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Session7

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March 15  Session 7

Reading:

Slattery, P. (2006) ­­Chapter 6. Gender, Sexuality, Race, and Ethnicity in a Multicultural and Diverse Milieu. pp. 143-186

 

Announcement:

Cornel West

MONDAY, MARCH 7TH AT 7:30PM AT E.J. THOMAS PERFORMING ARTS HALL.  

$8 for general public.  Please call EJ Thomas ticket office at (330) 972-7570.

 

Update from Last Week

U.S.   | March 03, 2011
Ohio Senate Approves Union Bill
By SABRINA TAVERNISE, MONICA DAVEY and RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.
Ohio took its first step toward passing legislation to curtail the collective bargaining rights for public sector workers.

 

Proposed Cuts Strike Teachers as Attacks on Their Value to Society

By TRIP GABRIEL

Published: March 2, 2011

 

"Although crushing state budget deficits are the proximate cause of lawmakers’ pressure, a further justification for many of the proposed measures comes from the broad accountability movement, which aims to raise student achievement and sees teachers’ unions as often blocking the way."

 

 

Early Teaching Contract --  1905

 

The Billionaire Koch Brothers’ War Against Obama

by Jane Mayer August 30, 2010

 

Socialization and Institutional Power:

A Girl Like Me

What messages does our society give African American children about their value and worth as human beings?

Teen filmmaker Kiri Davis conducts interviews with her peers to explore the impact and consequences of these messages. She then reconducts Dr. Kenneth Clark's "doll test" with young African American children with sobering results.

 

Dior Fires John Galliano After Bigotry Complaints

By MATTHEW SALTMARSH

Published: March 1, 2011

 

Where Race Lives

Explore how government policies and past discrimination have made generating wealth easier for some Americans than others.

 

Dualistic Thinking to Multiplicity  (Consider Slattery pp. 164 and 182+)

 

Interrupting / Policing the Script, Hate and the Body Emotion

 

Additional Resources

Race  and Heterosexism  (Resources from my ED453 Syllabus)

 


March 10  NO CLASS SPRING BREAK


 

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