How has race determined inclusion, exclusion, and segregation in U.S. society?
Answer the above question by constructing a clear thesis. The thesis equals your main claim or
assertion, along with supporting claims that make the overall argument compelling. To substantiate your argument and defend your position, you must engage with the required readings by
1. James A. Tyner, ?The Geopolitics of Eugenics
and the Exclusion of Philipine Immigrants from
the United States,? The Geographical Review,
89, no. 1 (1999), 54-73
2. David Roediger, ?Whiteness and Ethnicity in the
History of ?White Ethnics? in the United States,?
in Towards the Abolition of Whiteness: Essays
on Race, Politics, and Working Class History
3. George Martinez, ?Mexican Americans and
Whiteness,? in Critical White Studies, 210-212.
4. Robin D.G. Kelley, ?The Riddle of the Zoot:
Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics During
World War II,? in Race Rebels: Culture, Politics,
and the Black Working Class (1994), 161-181.
5. Anthony Mac?as, ?Bringing Music to the People:
Race, Urban Culture, and Municipal Politics
in Postwar Los Angeles,? American Quarterly
56, no. 3 (2004): 693-717.
6. Martha Menchaca and Richard R. Valencia,
?Anglo-Saxon Ideologies in the 1920s-1930s:
The Impact on the Segregation of Mexican
Students in California,? Anthropology &
Education Quarterly 21, no. 3 (1990): 222-249
7. Thomas J. Sugrue, ?Crabgrass-Roots Politics:
Race, Rights, and the Reaction against
Liberalism in the Urban North, 1940-1964,? in The
Civil Rights Movement (2001), 63-84.
to balancing your analysis and your voice with a mix of interwoven key quotes and paraphrasing.
You could only use the above 7 readings to quotes or paraphrasing. No other sources could be used