Tag Archives: race

Check us out : A quiet victory for Latino rights

A quiet victory for Latino rights : FDR and the controversy over “whiteness” / Patrick D. Lukens.

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Check us out : Race after the internet

Race after the Internet / edited by Lisa Nakamura and Peter A. Chow-White.

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Check us out : Geocritical Explorations

Geocritical explorations : space, place, and mapping in literary and cultural studies / edited by Robert T. Tally Jr. ; foreword by Bertrand Westphal.

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Check us out : Freedom with violence

Freedom with violence : race, sexuality, and the US state / Chandan Reddy.

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Check us out : The riots

The riots / Danielle Cadena Deulen.

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Check us out : Don’t forget the accent mark

Don’t forget the accent mark : a memoir / David A. Sánchez

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Check us out : Spiritual Mestizaje (2011)

Spiritual mestizaje : religion, gender, race, and nation in contemporary Chicananarrative / Theresa Delgadillo. (2011)

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Check us out : What is la hispanidad?

What is la hispanidad? : a conversation / Ilan Stavans and Iván Jaksic. (2011)

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Minorities Pay More For Utilities

 Stephen Gasteyer and Rachael Butts from Michigan State University examines how “structural inequalities” result impact utility costs and create disparities along racial lines.

Racial minorities pay systemically more for basic water and sewer services than white people. This “structural inequality” is not necessarily a product of racism,  but rather the result of whites fleeing urban areas and leaving minority residents to bear the costs of maintaining aging water and sewer infrastructure.” S. Gasteyer

http://news.msu.edu/story/10062