Law 6892- Race and Racism in American Law
Professor Vernellia Randall
The University of Dayton School of Law

06: Black Americans: Jim Crow and Anti-Black Racism


 

        

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  • Feagin, pp. 169 - 204.
  • Perea,  pp. 148 to 178.

 


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01 Defining Race
02 Racism
03 Indians - Part I
04 Indians - Part II
05 Blacks - Part I
06 Blacks - Part II
07 Whites
08 Latinos - Part I
09 Latinos - Part II
10 Asian - Part I
11 Asian - Part II
12 Hawaiians
13a Arabs
13b Global Racism
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01: Defining Race ] 02: Prejudice, Stereotype, Racism and Discrimination ] 03: American Indians: Conquest to Allottment Period ] 04: American Indians: Reorganization/Contemporary Issues ] 05 Blacks: Slavery, Reconstruction and Reparations ] [ 06: Black Americans: Jim Crow and Anti-Black Racism ] 07: European-White Americans ] 08: Latinos: Mexican Americans and the Treaty Guadalupe Hildago ] 09: Latino: Puerto Rican and Independence ] 10: Asian Americans: Chinese Exclusion Act and Immigration ] 11: Japanese Americans and Concentration Camps ] 12: Native Hawai'ian Sovereignty ] 13a Arab American: Racial Profiling ] 13b Responses to Racism ]

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Thanks to Derrick Bell and his pioneer work: 
Race, Racism and American Law
(1993).