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final reflections- reflective assignment 4

March 16, 2008

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This was a final class evaluation- 1. Are you a Black Studies major or did you have a similarily strong background in the topics of this class? 2. Which best describes your overall experience in this class? 3. Which of the following activities led to the MOST and LEAST engagement and learning on the topics […]

white studies: connecting the pieces

February 20, 2008

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In opposition to the work of racialist scientists of the 20th century, geneticists, biologists, historians, and anti-racialist social scientists among others revealed and scientifically established that there are no genetic markers for race, deconstructing the notion of “race” as biological hence predetermined, inevitable, unchanging, natural, and normal. The “statement on ‘race'” published by the American […]

whiteness, racism, and colorblindness

February 8, 2008

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This blog is a project for Black Studies 410: Topics: White Studies, Winter 2008 at Portland State University. Among our goals is integrating theory and action, and I hope to gain more tools and solidarities in fighting racism by examining my role in the structure of whiteness and white culture in maintaining and perpetuating systemic […]