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    In Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice, Shaun Gabbidon explores the histories of Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and South Africa and their difficulties involving race, ethnicity, crime, and colonization. Gabbidon uses Tatum’s colonial model to explain the experiences of racial and ethnic minorities in these five selected countries and concludes that the colonial model suffices as the best criminological theory to understand the development of racial and criminal issues in these

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    African-American Women: Gender and Race Introduction African-American women have often been an overlooked group with the larger context of American Society. Historically, oppression has been meted out to the African-American woman in two ways. Historically, everything afforded to African-American, from educational and employment opportunities to health care have been sub-par. As women they have been relegated even further in a patriarchal society that has always, invariably, held men in higher

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    Testing the Effect of Race and Political Relations on Abortion Views I. INTRODUCTION Throughout the years there have been many debates and research within the United States as to whether or not abortion should be legalized and the impact it will have on women in the nation. Many debates have surrounded this topic, yet majority of them revolved around the moral and legal aspects: Is abortion murder? Are women who abort evil? Should abortion be left up to the woman since it is her body? Should

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    In this paper, I will detail how the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 was not only a civil rights movement on the part of the black people in Tulsa, but also a detailed look into the way that civil rights was handled in a deeply racially divided city as Tulsa, Oklahoma. My research will feature many of the different survivors who were able to speak out about the injustice of the Tulsa Race Riot before they died; many of these people were children at the time. I also have a series of secondary sources from

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    one of the most poignant themes is that of race and racial prejudice. Various critics are of the view that "Othello" was written as a social commentary, depicting the discrimination present in formal Venetian society. These ideas of racial prejudice are portrayed through Othello, the protagonist, who is referred to as "the Moor", an African or a black man. With the benefit of contextual material, it is easier to understand the attitudes towards race at the time that "Othello" was written, as well

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    Nationalism During the Space Race

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    nationalism during the Space Race fueled support for NASA, resulting in great technological and scientific advancements during the Cold War. The hyper-competitive atmosphere surrounding the Cold War heightened already existing rivalry between the United States’ and the Soviet Union’s science programs. As the two superpowers struggled for technological dominance, the American people were swept into a frenzy of nationalism. The Science News-Letter pointed out that the Space Race was driven by, “nothing

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    collector to release these memory spaces. More information about weak references can be found at oracle java documents WeakReference page.[5] 5. References In this paper we describe a tool, called Eraser, that dynamically detects data races in multi-threaded programs. We have implemented Eraser for DIGITAL

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    The authors Michael Omi and Howard Winant go into detail about race, ethnicity, and the problems that associates with them. An example they used to define race and the problems that go along with it was the case of a woman named Susie Guillory, who was mixed race and wanted to change her racial identity from black to white. The result of the case was the court still defining her race as black. This case was an example of how defining race is still an issue, as stated by the authors. According to the

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    Race Stereotyping Leads to the False Accusation of Kabuo Miyamoto David Guterson based his novel, Snow Falling On Cedars, during a racially charged time of history. This book takes place during the time period of 1940 to 1955. The setting of this novel is a small town, Amity Harbor, on the island of San Piedro. This is a small island, and Amity is the largest town on the entire island. This island is home to Japanese strawberry farmers and one-man gillnetting boats. This novel is based

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    received a lot of media attention for lying about her race. She could be seen on any news station defending herself against the onslaught of angry/disappointed followers that looked to her for leadership. A great multitude of black America felt betrayed, however Ann Morning saws the situation differently. In her article “It’s Impossible to Lie About Your Race”, her main discrepancy with the issue is that race doesn’t exist as an objective truth. So if race doesn’t exist, how can it be lied about? There

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