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Seeing white : an introduction to white privilege and race / by Halley, Jean O'Malley,1967-author.; Eshleman, Amy,1974-author.; Vijaya, Ramya Mahadevan,1974-author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 The Invisibility of Whiteness -- Chapter 2 Scientific Endeavors to Study Race: Race Is Not Rooted in Biology -- Chapter 3 Race and the Social Construction of Whiteness -- Chapter 4 White Supremacy and Other Forms of Everyday Racism -- Chapter 5 Ways of Seeing Power and Privilege -- Chapter 6 Socioeconomic Class and White Privilege -- Chapter 7 (Not) Teaching Race -- Chapter 8 (White) Workplaces -- Chapter 9 The Race of Public Policy -- Chapter 10 Looking Forward – Bibliography – Index -- About the Authors.This interdisciplinary textbook challenges students to see race as everyone's issue. Drawing on sociology, psychology, history, and economics, Seeing White introduces students to the concepts of white privilege and social power.Seeing White is designed to help break down some of the resistance students feel in discussing race. Each chapter opens with compelling concrete examples to help students approach issues from a range of perspectives. The early chapters build a solid understanding of privilege and power, leading to a critical exploration of discrimination. Key theoretical perspectives include cultural materialism, critical race theory, and the social construction of race.Each chapter includes discussion questions to help students evaluate institutions and policies that perpetuate or counter forces of privilege and discrimination.The website www.seeingwhite.org includes multidisciplinary demonstrations, activities, examples, and images for researchers and instructors who seek to explain racism and reveal white privilege. -- provided by publisher.Description based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Race discrimination.; Race awareness.;
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Seeing white : an introduction to white privilege and race / by Halley, Jean O'Malley,1967-author.; Eshleman, Amy,1974-author.; Vijaya, Ramya Mahadevan,1974-author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 The Invisibility of Whiteness -- Chapter 2 Scientific Endeavors to Study Race: Race Is Not Rooted in Biology -- Chapter 3 Race and the Social Construction of Whiteness -- Chapter 4 White Supremacy and Other Forms of Everyday Racism -- Chapter 5 Ways of Seeing Power and Privilege -- Chapter 6 Socioeconomic Class and White Privilege -- Chapter 7 (Not) Teaching Race -- Chapter 8 (White) Workplaces -- Chapter 9 The Race of Public Policy -- Chapter 10 Looking Forward – Bibliography – Index -- About the Authors.This interdisciplinary textbook challenges students to see race as everyone's issue. Drawing on sociology, psychology, history, and economics, Seeing White introduces students to the concepts of white privilege and social power.Seeing White is designed to help break down some of the resistance students feel in discussing race. Each chapter opens with compelling concrete examples to help students approach issues from a range of perspectives. The early chapters build a solid understanding of privilege and power, leading to a critical exploration of discrimination. Key theoretical perspectives include cultural materialism, critical race theory, and the social construction of race.Each chapter includes discussion questions to help students evaluate institutions and policies that perpetuate or counter forces of privilege and discrimination.The website www.seeingwhite.org includes multidisciplinary demonstrations, activities, examples, and images for researchers and instructors who seek to explain racism and reveal white privilege. --
Subjects: Race awareness.; White people; Race discrimination.;
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No matter what-- they'll call this book racist : how our fear of talking honestly about race hurts us all / by Stein, Harry,1948-;
Racism today, racism tomorrow, racism forever -- Media enablers and other race mongers -- Let's pretend no. 1: Affirmative action is reasonable, not racist -- Booker T. Washington: the neglected prophet -- It's not brains, stupid, it's culture -- Let's present no. 2: Fathers don't matter -- Let's pretend no. 3: Crime has nothing to do with race -- Let's pretend no. 4: Multiculturalism makes for better education -- Let's pretend no. 5: "Acting white" is a problem (not the solution) -- Black conservatives: the heroes-- and hope-- of our time.Stein attacks the rigid prohibitions that have long governed the conversation about race, not to offend or shock but to provoke the serious thinking that liberal enforcers have until now rendered impossible. Stein examines the ways in which the regime of racial preferences has sown division, corruption, and resentment in this country.
Subjects: Race discrimination;
© 2012., Encounter Books,
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Getting smart about race : an American conversation / by Andersen, Margaret L.,author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Race: a thoroughly social idea -- Feeling race in everyday life -- Who, Me? I'm not a racist, but... -- What did you say? Contesting commonsense racism -- But that was then-I didn't have anything to do with it -- Getting smart about race, then doing something about it -- Finding commmon ground: questions for conversation.The author states in the introduction to the book, "I want this book to provide the general public with an accessible overview of what we know about racial inequality--what race is (and is not); the impact of racism on people's daily lives; and how our attitudes and beliefs are shaped by prejudice and racism.
Subjects: Race discrimination; Equality;
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To kill a mockingbird [videorecording] / by Foote, Horton.; Pakula, Alan J.,1928-1998.; Mulligan, Robert,1925-2008.; Peck, Gregory,1916-2003.; Badham, Mary,1952-; Evans, Estelle.; Hale, Richard,1893-1981.; Denton, Crahan,1914-1966.; Windom, William,1923-; Duvall, Robert.; Ghostley, Alice,1926-2007.; Anderson, James,1921-1969.; Alford, Phillip.; Wilcox Paxton, Collin,1935-2009.; Murphy, Rosemary.; Megna, John.; Overton, Frank,1918-1967.; White, Ruth,1914-1969.; Peters, Brock.; Fix, Paul,1901-1983.; Lee, Harper.To kill a mockingbird.; Brentwood Productions, Inc.; Universal-International (Firm);
DVD; widescreen ; dual-layer.Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Phillip Alford, John Megna, Ruth White, Paul Fix, Brock Peters, Frank Overton, Rosemary Murphy, Collin Wilcox, Estelle Evans, James Anderson, Alice Ghostley, Robert Duvall, William Windom, Crahan Denton, Richard Hale.Director of photography, Russell Harlan; film editor, Aaron Stell; music, Elmer Bernstein.The setting is a dusty Southern town during the Depression. A white woman accuses a black man of rape. Though he is obviously innocent, the outcome of his trial is such a foregone conclusion that no lawyer will step forward to defend him-- except the town's most distinguished citizen. His compassionate defense costs him many friendships but earns him the respect and admiration of his two motherless children.Not rated.3 Academy Awards in 1962 including Best Actor.
Subjects: Feature films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Finch, Atticus (Fictitious character); Race discrimination; Racism; Trials (Rape);
© c2006., Universal,
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The war against the Jews, 1933-1945 / by Dawidowicz, Lucy S.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-456) and index.Introduction to the Tenth Anniversary Edition -- Subject: Definitions and contours -- Jews in Hitler's mental world -- Anti-Semitism in modern Germany -- Phase One: Anti-Jewish legislation, 1933-1935 -- SS: Instrument of the final solution -- Foreign policy, race, and war -- Phase Two: From internal war to world war -- Annihilation camps: Kingdom of death -- Retrospective view -- Between freedom and ghetto: The Jews in Germany, 193301938 -- Death and life in the east European ghettos -- Official community: From Kehilla to Judenrat -- Alternative community -- Countercommunity: The political underground -- Who shall live, who shall die -- "For your freedom and ours" -- Jewish behavior in crisis and extremity.Details the origins, growth and implementation of Nazi Germany's plan to annihilate European Jewry and the various responses of individual Jews and organized Jewish communities to the Holocaust through its several stages in ghettos and death camps.
Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Antisemitism; Race discrimination;
© 1986, ©1975., Bantam Books,
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The Algiers Motel incident / by Hersey, John,1914-1993.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages xix-xx).Introduction: John Hersey and the tragedy of race / Thomas J. Sugrue -- The odor of a case: July 26-31 -- Three cops and three days: July 23-5 -- Auburey and his circle -- Confession: July 31 -- The Algiers Motel incident: July 25-6 -- Aftermath: July 31 and after.Thirty years ago, three black men were killed and nine other people brutally beaten by, as John Hersey describes it , an "aggregate of Detroit police, Michigan State Troopers, National Guardsmen, and private guards who had been directed to the scene." Responding to a telephoned report of sniping, the police group invaded the Algiers Motel and interrogated ten black men and two white women, none of whom were armed, for an hour. By the time the interrogators left, three men had been shot to death and the others, including the women, beaten.
Subjects: Riots; Police brutality; Police shootings; Race discrimination; Discrimination in law enforcement;
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Racial & Ethnic Relations in America / by Mack-Williams, Kibibi,1955-editor.; Shally-Jensen, Michael,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.VOLUME 1 -- Ability testing and bias -- Abolition movement -- Aboriginal Canadians -- Accent discrimination -- Accommodationism -- Acculturation, generational -- Adarand Constructors v. Pena -- Adolescent ethnic identity -- Affirmative action -- African American Baptist Church -- African American cowboys -- African American-American Indian relations -- African Americans: an overview -- African Americans: cultural impact -- African Americans: education -- African Americans: employment -- African Americans: families and socialization -- African Americans: film -- African Americans: in the Civil War -- African Americans: literature -- African Americans: music -- African Americans: stereotypes -- African Americans: women and social equality -- African Canadians -- Afro-Caribbeans -- Afrocentrism -- AIDS conspiracy theory -- Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Claims Settlement -- Alcatraz Island occupation -- Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education -- Alianza Federal de Mercedes -- Alien land laws -- Alienation, racial and ethnic -- Allotment system -- AME Church -- AME Zion Church -- Amerasian Homecoming Act -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Colonization Society -- American Council on Race Relations -- American Indian activism -- American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month -- American Indian civil rights -- American Indian Civil Rights Act -- American Indian Defense Association (AIDA) -- American Indian Movement -- American Indian Policy Review Commission -- American Indian Religious Freedom Act -- American Indian slavery -- American Indians: agriculture -- American Indians: an overview -- American Indians: dance and music -- VOLUME 3 -- Politics and racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Politics of hate -- Poll tax -- Poor People's March on Washington -- Pope's Revolt -- Popular media: portrayals of race and ethnicity -- Positive ethnocentrism -- Post-Columbian West Indies uprisings -- "Post-racial" or "color-blind" society -- Poverty and race -- Power elite -- Powwows -- Prejudice and discrimination: Merton's paradigm -- Prejudice and stereotyping -- Prejudice: effects -- Prejudice: reduction -- Presidential election of 2012 -- President's Committee on Civil Rights (1946) -- Proclamation of 1763 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proposition 187 -- Proposition 209 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proslavery argument -- Protestant holidays and celebrations -- Psychological theories of intergroup relations -- Psychology of racism -- Public Law 280 -- Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund -- Puerto Rico -- Push and pull factors (race relations) -- Quotas and race relations -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Race as a concept -- Race card -- Race relations cycle -- Race riots of 1866 -- Race riots of 1943 -- Race riots in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries -- Race-class debate -- Race-neutrality -- Racial and ethnic demographics in Canada -- Racial and ethnic demographics trends -- Racial and ethnic tolerance -- Racial formation theory -- Racial hierarchy -- Racial profiling: an overview -- Racial propaganda -- Racial/ethnic jokes and humor -- Racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Racial/ethnic relations: theoretical overview -- Racial formation theory -- Racial profiling -- Racism as a "system of advantage" -- Racism as an ideology -- Racism: changing nature over time -- Racism: history of the concept -- "Racial" versus "ethnic" -- Rainbow PUSH Coalition -- Reapportionment cases -- Reconstruction -- Red Scare -- Redemption period -- Redistricting -- Redlining -- Redress movement -- Refugee fatigue -- Refugees and racial/ethnic relations -- Refugees, US policy on -- Reitman v. Mulkey -- Relative deprivation theory -- Religion-based ethnicities -- Relocation of American Indians -- Reparations for slavery -- Repatriation -- Representation: gerrymandering, malapportionment, and reapportionment -- Reservation system of the United States -- Reserve system of Canada -- Restitution to Native Americans -- Restrictive or racial covenants -- Retribalization -- "Reverse" racism -- Reynolds v. Sims -- Richmond v. J. A. Croson Company -- Riel Rebellions -- Roldan v. Los Angeles County -- Roma -- Roosevelt coalition -- Rosenberg trial -- Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) -- Runyon v. McCrary -- Russian Americans -- Sacco and Vanzetti trial -- Sanctuary movement -- Sand Creek massacre (1864) -- Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez -- Santeria -- Scandinavian Americans -- "Scientific" racism -- Scots-Irish "race" -- Scott v. Sandford -- Scottsboro trials --Segmented assimilation theory -- Segregation in American history -- Segregation on the frontier -- Segregation versus integration -- Self-determination and ethnicity in the US -- Self-identification among Asian Americans -- Self-identification among Latinos -- Self-segregation -- Sell-out -- Selma-Montgomery march -- Seminole Wars -- Separatism -- Separatist movement in Quebec -- Sephardic Jewish Americans -- Set-asides -- Settlement houses -- Sexual fears and racism -- Sharecropping -- Shaw v. Reno -- Shelley v. Kraemer -- Sikhs in Canada -- Sikhs in the United States -- Simpson trial -- Sioux War -- Skinheads -- Slave codes -- Slave rebellions -- Slavery -- Slavery and race relations -- Slavery and the justice system -- Slavery in the early development of North America -- Smith v. Allwright -- Social Darwinism and racism -- Social identity theory and race relations -- Social mobility and race -- Social perception of others -- Social rearticulation -- Social stratification theories -- Socialization and reference groups -- Society of American Indians -- Sociobiology and race -- Somatic norm theory -- Soul as a concept -- South Carolina Statehouse Confederate Flag Controversy -- Southern Conference for Human Welfare -- Southwest Voter Registration Education Project -- Soviet Jewish immigrants -- Split labor market theory -- Sports and racial relations -- Standardized testing and IQ testing controversies -- Standing Bear v. Crook -- Status Indians -- Stereotype -- Stereotyping and the self-fulfilling prophecy -- Stop and frisk -- Structural assimilation -- Structural racism -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- Subordinate group -- Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders -- Supreme Court and ethnic representation -- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education -- Sweatt v. Painter -- Symbolic interactionism (racial and ethnic issues) -- Symbolic racism -- Syncretism -- Taiwanese Americans -- Talented Tenth - Tecumseh's Rebellion -- Termination Resolution -- Teutonic "race" -- Third World strike - Thomas/Hill hearings -- Three-fifths compromise -- Tibetans in North America -- Tokenism -- Tolerance -- Trail of Broken Treaties -- Trail of Tears -- Transnationalism and ethnonationalism -- Transracial adoption in the US -- Treaties and agreements with Aboriginal peoples in Canada -- Treaties and agreements with American Indians of the United States -- Tribal councils -- Tribal courts -- Tribal sovereignty -- Tribalism -- Triple oppression -- Turner's slave insurrection -- Tuskegee Airmen -- Tuskegee experiment -- Twice migrants -- Tydings-McDuffie Act -- Unarmed black killings by whites in the twenty-first century -- Underclass theories -- Underground Railroad -- Undocumented immigration -- Undocumented/unauthorized worker/migrant -- United Farm Workers -- United Jewish Appeal -- United Negro College Fund (UNCF) -- United States Commission on Civil Rights -- United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind -- United States v. Kagama -- United States v. Reese -- United States v. Washington -- United Steelworkers of America v. Weber -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Urban Indians -- Urban underclass and the rural poor -- USA Freedom Act -- Vietnamese Americans -- Vietnamese Canadians -- Visible minority allophones in Canada -- Voter restriction laws and initiatives -- Voting Rights Act of 1965 -- Voting rights of American Indians -- Voting right of Canadian aboriginals -- War Brides Act -- War on terrorism -- Wards Cove Packing Company v. Atonio -- Washington v. Davis -- Water rights and racial relations -- Watts riot -- Weber v. Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation -- "Welfare queen" stereotype -- Welfare reform and racial/ethnic relations -- Welfare reforms of 1996 -- Welfare stereotypes -- Welfare's impact on racial/ethnic relations -- West Indian Americans -- White "race" -- White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) -- White Aryan Brotherhood -- White church -- White ethnics -- White flight -- White man's burden -- White Paper of 1969 -- White supremacist groups in the US -- White trash -- Whites -- Wilson-Willie debate -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Women and racism -- Women of All Red Nations -- Women of color -- Wong Kim Ark v. United States -- Work ethic and race relations -- Workplace Teams and Diversity -- Wounded Knee massacre (1890) -- Wounded Knee occupation (1973) -- Xenophobia, nativism, and eugenics -- Yellow peril campaign -- Yellow Power -- Young Lords -- Youth gangs -- Zionism -- Zoning and race relations -- Zoot-suit riots -- Appendixes -- Time Line of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Categorized List of Entries -- Pioneers of Intergroup Relations -- Bibliography of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Index."The three volumes of Racial & Ethnic Relations in America discuss the history of race relations in America, and provide new insight into racial relations and tensions seen in our cities, in the media, and on the minds of Americans today. Over 900 entries present clear, detailed descriptions of ideas and theories, descriptions of people and events, and essential facts about court cases, laws and movements. This new edition features a full update of existing material, taking into consideration new terms and language regarding race. Hundreds of articles have been added to this edition, including: Black Lives Matter, Black LGBTQ, Violence in Black Communities, Black Education Achievement Gap, Black Mass Incarceration, Inner City Youth Employment Crisis, Victimology and Black Reparations, and White on Black Killings. Four broad article types present detailed material in a clear, understandable language: theory articles discuss how racial groups are formed, how they change over time, how they relate to one another, and how they affect their members ; history articles provide readers with easy access to a wealth of articles on the historical background of race and ethnicity ; current events & issues offers coverage of the hot topics of today's American societies in a format that enables readers to delve more deeply into many of the key issues affecting our ability to interrelate with peoples of different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Pioneers of Intergroup Relations provides sketches of individuals who have been especially influential in shaping relations among racial and ethnic groups. Additional supplementary materials include a Timeline, Bibliography, Personages Index, and a Subject Index. Designed for high school students, undergraduates, and public library patrons, this updated resource illuminates the many concepts, themes, and issues in race relations in America, both from a historical perspective and in today's modern society. This important work will be a useful addition to high school, university, community college, and public libraries, as well as for history and ethnic studies collections of all sizes"--Provided by publisher.10-A.
Subjects: Minorities; Racism; Race discrimination ; Race relations;
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Racial & ethnic relations in America / by Mack-Williams, Kibibi,1955-editor.; Shally-Jensen, Michael,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.VOLUME 1 -- Ability testing and bias -- Abolition movement -- Aboriginal Canadians -- Accent discrimination -- Accommodationism -- Acculturation, generational -- Adarand Constructors v. Pena -- Adolescent ethnic identity -- Affirmative action -- African American Baptist Church -- African American cowboys -- African American-American Indian relations -- African Americans: an overview -- African Americans: cultural impact -- African Americans: education -- African Americans: employment -- African Americans: families and socialization -- African Americans: film -- African Americans: in the Civil War -- African Americans: literature -- African Americans: music -- African Americans: stereotypes -- African Americans: women and social equality -- African Canadians -- Afro-Caribbeans -- Afrocentrism -- AIDS conspiracy theory -- Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Claims Settlement -- Alcatraz Island occupation -- Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education -- Alianza Federal de Mercedes -- Alien land laws -- Alienation, racial and ethnic -- Allotment system -- AME Church -- AME Zion Church -- Amerasian Homecoming Act -- American Anti-Slavery Society -- American Colonization Society -- American Council on Race Relations -- American Indian activism -- American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month -- American Indian civil rights -- American Indian Civil Rights Act -- American Indian Defense Association (AIDA) -- American Indian Movement -- American Indian Policy Review Commission -- American Indian Religious Freedom Act -- American Indian slavery -- American Indians: agriculture -- American Indians: an overview -- American Indians: dance and music -- VOLUME 2 -- Ethnic heritage revival -- Ethnic identities of women -- Ethnic identity: choice and development -- Ethnic studies programs -- Ethnicity and ethnic groups -- Ethnocentrism in American history -- Ethnocide -- Ethnogenesis theory -- Ethnoviolence -- Euro-American -- Eurocentrism -- European immigration to Canada: 1867-present -- European immigration to the United States: 1790-1892 -- European immigration to the United States: 1892-1943 -- Ex parte Crow Dog -- External colonialism -- Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC) -- Fair Housing Act -- Fascism in Canada -- Federal riot -- Federally recognized tribes -- FEMA response to Hurricane Katrina: an overview -- Ferguson unrest -- Fifteen Principles -- Fifteenth Amendment -- Filipino Americans and race relations -- Filipino Veterans' movement -- Financial crisis of 2008 and communities of color -- First Nations-white relations in Canada -- Fisher v. University of Texas -- Fish-ins -- Foreign professionals in the United States -- Fourteenth Amendment -- Francophone -- Frank lynching -- Free African Society -- Free blacks -- Freedmen's Bureau -- Racial & Ethnic Relations in America Complete List of Contents -- Freedom Riders -- Freedom Summer -- Free-Soil Party -- French Canadian women -- French Canadians -- Friends of the Indian -- Frustration-aggression theory -- Fugitive slave laws -- Fullilove v. Klutznick -- Fusion movement -- Gadsden Purchase -- Gendered racism -- General Allotment Act -- Genetic basis for race -- The Bell Curve Debate: Race, Intelligence, and Genes -- Genocide of American Indians -- Genocide: cultural -- Genocide: physical -- Gentlemen's agreement -- German Americans -- Ghost Dance religion -- Glass ceiling -- Globalization's impact on US racial/ethnic demographics -- Goetz incident -- Graham v. Richardson -- Grandfather clauses -- Great Migration -- Greek Americans -- Green v. County School Board of New Kent County -- Greensboro sit-ins -- Griffin v. Breckenridge -- Griggs v. Duke Power Company -- Grovey v. Townsend -- Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty -- Guinn v. United States -- Gullah -- Haitians and Haitian refugees -- Hansen effect -- Harlem Renaissance -- Harlins, Latasha, murder -- Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections -- Hate Crime Statistics Act -- Hate crimes and racial relations -- Hate speech -- Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Americans -- Hawkins murder -- Head Start -- Health care and racial/ethnic relations -- Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States -- Hindu Holidays and Festivals -- Hip hop culture -- Hirabayashi v. United States -- Hispanic v. Latino -- Hispanic/Latino discrimination -- Hmong Americans -- Holocaust -- Holocaust denial -- Homelessness and racial/ethnic relations -- Horton incident -- Housing and race relations -- Human Rights Act -- Hurricane Katrina and FEMA's response -- Hymietown statement -- Hypersegregation -- Hypodescent -- Hypogamy -- Identification assimilation -- Ideological racism -- Immigrant advantage -- Immigrant bashing -- Immigrant women -- Immigrants in the military -- Immigration Act of 1917 -- Immigration Act of 1924 -- Immigration Act of 1943 -- Immigration Act of 1990 -- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) -- Immigration and emigration -- Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 -- Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 -- Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) -- Immigration law in Canada -- Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 -- Immigration restrictions: an overview -- Immigration's positive impact on US society -- Incorporation -- Indentured servitude -- Indian -- Indian Act of 1876 -- Indian Act of 1951 -- Indian Act of 1985 -- Indian Americans -- Indian Appropriation Act -- Indian Child Welfare Act -- Indian Citizenship Act -- Indian Claims Commission -- Indian Education Acts -- Indian Gaming Regulatory Act -- Indian New Deal -- Indian offenses -- Indian preference -- Indian Removal Act -- Indian Reorganization Act -- Indian Rights Association (IRA) -- Indian Territory -- Indian-white relations in Canada - Indian-white relations in the United States -- Indigenous superordination -- Individual racism -- Inequality -- Initiative on Race -- Institutional racism -- Integration -- Intelligence and race -- Internal colonialism -- Internalized racism -- International Indian Treaty Council -- Interracial and interethnic friendship -- Interracial and interethnic marriage -- Iranian Americans -- Irish American stereotypes -- Irish Americans -- Irish Catholic "race" -- Irish-African American relations -- Irredentism -- Islamophobia -- Israeli Americans -- Italian American stereotypes -- Italian Americans -- Jamaican Americans -- Japan bashing -- Japanese American internment -- Japanese Americans -- Jewish American outmarriage -- Jewish Americans -- Jewish Americans as a middleman minority -- Jewish Canadians -- Jewish Defense League (JDL) -- Jewish ethnicity -- Jewish Federations of North America -- Jewish Holidays and Celebrations -- Jewish stereotypes -- Jewish women -- Jewish-African American relations -- Jewish-Muslim relations -- Jim Crow laws -- Job Corps and racial relations -- John Brown's raid -- Jones Act of 1917 -- Jones v. Alfred H. Mayer Company -- Judaism and ethnic relations -- Jury nullification -- Jury selection -- Kansas-Nebraska Act -- Keeler Commission -- Keetoowah Society -- Keyes v. Denver School District No. 1 -- King assassination -- King case -- Know-Nothing Party -- Komagata Maru Incident -- Korean Americans -- Korean-African American relations -- Korematsu v. United States -- Ku Klux Klan -- Ku Klux Klan Acts -- Labor movements and race relations -- Latinos: an overview -- Latinos: employment -- Latinos: families and socialization -- Latinos: film -- Latinos: stereotypes -- Latinos: women (Latinas) -- Lau v. Nichols -- League of United Latin American Citizens -- The Liberator -- Lincoln-Douglas debates -- Literacy tests -- Little Bighorn -- Little Havana -- Little Italies -- Little Rock school desegregation -- Little Tokyos -- Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock -- Long Walk -- Longest Walk -- Loo murder -- Los Angeles riots of 1992 -- Lynchings in American history -- Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association -- Machine politics -- Mafia -- Mainstreaming -- Majority and minority -- MANA (organization) -- Maquiladoras -- Mariel boatlift -- Martial assimilation -- Marranos -- Marxist models -- Mass incarceration of African Americans and other ethnic minorities -- Massachusetts "Body of Liberties" -- Massie case -- McCleskey v. Kemp -- Meech Lake Accord -- Melting pot theory -- Meritocracy myth -- Mestizo -- Metis -- Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants -- Miami riots of 1980 -- Middleman minorities -- Migrant detention centers -- Migrant superordination  -- Military and racial/ethnic relations -- Military desegregation -- Milliken v. Bradley -- Million Man March -- Million Women March -- Minority and majority groups -- Minority voting districts -- Miscegenation laws in the US -- Missions, missionaries, and American Indians -- Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party -- Missouri Compromise -- "Model" minorities -- Molly Maguires -- Mongrelization -- Montgomery bus boycott -- Moose Lodge No. 107 v. Irvis -- Mormons -- Morrill Land Grant Act of 1890 -- Motown Records -- Moynihan Report -- Mulattoes -- Multiculturalism -- Multiculturalism Act -- Multiculturalism in Canada -- Multiracial identity -- Multiracial movement -- Muslim holidays and celebrations -- Muslims in North America -- Naivete explanation of racism -- Nation of Islam -- National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Educational Fund -- National Association of Colored Women -- National Black Women's Political Leadership Caucus -- National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA) -- National Coalition on Racism in Sports and Media -- National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) -- National Council of American Indians -- National Council of Colored People -- National Council of La Raza -- National Council of Negro Women -- National Indian Association -- National Indian Youth Council -- National Urban League (NUL) -- Native American -- Native American Church -- Native American Church v. Navajo Tribal Council -- Native American gaming and gambling -- Native American mascot controversy -- Native American Rights Fund -- Native American studies -- Nativism -- Naturalization Act of 1790 -- Navajo Rehabilitation Act -- Navajo War -- Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement Act -- Nazism -- Negro Conventions -- Neo-Nazism -- New York slave revolt -- Newark race riots -- Newberry v. United States -- New media and racial/ethnic relations -- New Perce exile -- Niagara Movement -- Nisga'a Agreement in Principle -- 9/11 attacks and racial/ethnic relations -- Nixon v. Herdon -- Nonviolent resistance (racial relations) -- Nordic "race" -- The North Star -- Northwest Ordinance -- Nunavut Territory -- Obama, Barack, First African-American US President -- Obergefell v. Hodges -- October crisis -- Official Languages Act -- Oka crisis -- Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of 1936 -- Ole Miss desegregation -- Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe -- One-drop rule -- Operation Bootstrap -- Operation Wetback -- Oppositional culture -- Oppression mentality -- Orangeburg Massacre -- Orientalism -- "Other" theory and racial and ethnic relations -- Out-group -- Ozawa v. United States -- Padilla v. Commonwealth of Kentucky -- Page law -- Pan-Africanism -- Panethnicity -- Pan-Indianism -- Pasadena City Board of Education v. Spangler -- Passing and race relations -- Patriarchal system -- Peltier case -- Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery -- People of color -- People v. George Hall -- Peyote religion -- Philadelphia riots -- Philippine insurrection -- Pine Ridge shootout -- Platt Amendment -- Plessy v. Ferguson -- Pluralism v. assimilation -- Pluralism v. particularism -- Plyler v. Doe -- Pogrom -- Police Brutality -- Polish Americans -- Political cartoons and Islam: an overview -- Political correctness --VOLUME 3 -- Politics and racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Politics of hate -- Poll tax -- Poor People's March on Washington -- Pope's Revolt -- Popular media: portrayals of race and ethnicity -- Positive ethnocentrism -- Post-Columbian West Indies uprisings -- "Post-racial" or "color-blind" society -- Poverty and race -- Power elite -- Powwows -- Prejudice and discrimination: Merton's paradigm -- Prejudice and stereotyping -- Prejudice: effects -- Prejudice: reduction -- Presidential election of 2012 -- President's Committee on Civil Rights (1946) -- Proclamation of 1763 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proposition 187 -- Proposition 209 -- Progressive inclusion theory of assimilation -- Proslavery argument -- Protestant holidays and celebrations -- Psychological theories of intergroup relations -- Psychology of racism -- Public Law 280 -- Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund -- Puerto Rico -- Push and pull factors (race relations) -- Quotas and race relations -- R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul -- Race as a concept -- Race card -- Race relations cycle -- Race riots of 1866 -- Race riots of 1943 -- Race riots in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries -- Race-class debate -- Race-neutrality -- Racial and ethnic demographics in Canada -- Racial and ethnic demographics trends -- Racial and ethnic tolerance -- Racial formation theory -- Racial hierarchy -- Racial profiling: an overview -- Racial propaganda -- Racial/ethnic jokes and humor -- Racial/ethnic relations in Canada -- Racial/ethnic relations: theoretical overview -- Racial formation theory -- Racial profiling -- Racism as a "system of advantage" -- Racism as an ideology -- Racism: changing nature over time -- Racism: history of the concept -- "Racial" versus "ethnic" -- Rainbow PUSH Coalition -- Reapportionment cases -- Reconstruction -- Red Scare -- Redemption period -- Redistricting -- Redlining -- Redress movement -- Refugee fatigue -- Refugees and racial/ethnic relations -- Refugees, US policy on -- Reitman v. Mulkey -- Relative deprivation theory -- Religion-based ethnicities -- Relocation of American Indians -- Reparations for slavery -- Repatriation -- Representation: gerrymandering, malapportionment, and reapportionment -- Reservation system of the United States -- Reserve system of Canada -- Restitution to Native Americans -- Restrictive or racial covenants -- Retribalization -- "Reverse" racism -- Reynolds v. Sims -- Richmond v. J. A. Croson Company -- Riel Rebellions -- Roldan v. Los Angeles County -- Roma -- Roosevelt coalition -- Rosenberg trial -- Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) -- Runyon v. McCrary -- Russian Americans -- Sacco and Vanzetti trial -- Sanctuary movement -- Sand Creek massacre (1864) -- Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez -- Santeria -- Scandinavian Americans -- "Scientific" racism -- Scots-Irish "race" -- Scott v. Sandford -- Scottsboro trials -- Segmented assimilation theory -- Segregation in American history -- Segregation on the frontier -- Segregation versus integration -- Self-determination and ethnicity in the US -- Self-identification among Asian Americans -- Self-identification among Latinos -- Self-segregation -- Sell-out -- Selma-Montgomery march -- Seminole Wars -- Separatism -- Separatist movement in Quebec -- Sephardic Jewish Americans -- Set-asides -- Settlement houses -- Sexual fears and racism -- Sharecropping -- Shaw v. Reno -- Shelley v. Kraemer -- Sikhs in Canada -- Sikhs in the United States -- Simpson trial -- Sioux War -- Skinheads -- Slave codes -- Slave rebellions -- Slavery -- Slavery and race relations -- Slavery and the justice system -- Slavery in the early development of North America -- Smith v. Allwright -- Social Darwinism and racism -- Social identity theory and race relations -- Social mobility and race -- Social perception of others -- Social rearticulation -- Social stratification theories -- Socialization and reference groups -- Society of American Indians -- Sociobiology and race -- Somatic norm theory -- Soul as a concept -- South Carolina Statehouse Confederate Flag Controversy -- Southern Conference for Human Welfare -- Southwest Voter Registration Education Project -- Soviet Jewish immigrants -- Split labor market theory -- Sports and racial relations -- Standardized testing and IQ testing controversies -- Standing Bear v. Crook -- Status Indians -- Stereotype -- Stereotyping and the self-fulfilling prophecy -- Stop and frisk -- Structural assimilation -- Structural racism -- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- Subordinate group -- Summit Meeting of National Negro Leaders -- Supreme Court and ethnic representation -- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education -- Sweatt v. Painter -- Symbolic interactionism (racial and ethnic issues) -- Symbolic racism -- Syncretism -- Taiwanese Americans -- Talented Tenth - Tecumseh's Rebellion -- Termination Resolution -- Teutonic "race" -- Third World strike - Thomas/Hill hearings -- Three-fifths compromise -- Tibetans in North America -- Tokenism -- Tolerance -- Trail of Broken Treaties -- Trail of Tears -- Transnationalism and ethnonationalism -- Transracial adoption in the US -- Treaties and agreements with Aboriginal peoples in Canada -- Treaties and agreements with American Indians of the United States -- Tribal councils -- Tribal courts -- Tribal sovereignty -- Tribalism -- Triple oppression -- Turner's slave insurrection -- Tuskegee Airmen -- Tuskegee experiment -- Twice migrants -- Tydings-McDuffie Act -- Unarmed black killings by whites in the twenty-first century -- Underclass theories -- Underground Railroad -- Undocumented immigration -- Undocumented/unauthorized worker/migrant -- United Farm Workers -- United Jewish Appeal -- United Negro College Fund (UNCF) -- United States Commission on Civil Rights -- United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind -- United States v. Kagama -- United States v. Reese -- United States v. Washington -- United Steelworkers of America v. Weber -- Universal Negro Improvement Association -- Urban Indians -- Urban underclass and the rural poor -- USA Freedom Act -- Vietnamese Americans -- Vietnamese Canadians -- Visible minority allophones in Canada -- Voter restriction laws and initiatives -- Voting Rights Act of 1965 -- Voting rights of American Indians -- Voting right of Canadian aboriginals -- War Brides Act -- War on terrorism -- Wards Cove Packing Company v. Atonio -- Washington v. Davis -- Water rights and racial relations -- Watts riot -- Weber v. Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation -- "Welfare queen" stereotype -- Welfare reform and racial/ethnic relations -- Welfare reforms of 1996 -- Welfare stereotypes -- Welfare's impact on racial/ethnic relations -- West Indian Americans -- White "race" -- White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) -- White Aryan Brotherhood -- White church -- White ethnics -- White flight -- White man's burden -- White Paper of 1969 -- White supremacist groups in the US -- White trash -- Whites -- Wilson-Willie debate -- Wisconsin v. Mitchell -- Women and racism -- Women of All Red Nations -- Women of color -- Wong Kim Ark v. United States -- Work ethic and race relations -- Workplace Teams and Diversity -- Wounded Knee massacre (1890) -- Wounded Knee occupation (1973) -- Xenophobia, nativism, and eugenics -- Yellow peril campaign -- Yellow Power -- Young Lords -- Youth gangs -- Zionism -- Zoning and race relations -- Zoot-suit riots -- Appendixes -- Time Line of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Categorized List of Entries -- Pioneers of Intergroup Relations -- Bibliography of Racial and Ethnic Relations -- Index."The three volumes of Racial & Ethnic Relations in America discuss the history of race relations in America, and provide new insight into racial relations and tensions seen in our cities, in the media, and on the minds of Americans today. Over 900 entries present clear, detailed descriptions of ideas and theories, descriptions of people and events, and essential facts about court cases, laws and movements. This new edition features a full update of existing material, taking into consideration new terms and language regarding race. Hundreds of articles have been added to this edition, including: Black Lives Matter, Black LGBTQ, Violence in Black Communities, Black Education Achievement Gap, Black Mass Incarceration, Inner City Youth Employment Crisis, Victimology and Black Reparations, and White on Black Killings. Four broad article types present detailed material in a clear, understandable language: theory articles discuss how racial groups are formed, how they change over time, how they relate to one another, and how they affect their members ; history articles provide readers with easy access to a wealth of articles on the historical background of race and ethnicity ; current events & issues offers coverage of the hot topics of today's American societies in a format that enables readers to delve more deeply into many of the key issues affecting our ability to interrelate with peoples of different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Pioneers of Intergroup Relations provides sketches of individuals who have been especially influential in shaping relations among racial and ethnic groups. Additional supplementary materials include a Timeline, Bibliography, Personages Index, and a Subject Index. Designed for high school students, undergraduates, and public library patrons, this updated resource illuminates the many concepts, themes, and issues in race relations in America, both from a historical perspective and in today's modern society. This important work will be a useful addition to high school, university, community college, and public libraries, as well as for history and ethnic studies collections of all sizes"--Provided by publisher.
Subjects: Minorities; Racism; Race discrimination; Race relations;
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Protesting affirmative action : the struggle over equality after the civil rights revolution / by Deslippe, Dennis.;
Includes bibliographical references and index."The best affirmative action program is creating jobs for everyone" : organized labor responds to affirmative action, 1960-74 -- "This strange madness" : the origins of opposition to higher education affirmative action, 1968-72 -- "This issue is getting hotter" : the struggle over affirmative action policy in the early 1970s -- "Treat him as a decent American!" : DeFunis v. Odegaard (1974) and colorblindness in the courtroom -- "Do whites have rights?" : white Detroit policemen and the "reverse discrimination" protests of the1970s -- "The fight for true non-discrimination" : the politics of anti-affirmative action in the 1970s -- Conclusion.A lightning rod for liberal and conservative opposition alike, affirmative action has proved one of the more divisive issues in the United States over the past five decades. The author here offers a thoughtful study of early opposition to the nation's race and gender-sensitive hiring and promotion programs in higher education and the workplace. This story begins more than fifteen years before the 1978 landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Regents of the University of California v. Bakke. Partisans attacked affirmative action almost immediately after it first appeared in the 1960s. Liberals in the opposition movement played an especially significant role. While not completely against the initiative, liberal opponents strove for "soft" affirmative action (recruitment, financial aid, remedial programs) and against "hard" affirmative action (numerical goals, quotas). In the process of balancing ideals of race and gender equality with competing notions of colorblindness and meritocracy, they even borrowed the language of the civil rights era to make far-reaching claims about equality, justice, and citizenship in their anti-affirmative action rhetoric. The author traces this conflict through compelling case studies of real people and real jobs. He asks what the introduction of affirmative action meant to the careers and livelihoods of Seattle steelworkers, New York asbestos handlers, St. Louis firemen, Detroit policemen, City University of New York academics, and admissions counselors at the University of Washington Law School. Through their experiences, he examines the diverse reactions to affirmative action, concluding that workers had legitimate grievances against its hiring and promotion practices. In studying this phenomenon, the author deepens our understanding of American democracy and neoconservatism in the late twentieth century and shows how the liberals' often contradictory positions of the 1960s and 1970s reflect the conflicted views about affirmative action many Americans still hold today.
Subjects: Affirmative action programs; Equality; Race discrimination; Affirmative action programs;
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