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Michael Kaye Dr. Radcliffe AFRO 335: History of Racism 9 December 2009 Race the Power of an Illusion: The Story We Tell (Answers) What is the connection of American slavery to prejudices against African descended peoples? Why does race persist after aboli
CLASS ACTIVITY HISTORY OF RACISM 335 Look around the room or around your community. Who do you think is likely to be most similar to you, biologically or genetically? Why? Excluding your immediate family members, are you more likely to be genetically like
Old World vs. New and the Development of the Idea of Race and White Supremacy
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Ten Things Everyone Should Know about Race 1. Race is a modern idea. Ancient societies, like the Greeks, did not divide people according to physical differences, but according to religion, status, class or even language. The English word "race" turns up f
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HISTORY OF RACISM DR. KENDAHL RADCLIFFE CAL STATE FULLERTON AFRO ETHNIC STUDIES FALL 2009 (Syllabus may be revised) Office: HUM 324E Kradcliffe@fullerton.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 10:30-1:30 Ext. 2798 Re: Furloughs and Class Meeting Times Section 10106- M
Kaye 1 Michael Kaye Dr. Radcliffe AFRO 335: History of Racism 14 October 2009 Film: Africans in America-Questions 1. 2.A) Who benefitted from the establishment of British colonies in the Americas? Anglo Saxon, wealthy, landowning men benefitted from the c