HIST 308 NOTES APRIL 4-8,2016
HIST 308 NOTES APRIL 4-8,2016 HIST 308
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Date Created: 04/11/16
Monday, April 4, 2016 Talk about race Race influences law Puerto Rico: Is it ethnicity or race? Is Puerto Rico or Hispanic? Tiger Woodsclassify himself as a quarter of Chinese, African American, and Native American Beyoncé Her father was African American, and her mother was African American, French, and Native American Barack Obama: father was from Kenya Mother is from Kansas Barack Obama is seen as African American Race Defined SelfIdentification Identification by society Identification by law About who is the dominant race? Racecolor of skin maybe helps with identification Very difficult to have a particular race and trend everyone can agree on A lot of assumptions about the characteristics Identification by other by bias Prefix line between countries Invisible line to challenge ideas Light skinned can pass as whites Children is raised by the house Half of the population is Irish Different food, culture, and priorities Jordan Spencer is white and black blood He was trusted He went to church He was a reliable neighbor His wife is white A lot of assumption by characteristics Different culture, food, and politics Jordan Spencerwhite and black blood He was trusted and goes to church He was a reliable neighbor They stop seeing him as black Can see racial identity is fixed by circumstances Racial identification by law Reconstruction after the Civil War Slavery has been abolished They continue to impose on the same restrictions th Later in the 19 century – Jim Crow Laws Separate but equal Different facilities and movie theatres Johnson county see everybody as white Jordan Spencer Strong and his children considered as white. He lived until the age of 95 U.S Census Year WhiteNative White foreign NegroAfrican American American Indian 1900 74.5% 13.4% 11.6% .31% 1950 82.8% 6.7% 10% .23% 2000 75.1% * 12.3% .9% 2010 72.4% * 12.6% .9% Application to colleges/universities: Diversity so not detrimental Categorize people Making easier to identify categories Group together similarities Voters Right Act of 1965required district lines apply to state legislatures Vote for some would mean to look beyond gender and look at other things as well Issue of government cannot see character Wednesday, April 6, 2016 Who should be penalized? Studies shown how that penalty is accessed Get penalty for some behavior A lot have to do with attitude and assumption Implicit bias Carry a different connotation A lot of people do this in the process Assumption of race affect outcomes Worchester v. Georgia: Cherokee treaty with U.S. going to have territory Required white to go onto Cherokee territory Worchester arrested in Georgia Processed an appeal Why would assert authority over the land 1. Gold there 2. A lot of people and needed land Cherokee described by the courtseen as allies because warlike They were always treated as a nation Europeans respected the Indians as sovereigns Georgia had no jurisdiction to mess with the Cherokee Andrew Jackson was U.S. president and thinks a bunch of Indians It is to voluntary comply with rule because trust of court and constitution Dred Scott v. Sanford Ethnicity involved was the African Americans One slave Congress issue of slavery Areas of Mexico Attempt of land existence of free blacks Suspicious of free blacks Dred Scott was a slave in Missouri Taken from the state and return to Missouri to the slave claiming that he is free See African Americans as a merchandises and law breakers Demeaning them as people and not able to function as citizens Seen as citizens Realm is political Citizens looks at vote of blacks when the constitution is written When put in citizens include African Americans Not higher class but an inferior class Brought to be citizens Dissenttwo different opinion of people Dissent would allow to sue Assumption race affects the legal outcome Dred Scott cannot sue Dr. Emerson took and found out he had slaves Tanny tried to resolved the slave issue Korematsu v. U.S. 1944WW2 Japanese Americans They are seen as untrustworthy Why not assimilate their culture and loyal to their culture Deported to Japan to U.S. Not going to own property U.S. worried about the defense of the U.S. Enemy of defense Rigid scrutiny based solely on race had to have a good reason Highest level of review
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