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Race & Ethnicity

This board can be described as a curated collection of racist and "racialist" ideas in the form of text, photos, videos, and other clippings of digital…
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This 'certificate' became popular after the passage of the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 in Virginia. The Act required that a racial description of every person be recorded at birth and divided society into only two classifications: white and colored. It defined race by the "one-drop rule", defining as "colored" persons with any African or Native American ancestry.
Selective sterilization also protects children, for no child should be born to subnormal parents--denied a fair, healthy start in life--or doomed from birth to a mental institution. Mental defectives who are sterilized may become reasonably self-supporting if they are spared the responsibility of parenthood. h/t Philip Cohen [Click on this image to find a short video and analysis of how far the reach of the eugenics ideology extends into the present]
Carrie Mae Weems. You Became a Scientific Profile/An Anthropological Debate/A Negroid Type/& A Photographic Subject, 1995-1996.  “Harvard threatened to sue me for use of the..photographs...& I thought, 'Harvard’s going to sue me…for using these images of black pple in their collection...I don’t have..a legal case, but maybe I have a moral case...useful to carry out in public.' I called them up & I said “suing me would..be a really good thing." Harvard purchased the series for their collection.

Race: Scientific Racism & Eugenics

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In the historically Black community of Parramore in Orlando, Florida, residents are surrounded by highways. The exhaust produced by the more than 300,000 vehicles that pass through the neighborhood each day has created health problems, including cancer, asthma and other respiratory ailments.
Environmental Racism    Mossville, Louisiana is a predominantly Black community. It is home to 53 industrial facilities, mostly petrochemical plants. These facilities release 9 million lbs of toxic chemicals into the environ. each year. Residents have 3 times the national average amount of dioxin in their bodies. http://masteradept.tumblr.com/post/10035318094/mossville-louisiana-is-a-predominantly
Intergenerational Environmental Racism is perpetuated when unborn babies are affected by the disproportionate imposition of environmental hazards on minority families.  Race is a better predictor for the location of hazardous waste facilities than education or income...Sources: 1 http://tinyurl.com/oe6mxxo 2 http://tinyurl.com/q86bumj 3 http://tinyurl.com/nvnatlh 4 http://tinyurl.com/or58rm9 5 http://tinyurl.com/kp2bm64 Artist: http://theintellectualbadassgirl.tumblr.com/

Race: Environmental Racism

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"I'm not oppressive! It was just a joke. It was satirical. It was ironic. It was research. It was performance art. I was just trolling you."  ~ White Guys  [follow this link to find a short video and analysis of so-called "reverse racism": http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/12/aamer-rahman-contemplates-reverse-racism.html]
"If I see anti-racist satire, but huge numbers of POC see racism, then I have a serious responsibility to consider that I might be wrong."  ~ Dan Fishback

Race: Ironic Racism

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Race: White Fragility & Tone Policing

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Today: A: They found an old photo of him wearing blackface?!? What the hell was he thinking? B: You can't judge 2002 by today's standards. People back then didn't know blackface was wrong.  2002: B: Sure, we realize blackface is racist. But NO ONE could have known that back in the 1980s.  the 1980s: B: We know that blackface is offensive but that's brand new! No one had an idea until recently.  Artist: Barry Deutsch
Source: Pew Research Center
Source: Pew Research Center

Race: Minstrelsy & Blackface

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"The most powerful weapon to destroy a people's resistance is to erase their history. #blackhistory #brownhistory  ~ America Wakie Wakie  [follow this link to find a short video and analysis of how black and brown histories are destroyed: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/collective-memory-and-the-souths-secession-commemoration]
Guerrilla Girls' Pop Quiz.   Q. If February is Black History Month and March is Women's History Month, what happens the rest of the year?  A. Discrimination  Follow this link to find a video featuring RuPaul, who offers a succint and systemic view of how power works: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/rupaul-explains-how-power-works
They don't have their own history month.  Everyone knows birthdays are special because they only happen once a year. Similarly, Black History Month is special because it only happens in February. So then why is White History Month all the other months of the year? Can't we study it less to make it seem more magical?  Source: College Humor, "8 Reasons to Feel Bad for White People" (http://www.collegehumor.com/post/7007620/8-reasons-to-feel-bad-for-white-people)

Race: Black History Month

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Most White adults have a neutral view toward the declining share of White people in the U.S. population, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center
Though a majority hold neutral views, some Americans disagree on whether the declining share of White people in the U.S. is good or bad for society, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center
Source: Pew Research Center

Race: Demographics

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Predicted at the mean of controls for age (logistic margins) Source: Philip N. Cohen / American Community Survey data
Predicted at the mean of controls for age (logistic margins) Source: Philip N. Cohen / American Community Survey data

Race: Interracial Relationships

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What We Were Taught: The G.I. Bill helped vets to secure loans to buy a house upon returning from WWII. What We Would Be Taught with Critical Race Theory: Many banks refused to approve loans to Black vets, resulting in fewer than 100 out of 67,000 mortgages going to non-white borrowers in some suburbs. Artist: Benjamin Slyngstad
Source: Urban Institute
Mill Creek in 1950. The white men in the background are city leaders discussing how to get rid of this blight on Dallas, one they created with discriminatory housing. The I-45/I-35 interchange is now where Mill Creek once stood. No arrangements were made for the black families displaced.

Race: Housing

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Source: Pew Research Center

Race: Microaggressions

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"You were brainwashed into thinking European features are the epitome of beauty" -- We're not a big fan of the term "brainwashed," but yeah.
(1 of 4) Thomas Jefferson on how white people are more beautiful than black people ~ @ClintSmithill

Race: Beauty

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A: "I don't like racists."  B: "Sounds like you're being racist.... Against racists! Not so tolerant now, are you, Mr. Hitler?!"  Artist: Luke McGarry
"Oppressed White Male Alert"  [follow this link to find post that explores the concept of privilege: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/4/post/2013/07/white-privilege-a-multimedia-analysis.html]
"'Diversity' is a code word for #WhiteGenocide" - This sign was spotted in Harrison, Arkansas, which has long held a reputation as a stronghold of the Ku Klux Klan.

Race: Backlash, "Reverse Racism" & #WhiteGenocide

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laid edges - 1. Baby hairs that have been slicked down with gel, often used to tame hair that has been broken or damaged by chemical relaxers.  Origin: African Americans  The goal of this project is to educate the consumers of appropriative media so that they are better equipped to decide for themselves what is and what is not cultural appropriation.  Artist: Sara
"C is for 'Can I Touch Your Hair?'   Can I make you cringingly aware / of how curious I find you? / Can I carelessly centre my whiteness / In this critique of your / current cultural climate? / Can I casually cash in on your culture? / change your struggle into a commodity? / collect objects of your resistance / to curate as ornate oddities."  Artist: Jacob V. Joyce, from "The Alphabetical Anthology of White Liberal Proverbs"
"Yes, my hair is real!!" "Do not touch without asking!"

Race: Hair

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"Make America Pay Reparations"  Photo credit: Nick Pinto
Differences in Attitudes, by Race, toward Apologies and Reparations, 2003 - Follow this link to find a short clip exploring the topic of paying reparations for slavery: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/videos/laissez-faire-racism-and-the-question-of-paying-reparations  Source: Michael Dawson / The New York Times / Chart by Steve Anderson
"B is for 'Be the Change You Want to See in Society' - Be the new black / Straighten your back and / Be access to affordable education / Both eyes on the prize and / Be the end of public sector privatisation Be positive and be billions of pounds worth / of reparations for African and Caribbean nations / Burdened with buggery laws / Born from British subjugation."  Artist: Jacob V. Joyce, from "The Alphabetical Anthology of White Liberal Proverbs"

Race: Reparations

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Most White adults have a neutral view toward the declining share of White people in the U.S. population, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center Conservative Republican, Liberal Democrats, Racial Groups, Birth Rate, People In The Us, Post Grad, College Grads, White Supremacy
Most Whites have a neutral view toward the declining share of White people in the US population
Most White adults have a neutral view toward the declining share of White people in the U.S. population, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center
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Though a majority hold neutral views, some Americans disagree on whether the declining share of White people in the U.S. is good or bad for society, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center Pew Research Center, Social Science Research, Content Analysis, Public Opinion
Some Americans disagree on whether the declining share of White people in the US is good for society
Though a majority hold neutral views, some Americans disagree on whether the declining share of White people in the U.S. is good or bad for society, 2021 Source: Pew Research Center
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The Sociological Cinema
Source: Pew Research Center Demographic Group, Research Publications, Census Data
For the first time, the number of Americans who identify as White decline between 2010 and 2020
Source: Pew Research Center
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Source: Pew Research Center Online Surveys, White People
Share of the U.S. population that identifies as White has declined for several decades, 2020
Source: Pew Research Center
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Source: The New York Times / U.S. Census Bureau Us History, The New York Times, American Indians, This Is Us, Language, Relationship, Change, Makeup
How the population makeup changed in the U.S., 2020
Source: The New York Times / U.S. Census Bureau
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The Sociological Cinema
Source: U.S. Census Bureau Data Show, Demographics, Bar Chart, The Originals, Bar Graphs, American History
Change in U.S. racial demographics in last decade, 2010 and 2020
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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The Sociological Cinema
What We Were Taught: The G.I. Bill helped vets to secure loans to buy a house upon returning from WWII. What We Would Be Taught with Critical Race Theory: Many banks refused to approve loans to Black vets, resulting in fewer than 100 out of 67,000 mortgages going to non-white borrowers in some suburbs. Artist: Benjamin Slyngstad History Facts, Black History, Secured Loan, Educational Projects, The More You Know, Discrimination, Social Justice
What We Were Taught and What We Would be Taught with Critical Race Theory
What We Were Taught: The G.I. Bill helped vets to secure loans to buy a house upon returning from WWII. What We Would Be Taught with Critical Race Theory: Many banks refused to approve loans to Black vets, resulting in fewer than 100 out of 67,000 mortgages going to non-white borrowers in some suburbs. Artist: Benjamin Slyngstad
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The Sociological Cinema
Where are you from?
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Why Microaggressions Hurt
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The Sociological Cinema
Back when Ta-Nehisi Coates was on Twitter, he railed against the myth of "non-economic" oppression.
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The Sociological Cinema
A Note about Tonepolicing
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No, We Won't "Calm Down": Tone Policing Is Just Another Way to Protect Privilege
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The Sociological Cinema
Here's the thing about "Just joking": The Social Function of Humor
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The Sociological Cinema
So You Want to Talk about White Fragility Source: Robin Diangelo / @soyouwanttotalkabout
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The Sociological Cinema