Monthly Archives: September 2011

Racial Draft

This isn’t meant as a substitute for my actual blog post. I just posted this for the sake of levity.

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Diversity Bake Sale!

BERKELEY, Calif. — A bake sale sponsored by a Republican student group at the University of California, Berkeley, has incited anger and renewed the debate over affirmative action by asking students to pay different prices for pastry, depending on their … Continue reading

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Texas dragging

In 1998 white supremacist Lawrence Russel Brewer, along with two other men dragged a black man by the name of James Byrde Jr. to his death. Byrde was attached to a twenty-four  foot chain and dragged for three miles behind … Continue reading

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Racism?

http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/07/cleveland_heights_teen_curfew.html Over the summer there was a large fair in Coventry where people came to enjoy food, shop, and listen to music.  During this weekend of festivities a large mob of blacks came to fair and started pushing people over, … Continue reading

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Maybe one day people will learn…

Electoral racism is something trending these days and people are voting like morons because of it.  Just because the President is black, does not make his/her qualifications go down the drain, right? More and more people today vote based off … Continue reading

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What defines a “____ – American”

It’s hard to define the idea of what to call people. We consider black people “african americans”, even though they may not be from africa, we call mexican immigrants “mexican-americans”, but what do we call their children that were born … Continue reading

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The Homosexual Minority

The title of Chapter 2 in our book is Assimilation and Pluralism: From Immigrants to White Ethnics. This chapter concentrates on the assimilation (process by which new groups of people integrate into American society) of the immigrants during the late … Continue reading

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