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What was the social climate (the major events happening in society) during the

What was the social climate (the major events happening in society) during the time of the photos?
What do the photos and events reflect on the theories on race, bias and institutional racism/ inequality as discussed in class?
After reading the materials and listening to the discussions in class, what is your vision for achieving racial equity in America?
Instructions: Format – Follow the essay instructions below:
Essay Format
1. Title page
2. Double spaced
12-point font
Times New Roman
Cite your sources and quotes
Check your spelling, grammar and sentence structure
Each paper should be a minimum of 3 pages (not including the title page)
Submit your essay in Microsoft Word program only. Do not send in Google Drive or any other format.
Papers are to be submitted at the beginning of class
Points will be deducted for errors in composition, grammar, clarity and spelling, grammar, typing.
ASA style

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What was the social climate (the major events happening in society) during the

What was the social climate (the major events happening in society) during the time of the photos?
What do the photos and events reflect on the theories on race, bias and institutional racism/ inequality as discussed in class?
After reading the materials and listening to the discussions in class, what is your vision for achieving racial equity in America?
Instructions: Format – Follow the essay instructions below:
Essay Format
1. Title page
2. Double spaced
12-point font
Times New Roman
Cite your sources and quotes
Check your spelling, grammar and sentence structure
Each paper should be a minimum of 3 pages (not including the title page)
Submit your essay in Microsoft Word program only. Do not send in Google Drive or any other format.
Papers are to be submitted at the beginning of class
Points will be deducted for errors in composition, grammar, clarity and spelling, grammar, typing.
ASA style

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What is the immigration issue being described? What are the biases or assumption

What is the immigration issue being described?
What are the biases or assumptions behind the inferences, selection or collection of data, or framing of the immigration debate?
In your opinion is the point of view expressed political, ideological, or theoretic
answer the questions
I will Aad the fail.

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What is the immigration issue being described? What are the biases or assumption

What is the immigration issue being described?
What are the biases or assumptions behind the inferences, selection or collection of data, or framing of the immigration debate?
In your opinion is the point of view expressed political, ideological, or theoretic
answer the questions
I will Aad the fail.

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https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/standing-… 1) Describe the example of

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/standing-…
1) Describe the example of modern-day decolonization of the Standing Rock
2) Provide thorough context: what the example of decolonization is in response to, the Native Nation’s unique history, how the decolonization efforts emerged, etc.

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https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/standing-… 1) Describe the example of

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/standing-…
1) Describe the example of modern-day decolonization of the Standing Rock
2) Provide thorough context: what the example of decolonization is in response to, the Native Nation’s unique history, how the decolonization efforts emerged, etc.

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I Will, by Sheron Wyant-Leonard until p. 201-end. note: you don’t have to read t

I Will, by Sheron Wyant-Leonard until p. 201-end.
note: you don’t have to read the whole book. Only key ideas
See attachments for more details
You must have access to the book online or otherwise
I will give an earlier assignment as an example.

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# I Will, by Sheron Wyant-Leonard until p. 201-end. # note: you don’t have to re

# I Will, by Sheron Wyant-Leonard until p. 201-end.
# note: you don’t have to read the whole book. Only key ideas.
# See attachments for more details.
# You must have access to the book online or otherwise.
# I will give an earlier assignment as an example

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-Watch the film “Salt of the Earth.” -Instructions: 1. Answer each question with

-Watch the film “Salt of the Earth.”
-Instructions:
1. Answer each question with 7-10 sentences each.
-Questions:
1. The film begins with Esperanza talking about the town as it used to be. What is the purpose of this scene? How does the argument between Barton and Ramon reinforce this point? What is the significance that the narrator is female?
2. What is the nature of the conflict between Esperanza and Ramon early in the film? Is Esperanza and Ramon’s behavior toward each other different in public and private? Why/how?
3. The workers at the union meeting emphasize the “solidarity of the working men.” Yet, the film begins by focusing on the women who are doing the work. Why?
4. What is the significance of the conversation between Ramon and Antonio as they are hanging out laundry? How have circumstances changed Ramon’s opinions?
5. Why is the attempted eviction of the Quintero family a turning point in the film? How have both Esperanza and Ramon changed by the end of the film?

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-Watch the film “Salt of the Earth.” -Instructions: 1. Answer each question with

-Watch the film “Salt of the Earth.”
-Instructions:
1. Answer each question with 7-10 sentences each.
-Questions:
1. The film begins with Esperanza talking about the town as it used to be. What is the purpose of this scene? How does the argument between Barton and Ramon reinforce this point? What is the significance that the narrator is female?
2. What is the nature of the conflict between Esperanza and Ramon early in the film? Is Esperanza and Ramon’s behavior toward each other different in public and private? Why/how?
3. The workers at the union meeting emphasize the “solidarity of the working men.” Yet, the film begins by focusing on the women who are doing the work. Why?
4. What is the significance of the conversation between Ramon and Antonio as they are hanging out laundry? How have circumstances changed Ramon’s opinions?
5. Why is the attempted eviction of the Quintero family a turning point in the film? How have both Esperanza and Ramon changed by the end of the film?