Reading 5-Drawing the Color Line, Howard Zinn
Practice Quiz 1
1. Which of the following contributed to the acceptance of Black slavery by early American
A. Indians could not be forced to work for them.
B. There were not enough White servants to
The History and Significance of Race in America Unit 4 Quiz
Prompt #1 and Prompt #2 - 11/12/12
American society for many years have been disinfranchising and discriminating
against minority people. To say that the country is in dan
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Brent Fragola, Vincent Giardelli, Alex Charles, Jeff
Heckman,Christian Wenner,Brian Hughes
The Present State of African Americans
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Wen Ting Lu
Americans held conflicting views on Chinese
immigration from the beginning.
o European Settlers unwilling to tolerate alien cu
African proverbs on Peace and Leadership
Peace is costly but it is worth the expense. ~Kenyan proverb
War has no eyes ~ Swahili saying
When a king has good counselors, his reign is peaceful. ~Ashanti proverb
Peace does not make a good ruler. ~
Alexa Gensiejewski, Bradley Botch, Lauren Carrasquillo, and Marlee Geiger
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Donela C. Wright, AAS 0829, section 08
10/27/12 2:00 pm
October SEA Report
We went to the Philadelphia Museum of Art as our activity for this month. M
The Hist. and Sig. of Race in America
September 3, 2012
Chapter 2 Outline: The Etymology of the Term Race in the English Language
The Fifteenth Century
- Western and Northern Europe started to venture into the world instead
21st Century Environmental Protection
Despite significant improvements in environmental protection over the past
several decades, millions of Americans continue to live, work, play and go to
school in unsafe and unhealthy physical environments.
Environmental Justice is a movement that began in the U.S. in the 1980s and
seeks an end to environmental racism and prevent low-income and minority
communities from an unbalanced exposure to highways, garbage dumps, and
The Possessive Investment in Whiteness
There is a destructive consequence of white identity.
Racism changes over time on different forms and serving different social purposes
in different areas.
Whites have social and economic privilege as a result of rac
130, 000 Arabs had immigrated to the United States by the 1930s.
Approximately 350,000 persons of Arab background in the U.S. on the eve of
World War II.
The Arab-American population in the U.S. has been a significant presence in this
Why did immigrants sometimes view domestic work more favorably than American
1. As industrialization advanced in Europe, the hiring of servants became an integral part
of the life-style of the new middle class.
2. Poverty and overpopulation
The norms are called the norms of equal treatment.
Question on survey: Should blacks and whites go to the same school?
Answers run the gamut but most blacks and whites fall in the middle. Some agreement
and some conflict with the issue. They are con