Civil Rights Notes
- Organisation that believed in integration, working together with
the white establishment, involved many black preachers
- Prior to being named NAACP it was known as the Niagara
- Founded 9th February 1909
- Oldest and
A Class Divided: DISCUSSION TOPICS: Answer the following questions in
1. What did you learn about prejudice and discrimination? What scene or scenes do you
think you'll still remember a month from now and why those s
Answer the following questions as you watch the film.
1. In what town, and in what year, did Pete Hernndez kill Joe Espinosa?
Edna, Texas, 1941
2. How did the United States gain control of large amounts of Me
Study Guide for Exam 1
1. Discuss the four basic thrusts of the student movement which led
to the founding of Black Studies. The four basic thrusts of the
student movement are civil rights, free speech, anti-Vietnam,
black power. Aims of the Civ
The Myth of Race Notes
In the Myth of Race we learned a lot of new and interesting information about our race.
He discusses how Blooming Boggs theory is said to be incorrect. Africa is grandparent
and other four countr
Brazil in Black and White Questions
How does a society guarantee equal opportunity for its people? Does affirmative action work?
A society guarantees equal opportunity for its people by making everything equally accessible
Life on the Color Line: The True Story of A White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black.
1. As you read, think about your own identity, and what determines who you
are? How would you feel if your world was suddenly turned upside down a
Dr. Allen Race Relations: Humn 366 AAAS/Sociology 2511
What stands out for you most right now about the film?
The thing that stands out the most to me in the film (especially in the
beginning) is the anxiousn
1. The autoworkers interviewed in the film defend Ron Ebens, saying that they are not
prejudiced against the Japanese or Chinese. They insist that the issue (the auto "trade war" with
Japan) was purely econo
In The Whitemans Image (Questions:)
During the years the Indian Schools were operating, what was happening on NA
Reservations were not in good shape because of sickness/disease and lack of
resources. They were he
My name is Jacob Papillion and I am 20 years old. My race is Black and my ethnic background
is of creole descent. I would say that some of my ancestors did come to this country involuntarily
though I dont kno
Cognitive restructuring is the emotional process teachers need to engage
in to become culturally responsive and racially aware. This process
comprises two dimensions self-reflection and exploration.
Self-reflection is essential in order for te
ISSUES TO CONSIDER
How does a society guarantee equal opportunity for its people?
Does affirmative action work?
What is affirmative action? How does a quota system work? How might a quota
system increase racial tensions in a country that has
Exam 1 Material
Looking to the African people and their history provides great
insight to the difficulties facing Human Rights. Without the aid of
foreign nations basic human rights will never be established for
those in Africa. However the long histor
Sports and race relations
Todays class discussion was on race in sports. We started the
discussion about mentioning Harry T. Edwards a sociologist who wrote a
book on sports and race relations. Then we addressed why there are so many
Birth of a Nation Notes
Film by Thomas Dixon Jr entitled The Clansman At 25 cents a head
The movie had spectacular scenes and a lengthy version of Americas Civil
greatest motion picture of all time
Southern life being lost a
Final Exam Material
1. Define religion and list some of the major African American
- Religion is the thought, belief and practice concerned
with the transcendent and the ultimate questions of life.
The religious traditions
Eating Disorders: An Overview
Two Major Types of DSM-IV Eating Disorders
Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa
Both involve severe disruptions in eating behavior
Both involve extreme fear and apprehension about gaining weight