Jog at least a mile a day.
During commercials, do as many push ups as you can.
Whenever Kobe Bryant misses a shot, proceed to do five pushups.
Eat healthy and make sure to drink the protein shake after your workouts.
2. Make sure to try your b
Ethnic Studies 1.21.16
o A slave man who sued for his freedom, and for that of this wife and children, in the slave
state of Missouri.
Argued that he was emancipated due to having lived with his second owner in
the free state of Illinois, a
Ethnic Studies 2.4.16
Manifest Destiny; Philisophical belief that America was on a diving mission to expand westward
across the North American continent, to spread democratic and Protestant ideals from sea to
o Innately superior whites
Ethnic Studies 1.26.16
o Americans were fighting for freedom but had slaves
o Free Europeans who were coming from Europe promised land after a certain amount of
o Poor white
History of America: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Segregation in The New World
Historically, America is known as a land of freedom and opportunity. Immigrants from all
over the world have traveled to America in pur
Gender a term used to categorize people based on their performance of masculinity and
Sex like gender is not biological it is assigned at birth. Different from sexual orientation.
Race is a system of organizing people based on phenotype
- Key to understanding the fluid nature if race and racial hierarchies
- Omi and Wimnant racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial
categories are created, inhabited, transformed and destroyed. (55)
Racial ideology Ra
RACIAL FORMATION IN THE ERA OF MODERNITY
The Posssesive Investment in Whiteness
White superiority was a major issue that heavily affected other races
1. Walter Benjamins Presence of mind helps remind people to worry about the
- An understanding of
Week 7 Readings: Policing
1. Davis, Angela 2003. Are Prisons Obsolete?
Key themes: Slavery
1) Slaves endured poor treatment and underwent social restrictions even after
they were finished with forced labor
2) During the first half of the 20th century anti
Feb. 11, 2016 Ethnic Studies Week 6
*Paper due in 3 weeks
Immigration, Eugenics, White Ethnics, Mexican Americans
U.S. Immigration Legislation (Tyner, 60)
-1907: U.S. Japan Gentlemens Agreement
-Denied entry to Japanese laborers
-1917: Immigration Act
Article III: Toward Slavery and Toward Racism (Edmund Morgan)
Virginians have coped with the problem of getting men not to work for them but simply to
keep them working for their betters: by creating an artificial scarcity of land, which
Article XII: The Geopolitics of Eugenics and the Exclusion of Philippine Immigrants from the
United States (James A. Tyner)
The Geopolitics of Eugenics and the Exclusion of Philippine Immigrants from the United States:
From 1898 to 1936, Philippine immig
Article IV: Slavery, and Slave Law, in Documenting American Violence (2006)
Slavery, and Slave Law,
Though sanctioned by law, slavery was no government program.
Frederick Douglass: the plantation is a little nation of its own, having its own language,
Article XI: Imagining America: Race, Nation, and Imperialism at the Turn of the Century
Imagining America: Race, Nation, and Imperialism at the Turn of the Century:
Literature provided one medium for articulating the sentiments that Nati
Article VII: The Condition and Ulterior Destiny of the Indian Tribes and Indian Removal
and the General Good (Andrew Jackson, Dec. 8, 1829)
The Condition and Ulterior Destiny of the Indian Tribes:
It has long been the policy of Government to introduce am
Article XVII: Anglo-Saxon Ideologies in the 1920s-1930s: The Impact on the Segregation of
Mexican Students in California (Martha Menchaca and Richard R. Valencia)
Anglo-Saxon Ideologies in the 1920s-1930s: The Impact on the Segregation of Mexican Students
Article XV: The Riddle of the Zoot: Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics During World
War II (Robin Kelley)
The Riddle of the Zoot: Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics During World War II:
World War II was a critical turning point not only f
Article XIX: The Ballot or the Bullet (Malcolm X)
The Ballot or the Bullet:
Now in speaking like this, it doesnt mean that were anti-white, but it does mean were
anti-exploitation, were anti-degradation, were anti-oppression. And if the white man
Article XXII: The Hispanic Challenge (Samuel P. Huntington)
The Hispanic Challenge:
Mexicans and other Latinos have not assimilated into mainstream U.S.
American was created in the 17th-18th century.
The religion moved from Protestant to Christian.
Midterm Key Terms:
1. Racial Worldview: The racial worldview is a way of perceiving the worlds peoples as
being divided into exclusive and discrete groups, called races, that are ranked hierarchically
vis-vis (in relation to) one another.2A race is a conc