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Japanese-Americans & Racism

.... This racist attitude is based on an arrogance which has its roots in fear --- especially fear on the part of (primarily) white Americans who believe that the ....

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The Political Socialization of African-Americans

.... integration in their neighborhoods' (Reifel, 1994, p. 71). White Americans prefer segregation or low levels of integration. African ....

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Experience of Being White in America

.... Feagin and Sikes (1994) point out, "Racism is central to the lives of white Americans . . . even though many whites deny its presence or effects" (p. 319). ....

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Birth of a Nation

.... of the period, there is no denying that African Americans would be offended by viewing this film, one that depicts them as a threat to white Americans and even ....

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Racism in Birth of a Nation

.... of the period, there is no denying that African Americans would be offended by viewing this film, one that depicts them as a threat to white Americans and even ....

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Different Approaches of King & Malcolm X

.... Cone notes that this dichotomy highlights the fact that Malcolm X was largely a reactor to King, and as King became more accepted by white Americans, Malcolm X ....

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Using America's Ideals as the Basis for Equality

.... King and Douglass claimed that black people had been robbed of their equality by white Americans who refused to acknowledge their own hypocrisy by not ....

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Malcolm X' Relationship with the Nation of Islam

.... separatism was the only viable response to racism.[14] It was only at the end of his life that Malcolm X began to find a role for white Americans in bringing ....

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Diabetes

.... African Americans experience higher rates of complications from diabetes than do White Americans. Diabetic retinopathy is 40 percent ....

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Martin Luther King and Malcolm X

.... Cone notes that this dichotomy highlights the fact that Malcolm X was largely a reactor to King, and as King became more accepted by white Americans, Malcolm X ....

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History of the Black Panther Party

.... This had created a great deal of fearful reaction on the part of white Americans in both North and South. The Black Panther Party ....

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Battle of the Little Big Horn

.... emphasis at the popular tourist attraction is the result of changes in the perception of the battle's meanings for both Native Americans and white Americans. ....

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African Americans in the Colonial Era

.... rights's argument, however, seems to bring up an important question---would white Americans have accepted slavery as easily if there were a supply of, say ....

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Media Coverage of the OJ Simpson Trial

.... A prime example is the reaction of whites to the Fuhrman tapes: "To white Americans, these statements were shocking, beyond belief, utterly difficult to fathom ....

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Japanese Americans in WWII

.... government's habitual maltreatment of minorities, especially minorities whose appearance mark them as "different" from most Americans (ie, white Americans). ....

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Asian Americans Students & Affirmative Action

.... model minority is of a racial minority that has succeeded through education and hard work, and whose income and wealth match or exceed that of white Americans. ....

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Asian Americans Students & Affirmative Action

.... model minority is of a racial minority that has succeeded through education and hard work, and whose income and wealth match or exceed that of white Americans. ....

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African Americans in US Society

African Americans in US Society Introduction The theories offered by Eugene V. Wolfenstein .... colonialism, a rising black bourgeois became co-opted by white elites ....

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Hurricane Katrina

.... Being black in America can still mean dealing with more discrimination and economic hardship than most white Americans have to face. ....

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African Americans & Discrimination

.... One of my white friends defended the fact that African Americans are not more active about activism against racism because they would rather focus on success ....

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Brutal Imagination: Poetry of Cornelius Eady

.... is for black readers to help gain a deeper insight about the ways in which barriers to success are social constructions most often erected by white Americans. ....

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Booker T. Washington

.... In his later life, sensing that white Americans including his supporters and friends were ready to hear the truth, Washington spoke out with frankness and ....

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Who's In Prison?

.... in the US Body Perhaps an easier question than ôWhoÆs in jail?ö in the US would be ôWhoÆs not in jail?ö The answer would be primarily white Americans. ....

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African Americans in Children's Lit

.... or more African Americans, prompting Pirofski to note: “Integration may be the law of the land, but most of the books children see are all white” (3). Such ....

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Poverty in America

.... Almost all white Americans still agree, in spite of hears of hearing about "welfare coddling," that blacks are generally worse off than whites. ....

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Issue of Identity for Black Americans

.... one may notice that heritage, or lack of it, contributes to the white sense of .... Ancient and Modern, In the new vision of the ancestor, African-Americans need to ....

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AFRICAN AMERICANS AND POLITICAL PARTIES

.... African Americans may not be aggressively sought after because they don't vote in the same large numbers that white Jewish voters and senior citizens do. ....

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Economics and African Americans

.... African Americans must turn to large-scale capitalism because of the "vulnerability of blacks to white domination, exploitation and racism" (p. 88). ....

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American History

.... Many white Americans believed that Native Americans were weaker and therefore less deserving of the land they occupied. Individuals ....

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Langston Hughes Poetry

.... This is why in many of Hughes’ poems the word choice takes on much more meaning for African Americans than it does for many white Americans. ....

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