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Shae Hosman: #RacialHierarchyInAdoption Americans are continuously adopting children from around the world, while thousands of children in the US, primarily children of color, are sitting in foster care waiting to be adopted. A new study shows that though some Americans want to adopt non-white children, they also show limitations when it come to adopting children of certain races, especially African American children. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p. 108-109). #Chapter4

Shae Hosman: #RacialHierarchyInAdoption Americans are continuously adopting children from around the world, while thousands of children in the US, primarily children of color, are sitting in foster care waiting to be adopted. A new study shows that though some Americans want to adopt non-white children, they also show limitations when it come to adopting children of certain races, especially African American children. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p. 108-109). #Chapter4

Jake Fuchs: #EmerganceOfRacialHierarchy #ColumbusDDay #Colonialism . In this depiction of colonialism, editorial cartoonist John Jonik portrays the unfortunate reality behind Christopher Columbus', and his fellow European Americans "discovery of the New World"  (Fitzgerald, p. 105-108). #Chapter4

Jake Fuchs: #EmerganceOfRacialHierarchy #ColumbusDDay #Colonialism . In this depiction of colonialism, editorial cartoonist John Jonik portrays the unfortunate reality behind Christopher Columbus', and his fellow European Americans "discovery of the New World" (Fitzgerald, p. 105-108). #Chapter4

"Unequal Power for Officers" Sarah Leach: #HeIsStillAnOfficer #TreatWithRespect. Police organization hold special meeting amid racial tensions. Lt. Col. Reggie Harris speaks to members of the Ethical Society of Police during a meeting to discuss a racial tensions in the department after a racially charged letter left in an African American police officer's mailbox. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.138). #Chapter5

"Unequal Power for Officers" Sarah Leach: #HeIsStillAnOfficer #TreatWithRespect. Police organization hold special meeting amid racial tensions. Lt. Col. Reggie Harris speaks to members of the Ethical Society of Police during a meeting to discuss a racial tensions in the department after a racially charged letter left in an African American police officer's mailbox. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.138). #Chapter5

Alyse Jenkins: How #WhiteFeminism ignores #intersectionality. This video clip by the Huffington post explains #GenderedRacism.  It also mentions different #sexuality standards associated with woman of color versus white woman. At the end the video it mentions white privilege and how guilt is an unhealthy form of racial identity. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.125-126).#Chapter4

Alyse Jenkins: How #WhiteFeminism ignores #intersectionality. This video clip by the Huffington post explains #GenderedRacism. It also mentions different #sexuality standards associated with woman of color versus white woman. At the end the video it mentions white privilege and how guilt is an unhealthy form of racial identity. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.125-126).#Chapter4

Eric Donaby #MLBIntegration #SportsUnification This image was taken in the early 40s prior to the Major League Baseball integration in 1947. White supporters can be seen attempting to make a change in America with the addition of African Americans to the game. (Fitzgerald, 2015, p. 183). #Chapter6

Eric Donaby #MLBIntegration #SportsUnification This image was taken in the early 40s prior to the Major League Baseball integration in 1947. White supporters can be seen attempting to make a change in America with the addition of African Americans to the game. (Fitzgerald, 2015, p. 183). #Chapter6

Brea Hubler: #CivilRightsAct #LaborEquality #PostWorldWarII this articles covers the spring of 1941 when blacks threatened a mass march unless they were hired equally with whites. The article also gives a timeline of different events that took place during the period. (Could not find author or date) #Chapter6

Brea Hubler: #CivilRightsAct #LaborEquality #PostWorldWarII this articles covers the spring of 1941 when blacks threatened a mass march unless they were hired equally with whites. The article also gives a timeline of different events that took place during the period. (Could not find author or date) #Chapter6

Nicole Wiegand: #youhavetobelikeus"white"people #forcedtoassimilate.  The treatment of Native Americans throughout history has always been negative.  Since the colonial days, Native Americans were forced and pressured into conforming to the "white" superior society's ideologies. Now today's generation of Native Americans are entirely assimilated, with no authenticity to their native backgrounds. Here is a cartoon history lesson to sum this all up. (Fitzgerald,2014, p.166-168) #Chapter5

Nicole Wiegand: #youhavetobelikeus"white"people #forcedtoassimilate. The treatment of Native Americans throughout history has always been negative. Since the colonial days, Native Americans were forced and pressured into conforming to the "white" superior society's ideologies. Now today's generation of Native Americans are entirely assimilated, with no authenticity to their native backgrounds. Here is a cartoon history lesson to sum this all up. (Fitzgerald,2014, p.166-168) #Chapter5

Jace Dumont: #Exploitation #UnfairTreatment #NothingNew . For 100's and 100's of years Native Americans have been treated so poorly, yet nothing has really changed. This article describes perfectly the problems Native Americans still face today. Not much has changed of the treatment of Native Americans since the Europeans first arrived in America. Who will finally make a change and give the Native Americans what they deserve? We need a positive change (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.114-115). #Chapter4

Jace Dumont: #Exploitation #UnfairTreatment #NothingNew . For 100's and 100's of years Native Americans have been treated so poorly, yet nothing has really changed. This article describes perfectly the problems Native Americans still face today. Not much has changed of the treatment of Native Americans since the Europeans first arrived in America. Who will finally make a change and give the Native Americans what they deserve? We need a positive change (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.114-115). #Chapter4

Shae Hosman: #UnfairPoliceTreatment . Roughly 3 out of 5 people of color say they or a relative have personally experienced negative treatment from Police and they believe their race is the reason. Half of the African-American respondents claim this statement to be true specifically due to their race, compared to the 3% of whites. Whites who live in more diverse communities were more likely than other whites to say that police treat people of color unfairly. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.311)…

Shae Hosman: #UnfairPoliceTreatment . Roughly 3 out of 5 people of color say they or a relative have personally experienced negative treatment from Police and they believe their race is the reason. Half of the African-American respondents claim this statement to be true specifically due to their race, compared to the 3% of whites. Whites who live in more diverse communities were more likely than other whites to say that police treat people of color unfairly. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.311)…

Shae Hosman: #EnvironmentalRacism  This Article first touches on the water crisis in Flint, and how the majority of the population is African-American. The author then begins to explain that Flint, Michigan is not the only city where people of color in general are still suffering from environmental racism. It lists a few horrifying examples of places in the United States that have horrific living conditions in areas that are mainly occupied by people of color. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.7)…

Shae Hosman: #EnvironmentalRacism This Article first touches on the water crisis in Flint, and how the majority of the population is African-American. The author then begins to explain that Flint, Michigan is not the only city where people of color in general are still suffering from environmental racism. It lists a few horrifying examples of places in the United States that have horrific living conditions in areas that are mainly occupied by people of color. (Fitzgerald, 2014, p.7)…

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