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The Role of Threats in the Racial Attitudes of Blacks and Whites

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personality and social psychology bulletin stephan et al. / threats in racial attitudes the role of threats in the racial attitudes of blacks and whites walter g. stephan new mexico state university kurt a. boniecki university of central arkansas oscar ybarra university of michigan ann bettencourt university of

The Political Awakening of Blacks and Latinos in New York

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the political awakening of blacks and latinos in new york city: competition or cooperation? william w. sales, jr., and rod bush b lack and latino cooperation is central to the elaboration of a social bloc capable of forging a democratic and egalitarian future for the people of new york

Health Differentials between Blacks and Whites

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health differentials between blacks and whites: recent trends in mortality and morbidity kenneth g. m a n to n , clifford h. p a t r i c k , and k a t r i n a w. j o h n s o n duke university; veterans administration

Private Schools for Blacks in Early Twentieth Century

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w&m scholarworks dissertations, theses, and masters projects theses, dissertations, & master projects 2016 private schools for blacks in early twentieth century richmond, virginia sharron smith college of william and mary, [email protected] follow this and additional works at: part of the history commons recommended citation smith,

Prosperous Blacks in the South, 1790-1880

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pros perous blacks in the south, 1790-1880 loren schweninger schweninger, l. "prosperous blacks in the south, 1790-1880," the american historical review 95 (february 1990):31-56. available courtesy of cambridge university press, 1990 "there are also, in the vicinity, a large number of free-colored planters," frederick law olmsted wrote in 1856, a

Dementia, Brain Structure, And Vascular Risk

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dementia, brain structure, and vascular risk factors in very old blacks and whites by ge liu bmed, shandong university, china, 2005 ms, fudan university, china, 2008 submitted to the graduate faculty of graduate school of public health in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy

Americans and Cocaine Use in the Progressive Era1

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46 left history 7.1 "the most dangerous drug": images ofafrican- americans and cocaine use in the progressive era1 catherine carstairs on 8 february, 1914, the new york ernes published a full-page article entitled "negro cocaine 'fiends' are a new menace." under a picture of the stern and respectable-looking white author,

The Black-White Test Score Gap Through Third Grade

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the black-white test score gap through third grade∗ roland g. fryer, jr. harvard university society of fellows and nber steven d. levitt university of chicago and abf september 2004 (preliminary and incomplete) abstract this paper describes basic facts regarding the black-white test score gap over the first

Bias Without Awareness 1 Racism among the Well-Intentioned

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bias without awareness 1 racism among the well-intentioned: bias without awareness john f. dovidio yale university samuel l. gaertner university of delaware adam r. pearson pomona college reference: dovidio, j. f., gaertner, s. l., & pearson, a. r. (2016). racism among the well-­‐ intentioned: bias without awareness.

Racial Diversity, Electoral Preferences, and the Supply of

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racial diversity, electoral preferences, and the supply of policy: the great migration and civil rights∗ alvaro calderon† vasiliki fouka‡ december 2019 marco tabellini§ abstract how does the racial composition of local constituencies affect voters’ preferences and politicians’ behavior? we study the effects of one of the

Containing Slaves, Freedmen, Jim Crow Laws, and the Great

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inclusive american economic history: containing slaves, freedmen, jim crow laws, and the great migration trevon logan† and peter temin working paper no. 110 january 14, 2020 abstract this paper records the path by which african americans were transformed from enslaved persons in the american economy to partial participants in the

Slavery by Another Name History Background

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slavery by another name history background by nancy o’brien wagner, bluestem heritage group introduction for more than seventy-five years after the emancipation proclamation and the end of the civil war, thousands of blacks were systematically forced to work against their will. while the methods of forced labor took on many

Souls - University of California, Los Angeles

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this article was downloaded by:[university of california los angeles] on: 31 january 2008 access details: [subscription number 769788043] publisher: taylor & francis informa ltd registered in england and wales registered number: 1072954 registered office: mortimer house, 37-41 mortimer street, london w1t 3jh, uk souls a critical journal of black politics,

State of Housing in Black America

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realtsi t co m m is s io ne d by national association of real estate brokers b oa rd of d ire c tors 2016 state of housing in black america written by: james h. carr and michela zonta fred mckinney and gerald jaynes

Racial differences in testicular cancer in the United States

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li et al. bmc cancer (2020) 20:284 research article open access racial differences in testicular cancer in the united states: descriptive epidemiology yang li1,2, qi lu2, yu wang1,2* and shuangge ma2,3 abstract background: testicular cancer (tc) is the most common malignancy in young adult men,

The Struggle Of The African-american Female

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the struggle of the african-american female character in margot lee shatterly’s novel hidden figures tiara febrianti agnes setyowati h. ni made widisanti s. abstract the main topic of this research is the struggle of an african-american woman in facing discriminatory treatment. it is a study on the main character

Will COVID-19 Worsen the Racial Wealth Gap in the United

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will covid-19 worsen the racial wealth gap in the united states? kalpana khanal1, sophia prouty2   and thomas stedman3 paper to be presented at, allied social sciences association (assa) annual meeting, association of evolutionary economics (afee). session title: covid-19 and economic policy, paper title: “will covid-19 worsen the wealth gap in

Explaining the Gaps in White, Black, and Hispanic Violence

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6 3 5 6 6 7 asrxxx10.1177/0003122416635667american sociological reviewlight and ulmer 2016 explaining the gaps in white, black, and hispanic violence since 1990: accounting for immigration, incarceration, and inequality american sociological review 2016, vol. 81(2) 290–­ 315 © american sociological association 2016 doi: 10.1177/0003122416635667 michael t.

For early St. Pau residentsl th,e city s ven

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for early st. paul residents, the city s ven ture into racially segregated schools was new. before 1857, when the to-wn's board of education first decided that black children should attend separate schools, it william d. green, ph.d.,j.d., is an assistant professor of history at augsburg college and chair

Inequalities in South Africa during the Apartheid

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inequalities in south africa during the apartheid by: anthony ferro apartheid  nationalist party came into power in 1948  official implementation of apartheid government  lasted until 1994 (46 years)  system of segregation of non-white south africans  example of a segregated entrance to a