9/11: Five years later / TYPECASTING MUSLIMS AS A RACE
September 03, 2006|By Matthai Chakko Kuruvila, Chronicle Religion Writer
Dailyah Patt, who was born in Modesto and is white, is told that she must be Palestinian, or to go
back to her own country, whe
Learning to be:
I can not exactly say that growing up, as a white male was a difficult thing;
compared to other races and genders, I have it the best off. One particular thing that
stood out when growing up was the intense cultural push to be manly, as un
What is America? Who is American?
Not many typical people ask themselves who is truly American because the
answer seems so simple; someone who is born in America with American citizenship is
therefore technically American. However I believe this definitio
What is Racism?
Many different ways to define racism-Beverly Daniel Tatum
-Two ways think of race:
Prejudice, system of advantages.
This is seen in the story of Leonard Pitts Jr.
Black boy is racially profiled.
THESIS: Instances systematic advantag
The indigenous people of the world were shown in industrialized civilizations
because they represented another type of human, that was half animal. Because this was
the age of exploration, people were fascinated by the idea of an uncivilize
1)What is race?
Classification everyone , Hierarchy, conceptual way of thinking, socially and historically specific, how you see
yourself and how others see you, way to categorize. Erases Ethnicity
2) When was race invented? 1700 for hierarchy keep black
Are Muslims the New Black?
The July 21, 2008 cover of the New Yorker depicts Barak Obama, still in the
running for president at the time, dressed in stereotypical Muslim clothing, and his wife,
Michelle, covered in violent revolutionary pant
Promoting Racial and Social Justice
My idea of a racially just society is that of one where people are recognized for
their differences, because I know we will want to be, but not automatically judged by the
way they appear. In this society there would be