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Charlottesville Syllabus: History of Racism
History of Racism
Civil War Memory
Readings on Monuments
Writing / Citing
The Legacy of Slavery: Institutionalized Racism
Institutionalized Racism: A Syllabus
The Legacy of Slavery: Institutionalized Racism and American Culture
The role of the Second Klan in American politics.
Ossian Sweet’s Black Life Mattered
This biographical account illustrates the effects of segregation and police bias on an indivdual's life.
The Devastation of Black Wall Street
The effects of racism on African Americans' efforts to build business communities during the 20th century.
The Lasting Fallout of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study
A study documents the lasting effects of past abuses on African Americans' relationships with the healthcare system.
Race in American Education
Can College Cure Racism?
The idea of using the curriculum to fight prejudice is not a new one.
Little Rock, Then and Now
How corruption and privatization of education maintain segregated schools in Little Rock.
Constructing the White Race
Our ideas of race have evolved over time.
The Rise of the Crowd-Sourced Syllabus
Crowd-sourced syllabi like the Charlottesville Syllabus represent important new methods of disseminating information.
Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism
Henry Ford's complicated relationship with anti-Semitism.
How Hitler Played the American Press
How Nazi press agents manipulated American media using fake news.
How the Word “Shoddy” Became an Anti-Semitic Slur
The Civil War background of an anti-Semitic word.
A Nation of Immigrants
The Making of Asian America
How increased immigration from Asia looks at the state and national level.
Immigration and National Security in George Washington’s Day
Attracting immigrants to colonial America.
The Italian-American Immigration Experience
Each new group of immigrants faced discrimination before being accepted as "Americans."
How the Chinese Fought Discrimination in 19th Century Arizona
Chinese immigrants faced legal discrimination in the Old West.
Lessons from a Japanese Internment Camp
The unintended consequences of internment.
The “Model Minority” Myth and the Hidden Discrimination of Asian Americans
The lives and status of Asian-Americans are more complex than narrative implies.
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