers to be viewed as children d. more likely than White peers to practice traditional spirituality 3. According to Hawley and Flint, the _______________ caricature is harmful because it both dehumanizes and suggests that, even as a spiritual being, a Black person’s purpose is to serve White people. 4. As trauma chaplains, Hawley and Flint have observed that _______________. patients who do not wish to receive chaplaincy services c. Black health care is at least as effective as that received by White Americans d. health care workers stereotype Black patients as more susceptible to pain 5. Hawley and Flint argue that when Black male bodies are constructed in the American psyche as problems to be solved, they _______________. Answer the following question : 1. How do Hawley and Flint connect Darren Wilson’s grand jury testimony to historic justifications for Black enslavement? What underlying message about Black men do these have in common? Optional Explore Further : The Hate U Give Trailer and short commentaries available at: Washington Post Police Shootings Database Use the database
filters to explore characteristics of individuals shot by police in recent years. Compare your findings against U.S. population characteristics. (The population of the United States as of January 1, 2019, is approximately 328 million. Black men make up approximately 6 percent of the U.S. population.)
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