Racial Tension In High School Case Study

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Example #1

DeFazio, Louis Vincent. "High School Student Attitudes regarding Race Relations and Racial Tension." Order No. 9535734 Temple University, 1995. Ann Arbor: ProQuest.

The purpose of the case study was to examine high school student attitudes regarding race relations and racial tension in the suburban school setting. The students and staff members at the high school experienced racial tension. White students did stereotype minorities according to race and color and tended to consider all students of color as being African-American. Attitudes about race and culture did vary within the five identifiable segments of the student population. Open communications between the students improved race relations

Example # 2

Ysais, Michelle Rae. "Students' Perceptions of Black-Latino Conflicts in Public Schools." Order No. 3491328 University of California, Riverside, 2011. Ann Arbor: ProQuest.

The research done on this project provides a student perspective of the so-called Black-Brown "racial" tension in Los Angeles high schools… A theoretical foundation for examining Black and Latino tensions and their structural influences is provided along with an explanation of the …show more content…

Reading through the timeline and learning that states in modern time had not completely abolished slave laws is alarming. “Slavery would not become illegal until the Thirteenth Amendment was officially ratified on December 6, 1865. Many Southern states resisted ratification even after the Civil War. Delaware and Kentucky rejected ratification and slavery persisted in those states for several more years before the practice ceased. Mississippi did not officially ratify the amendment until 130 years later, in 1995, and did not formally file the ratification until February 7,

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