immigrant worlcers, and wage scales seem to drop for native-born Latinos in
areas where immigration is high. This is a more complicated scenario than the
simple loss of jobs accompanying Rustbelt deindustrialization. Immigrants are
ineligible for most gov
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1. Master narrative of history is the European perspectives of when American history initiated which during the
colonization era. To many americans there is certain characteristics that determines whether or not you are
Many Americans decided to cross the Mexican border in search of new land to cultivate cotton.
The mexican government feared that American were taking over there land and weren't abiding
to the regulations therefore mexicans tried to
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. ATTACKS on WORKERS _
- 'REPRESSION OF Wonkmr RIGHTS
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What is "NW-Liberalism"? _
A Brief Deﬁnition _
by Elizabeth Martinez and Arnoldo Garcia '
Updated: February 26th, 2000
"Nee—liberalism" is a set of economic policies that have become widespread
during the last 25 years or so. Although the word is rarely h
HUMAN PROGRES S
. Arawak men and women, naked, tawny, and full of wonder, emerged
from their villages onto the island’s beaches and swam out to get a closer
look at the strange big bear. When Columbus and his sailors came
Whites Swim in Racial Preference
By Tim \Vise, AlterNet
Posted on February 20, 2003, Printed on January 5, 2010
Ask a fish what water is and you'll get no answer. Even if fish were capable of
speech, they would likely
Was-tiom ii1Porl-a11-Pfince, Haiti, in 1926.
A member of the National Society of Dramatic Art, she has been
actively involved in theater, radio, and television. ltr 1980 she
received the Henri Deschamps Award for her social novel Le
Creuset. She has contr
Assignment # 1
What is the master narrative of history?
What is market freedom? What are the different ways workers responded to the
pressures of market freedom?
What kind of historical perspective is Takaki advocating for? Find a quote betwe
What is "Nee-Liberalism"? _
A Brief Definition
by Elizabeth Martinez and Arnoldo Garcia
Updated: February 26th, 2000
'Neo—liberalism" is a set of economic policies that have become widespread
during the last 25 years or so. Although the word 15 rarely hea
Final Study Guide
In-Class Final Exam: Thursday, June 9, 2016 9:10 am-11:10 am
YOUR ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MATERIALS (READINGS, LECTURES, FILMS, CLASS
DISCUSSIONS, ETC.) FROM WEEK 1 TO WEEK 10.
Format (80 points): Short identifications, multip
ETHNIC AND WOMENS STUDIES 404.02
ASIAN AMERICANS CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
Instructor: Jocelyn A. Pacleb, Ph.D.
Class Meetings: TTh 1:00 pm-2:50 pm
Class Room: 6-107
Prerequisite: Junior or Senior Standing
Fulfills GE Synthesis D-4
Office hour: W 10
Film: Then There Were None; Cultural
commodification; historically maps the racial
and class hierarchy in Hawaii: Colonialism &
capitalism; Economic and social structures;
Land encroachment (displace people)
Film: Warriors Born American Samoans in
1. Hapa- used to describe a person of mixed ethnic heritage. Term originates in
Hawaii from the Hawaiian Pidgin word for part or mixed and 1st applied to
Hawaiian & White and now to everyone. In Hawaii, the word refers to any person
of mixed ethnic herita
Response prompts (30 points). Select only ONE prompt and make
sure to address all parts of the prompt. Use class materials (readings,
concepts, lectures, film, etc.) to support your discussion.
From the video seen class, "The Stories We Tell" from t
Midterm #2 Study Guide
On-line Midterm #2: Opens Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 10:00 am and closes Friday,
February 26, 2016 at 10:00 am.
Format (Total 50 points): Short identifications, multiple-choice questions, short essay
YOUR ARE RESPONSI
Midterm #1 Study Guide
On-line Midterm #1: Thursday, January 28, 2016
Format (Total 50 points): Short identifications, multiple-choice questions, short
YOUR ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MATERIALS (READINGS, LECTURES,
FILMS, CLASS DISCUSSIONS,
Select one of the following films/clips: School Ties, Then There Were
None, or the film trailer, Prom Night in Mississippi. Using the
selected film/clip, give
1)one example of the luxury of obliviousness and
2)one example of the paths of least resistance.
Great melting pot: The idea of a melting pot is that multicultural groups live in a society, where
we assimilate to different cultures. The concept essentially is that many cultures blend into one.
In class example: We watched School House Rocks, where th
Sex and Race 99
into enemies, destroys the morals of the one part, and the amor patriae of
the other. . . . Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is
just: that his justice cannot sleep for ever.27
jefferson may have spoken from experienc
Gender and Genitals:
I. The critique of the binary sex system
A. The binary sex system would be a fine, and dare I say convenient, system to live
by if it worked for all people
1. The binary sex system is based around the understanding that