Sandfordin Resaitorosewood Massacrebellinghamriots

Sandfordin Resaitorosewood Massacrebellinghamriots

Sandfordin Resaitorosewood Massacrebellinghamriots

Select ONE of the following historical policies, court rulings and incidents from the table below. For your choice, briefly summarize what it was and how it affected the relevant racial group (1-2 paragraphs for the summary). In addition to this brief summary, address the following TWO questions:

  • What role do you see played by racial scripts in this policy/ruling/incident? In your answer, provide a concrete example of a racial script affecting the group(s) in question.

(HINT: Consult the Week 2 Molina reading and lecture slides for an understanding of racial scripts and their role in shaping racial outcomes)

  • Identify any contemporary relevance to the historical policy/ruling/incident. By “contemporary,” I mean anything event, development or policy that has taken place since 2000.

Alien land

Law Act

Dred Scott v.

Sandford

In re

Saito

Rosewood Massacre

Bellingham

Riots

Foreign Miners

Tax

Indian Citizenship Act

Takao Ozawa

v. U.S.

CA Greaser

Act

Mexican

Repatriation

People v.

George Hall

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Chinese

Massacre

In re

Rodriguez

CA

Prop 187

Tulsa

Race Massacre

Formatting

  • Maximum of 500 words, double spaced, Times New Roman 12 point font.
  • Please upload your submission in a format other than .pages file.
  • Use parenthetical citations and include a works cited page. MLA or APA style. Works cited page does NOT count toward the maximum word limit.
  • Cite at least 2 Sources can be assigned readings OR outside sources that you find on your own.
  • You can use the questions as sub-headings for the paper.

Citation Guide

Parenthetical citations must include the author(s) last name(s) and the year of publication. If you are directly quoting something from a reading, you must include the page number of the quoted passage as well. Examples:

The one drop rule was critical to the case of Plessy v. Ferguson (Shaw, DeSipio, Pinderhughes and Travis 2015).

Many prominent scientists believed in the strict separation of races, viewing miscegenation as troubling “because it created a third weaker race of mulattoes” (Shaw, DeSipio, Pinderhughes and Travis 2015 p. 17).

Scoring Guide (15 total points)

  • 4 point for brief summary of policy/ruling/incident
  • 4 points for identifying role played by racial scripts and providing a specific example in policy/ruling/incident
  • 4 points for identifying contemporary relevance of policy/ruling/incident
  • 3 discretionary points for following formatting and proper grammar rules, and overall quality of writing