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Twenty-first century color lines : multiracial change in contemporary America

Author: Andrew Grant-Thomas; Gary Orfield
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2009.
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This volume is about the future of integration and inclusion in a multiracial America where aspirations of equal opportunity are at war with endemic civil rights fatigue ... an honest and rigorous inventory of the state of racial inequality in this country represents the essential first step toward reinvigorating a new civil rights movement--one aimed at both completing the agenda set forth in the 1960s and at  Read more...
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Twenty-first century color lines.
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2009
(OCoLC)681713389
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Grant-Thomas; Gary Orfield
ISBN: 9781592136919 1592136915 9781592136926 1592136923
OCLC Number: 213846156
Description: xi, 312 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Color lines in a multiracial nation: an institutional demographic overview of the United States in the twenty-first century / Nancy McArdle --
Color lines in the mind: implicit prejudice, discrimination, and the potential for change / Nilanjana Dasgupta --
Structural racism and color lines in the United States / Andrew Grant-Thomas, John A. Powell --
"We are not like them": social distancing and realignment in the U.S. Latino racial hierarchy / Christina Gómez --
The paradox of the Puerto Rican race: the interplay of racism and nationalism under U.S. colonialism / Anayra O. Santory-Jorge [and others] --
Shared fates in Asian transracial adoption: Korean adoptee experiences of difference in their families / Jiannbin Lee Shiao, Mia H. Tuan --
Multiracial youth scenes and the dynamics of race: new approaches to racialization within the Bay Area hip hop underground / Anthony Kwame Harrison --
Toward diversity that works: building communities through arts and culture / Maria Rosario Jackson --
Commonality in values across the racial divide / Patricia Gurin [and others] --
Immigrant political empowerment in New York and Los Angeles / John Mollenkopf --
To be continued? The "problem of the color line" in the twenty-first century / David Roediger --
Conclusion: Color lines, the new society, and the responsibility of scholars / Gary Orfield.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Grant-Thomas and Gary Orfield ; foreword by Christopher Edley Jr.
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A collection that provides an overview of the contemporary racial and ethnic terrain in the United States. It addresses issues of work, education, family life and nationality for different ethnic  Read more...

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"An excellent and timely collection on an important set of civil rights issues." -Pedro Noguera, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University

 
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