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Annual Editions: Race and Ethnic Relations, 19/e

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The Annual Editions series is designed to provide convenient, inexpensive access to a wide range of current articles from some of the most respected magazines, newspapers, and journals published today. Annual Editions are updated on a regular basis through a continuous monitoring of over 300 periodical sources. The articles selected are authored by prominent scholars, researchers, and commentators writing for a general audience. Each Annual Editions volume has a number of features designed to make them especially valuable for classroom use: an annotated Table of Contents, a Topic Guide, an annotated listing of supporting websites, Learning Outcomes and a brief overview for each unit, and Critical Thinking questions at the end of each article. Go to the McGraw-Hill Create™ Annual Editions Article Collection at www.mcgrawhillcreate.com/annualeditions to browse the entire collection. Select individual Annual Editions articles to enhance your course, or access and select the entire Kromkowski: Annual Editions: Race and Ethnic Relations, 19/e ExpressBook for an easy, pre-built teaching resource by clicking here. An online Instructor’s Resource Guide with testing material is available for each Annual Editions volume. Using Annual Editions in the Classroom is also an excellent instructor resource. Visit the Create Central Online Learning Center at www.mhhe.com/createcentral for more details.

Table of Contents

Kromkowski, AERER 19e

Preface

Correlation Guide

Topic Guide

UNIT 1 Contemporary Experiences: Persons and Places, Identities and Communities

1. Judge upholds most of Arizona law banning ethnic studies, Lindsey Collom, The Republic AZCentral, March 11, 2013
Linsey Collom's report public conflict regarding legislation and court support for limitations on curriculum focused on ethnic traditions deepens an already severe gaps in comity in a state conflicted by immigration policy and political ideology.
2. Chicago and the Irish, Tom Deignan, Irish America, August/September, 2008
Deignan's profi le of the Irish in Chicago, and the compilation of personal expressions of ethnic identity reveal the dual characteristics nature of affinities to places and culture that shapes the personality of the members of an ethnic group.
3. Jewish and Muslim, Bonding Over Dieting, Dina Kraft, The New York Times, March 17, 2013
Dina Kraft's report on the activities of Jewish and Muslim women in Brookline and their convergence on issues of healthy eating and self esteem reveals the process of organizing coalitions among religious and ethnic groups.
4. New African Immigrants, Aneide Okuore, NCUEA/CRVP Occasional Paper, March 2013
Aneide Okure's account of a new immigrant population reveals the challenges of maintaining and yet renegotiating personal, familial and community relationships that shape identities within the religious, ethnic and new cultural-social contexts encountered in the United States of America.
5. Prince William's Struggle Offers Mixed Lessons for Immigration Reform, Pamela Constable and Tara Bahrampour, The Washington Post, February 16, 2013
This account from another sector of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area and its pathway toward participation and the aspiration for creating a template for immigration reform and the attendant processes of resolving tension and creating fair governance.
6. Towson University Frustrated with Negative Attention Over Racial Issues, Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun, April 3, 2013
Carrie Wells reports on a campus safety patrol initiated by The White Student Union, a non-university authorized organization with origin to efforts at the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC) to segregate blacks from with the Republican Party. of The White Student Union and the efforts of student leaders and the university administration support of tolerance and diversity in the face of tension caused by the

UNIT 2 Immigration: The Origin of Diversity, The Political Constructions of Disparities and The Development of Pluralism

7. Racial Restrictions in the Law of Citizenship, Ian F. Haney López, White By Law: The Legal Construction of Race, New York University Press, 1996
This article traces the legal history of naturalization in the development of the defi nitions and legal norms that affected American citizenship.
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8. Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court of the United States, 1856
This case is concerned with the claim by Dred Scott, a slave, who was taken by his master to live in a free state, and then claimed to have lost his status as a slave. The Court ruled that the U.S. Constitution did not protect him, nor other African Americans, whether they were considered free or held as slaves.
9. Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al. from U.S. Reports, 1954
In this case the Court overturned Plessy v. Ferguson, and ended dejure segregation of public schools. The Court ruled that "separate but equal has no place in public education for separate education and facilities are inherently unequal.
10. Historical Discrimination in the Immigration Laws, from The Tarnished Golden Door, September 1980
This article summarizes the history of immigration laws and their effects on immigrants groups: the Nativist movement of the 1830s, The Chinese Exclusion Acts of the 1880s, the quota system of the 1920s, and the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952
11. The American Community Survey: The New Dimensions of Race and ethnicity in America, John David Kromkowski, Building Blocks; Occasional Papers, The National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, March 2013
This article provides a synopsis of data race and ethnic data collection and facsimiles of Census question asked race or color from 1790-2010. populations totals for 105 specific ethnic groups and unclassified and other not dis-aggregated groups for 2010 and a cross-tab array of social indicators and profiles for American ethnic groups with over 1,000,000,000 persons.
12. Still Unmelted after All These Years, John David Kromkowski, Occasional Papers Series, NCUEA, June 20, 2008
This article systematically measures American ethnic diversity, quantifi es, and compares levels of ethnic variety at the state level, and presents graphic evidence of profound ethnic clustering.

UNIT 3 Indigenous Ethnic Groups: The Native Americans

13. Tribal Philanthropy Thrives, Daniel Gibson, Native Peoples: Arts and Lifeways, August 2008
Daniel Gibson's report on the social value of sharing, and profiles of Native American associations and their contributions and self-help efforts adds a new dimension to mainstream knowledge of Native Americans, beyond their activities in gaming.
14. American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2012 U.S Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, November 2012
This Census report provides a summary profile of the contemporary descendants of indigenous populations and references to AmericanFactfinder websites from which the researcher can drill-down into more detailed data about specific regions and populations.
15. In Montana, an Indian Reservation's Children feel the Impact of Sequestration's Cuts, Lyndsey Layton, The Washington Post, March 22, 2013
Lyndsey Layton's account from Poplar, Montana is a portrait of a deeply troubled situation made even more difficult by the impact of reductions in federal support for schools, the only life-line for many Native Americans.

UNIT 4 African Americans

16. Black ( African American) History Month: February 2013. U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, February 2013
This Census report provides a summary of social indicators of Black (African American) Americans and includes references to other US Census data bases and the AmericanFactfinder websites from which the researcher can drill-down into more detailed information.
17. Nationwide Poll of African American Adults, Zogby Analytics Data commissioned by Robert L Johnson. Online survey collected from February 14 through February 20, 2013
These data drawn from representative sample weighed to include age, race, gender region, party, education and religion provides profile of ethnic group values and opinions and thus a rarely compiled accurate composite of the perceptions and perspectives of African American adults.
18. What black parents are telling their sons, Dahleen Glanton, Chicago Tribune, March 24, 2012
Dahleen Glanton's article about the impact of the killing of Trayvon Martin, a 17 years-old, in Sanford, Florida reveals how this event and its wide spread discussion awaken fears in many African American families and reminded the public at large of the harassment most young black men have encountered.
19. Poverty Rates for Selected Detailed Race and Hispanic Groups by State and Place, 2007-2011. Suzanne Mccartney, Alemayehu Bishaw and Kayla Fontenot, U.S Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration. U,S. Census Bureau, February 2013
This compilation and array of indicators derided from the American Community Survey Briefs, enables us to measure variations in location, ethnicity, and extent of poverty and the attendant marginalized condition and lack of participation in the workforce related to both short term and persistent poverty that afflicts persons and places.

UNIT 5 Hispanic /Latino/a Americans

20. Profile America: Facts for Features, Cinco de Mayo, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau. , March 21, 2012
This summary compilation of data on the Mexican American population, its geographic distribution and other significant social/economic indicators as well as addresses of Americanfactfinder sites enable researchers to drill down into troves of information collected in the Decennial Census and in the American Communities Survey.
21. The Foreign Born From Latin American and the Caribbean, 2010. American Community Survey Briefs, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau.
This compilation of information provides arrays of aggregated and disaggregated indicators including size, distribution, place of birth, citizenship for persons from born in Latin America and the Caribbean, the locus of stunning emigration; From less than a million in 1960 to 21.2 million in 2010
22. Same as #30 11/12. Latino Agricultural Workers and Their Young Families: Advancing Theoretical and Empirically Based Conceptualizations, Sandra Barrueco and Robert O'Brien, Occasional Paper, Research funded by The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , July 2010
This pioneering report on the state of millions of Latino children provides a comprehensive review of findings and an analytical framework of the complex constellation of facets that must be addressed by public policies and practices related to the well-being children and families in the agricultural workforce.

UNIT 6 Asian Americans

23. The Foreign Born From Asia: 2011 Thomas Gryn and Christine Gambino, American Community Survey Briefs, U.S Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration. U,S. Census Bureau, October 2012
This report on foreign-born ethnic groups reveals the over on quarter of foreign-born ethnic are from Asia and such American Communities data Survey provide a summary profile population pattern derived from immigration
24. Profile America Facts for Features: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month : May 2013. U. S. Department of Commerce, U. S. Census Bureau News, March 27, 2013
This report on ethnic groups that constitute in composite the of Asian populations and the various web-based data resources of the U.S. Census and American Communities Survey provide a profile of social indicators as well as a reminders Congressional Resolutions and Commemorations of Asian participation in the peopling of America.
25. Filipino Americans: An Introduction to Their (Mostly) Recent Historiography, Roland L. Guyotte, The Immigration and Ethnic History NEWSLETTER, May 2012
Guyotte review of Filipino American relations with the United States, the various voices and transitions that comprise the unique textures of statuses among ethnic populations and the development of usable histories of their people hood, migration and settlement provides a solid base from new understanding of ethnicity can be forged.

UNIT 7 Euro/Mediterranean Ethnic Americans

26. Neither Natural Allies Nor Irreconcilable Foes : Alliance Building Efforts between African Americans and Immigrants, Yusuf Sarfati and Cheryl McLaughlin, Kirwan Institute Update, Spring 2008
The authors review strategies for intergroup relations, and also pose a larger question about culture and the common good.
27. Irish-American Heritage Month (March) and St. Patrick's Day(March 17) 2013. U. S. Department of Commerce, U. S. Census Bureau News, February 20, 2013
This press release used by feature writers in need of accurate information for their accounts of St. Patrick's Day celebrations enables them to more move beyond the `blarney' of the ethnic imagination into the world of aggregated data and even toward accessing fine grain information about Irish American and hundreds of other ethnic groups available from the American Factfinder.
28. Arab Voices: Listening and Moving Beyond Myths, Dr. James Zogby, Arab American Institute, October 25, 2010
James Zobgy's important book, Arab Americans: What They Are Saying to Us and Why It Matters and his pioneering report on ethnic group issues and values titled, What Ethnic Really Think, opened a new era of accessible information about ethnicity in this synopsis of insights into the realities that are especially related to Arab American he reveals assumptions and misperceptions that have blurred our understanding of important matters of common concern.
29. Arab Americans: The Zogby Culture Polls 2000-2004, John Zogby Archives, National Center for Urban ethnic Affairs/Institute for Policy research and Catholic Studies, 2008
These tabulations revisits and updates the findings of What Ethnic Americans Really Think, the pioneering compilation of cultural affinities, intensity of ethnic identification with ethnic heritage and social/ political/economic values derived from the largest data set and most systematic comparative values study of ethnic populations in America.
30. Blood in the Marketplace: The Business of Family in the Godfather Narratives, Thomas J Ferraro, In The Invention of Ethnicity, Edited by Werner Sollors, Oxford University Press, 1989
Ferraro's detailed analysis of art and history and the formation of socially effective modes of articulating ethnically charged symbols, narratives and the intersection of such mentalities into directives forces of economic and cultural power reveal the complexity of explanation and inter-textuality as well as the problems of reform and justice that may be related to post-modern academic and literary isolation.

UNIT 8 Contemporary Dilemmas and Contentions: The Search for Convergent Issues and Common Values

31. Comparison On Ethnic Pride: Irish Catholic, Eastern European, Arab, Hispanic, Italian Chinese and Other Mixed Ethnicities: The Zogby Culture Polls 2000-2004, John Zogby Archives, National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs/Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies, 2008
These tabulations revisits and updates the findings of What Ethnic Americans Really Think, the pioneering compilation of cultural affinities, intensity of ethnic identification with ethnic heritage and social/ political/economic values derived from the largest data set and most systematic comparative values study of ethnic populations in America.
32. Changing Standards in Voting Rights Law, Frank R.Parker, Redistricting in the 1990s: A Guide for Minority Groups, July 1989
In 2013 the U.S. Supreme Court decided to hear questions related to the Voting Rights Act of 1965; in light of this constitutional challenge, Parker's review of the law presents timely occasion to become acquainted with the standards and remedies to assure fairness and legal protection in electoral participation of minority group citizens.
33. Veterans' Racial and Ethnic Composition and Place of Birth: 2011, Jason-Harold Lee and Julia B. Beckhusen. American Community Survey Briefs, U.S Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration. U,S. Census Bureau, December 2012
This compilation of information about racial and ethnic diversity and geographic clustering provides another angle of vision on changes due in part to the creation of an all-volunteer military service and poses questions about the relationship of the military to the general population and its implication for democracy as well as foreign policy. military
34. A striking racial divide in deaths by fire arms, Dan Keating, The Washington Post, March 24, 2013
Dan Keating's article documents the impact of guns in America reveals a remarkable split between black and white populations of death by homicide and suicides and state by patterns of gun related deaths.

UNIT 9 New Horizons and the Recovery of Insight: Understanding Cultural Pluralism

35. The Geometer of Race, Stephen Jay Gould, Discover, November, 2004
This short and classic account eighteenth century "scientific claims" regarding the origins races reveals the deficit from which popular views and the embedded errors that linger in our language of ethnic variety and pluralism.
36. Racism Isn't What It Used to Be, Ed Marciniak and Don Wycliff, Commonweal, June 1, 2001
The thoughtful observations and reflections of these authors on the nature of racism are essential elements of the lexicon required for understanding contemporary issues of group relations.
37. Race in America: A Discussion of Cathy J. Cohen's Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American Politics, Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, Taeku Lee, and Mark R. Warren, Perspectives on Politics, The American Political Science Association, September 2012
This conversation grounded in the findings of Cathy J. Cohen's significant research of the prospects of black youth addresses question of participation, socialization and education as well as the institutionalization of segmentation and the attendant concentration in places that are not nurturing, but isolating and without effective mobility options.
38. A Promised Land, A Devil's Highway: The Crossroads of the Undocumented Immigrant, Daniel G. Groody, In Romero's Legacy: The Call to Peace and Justice, A Sheed & Ward Book, Rowan & Littlefield, 2007
Daniel Groody frames the "at the border" experiences of Mexican immigrants, who are pushed by poverty and pulled by hope, into an easily accessible religious/theological reflection that invites readers to enter contemporary questions of immigration policy with a fuller understanding of religious imagination and the American promise as beacon of liberty and justice.


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