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Challenges to Equality : Poverty and Race in America

By: Hartman, Jean M.
Contributor(s): Lewis, John | Lewis, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (460 p.).ISBN: 9781315291550.Subject(s): Equality--United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Challenges to Equality: Poverty and Race in AmericaDDC classification: 305/.0973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part 1. Integration -- Civil Rights, Now and Then -- Wake Up, Jared Taylor! America is a Democracy Now! -- Digging Out of the White Trap -- Response -- Race and Space -- Telling History on the Landscape -- ""Don't Know Much About History..."" Quiz -- Bilingual Education -- Symposium: Is Integration Possible? -- Editor's Introduction -- By the Color of Our Skin: The Illusion of Integration and the Reality of Race -- Commentaries: -- The Politics of Equality -- Equality Versus Integration
Viable Integration Must Reject the Ideology of ""Assimilationism"" -- A Wake-Up Call for Liberals -- ""Now We Are Engaged in a Great Civil War, Testing Whether That Nation, Or Any Nation So Conceived and So Dedicated, Can Long Endure"" -- The Morally Lazy White Middle Class -- Today's Integration Challenge -- Half Full? Half Empty? -- Needed: An Antiwhite Movement -- Is Integration Possible? Of Course ... -- What Is the Question? Integration or Defeat of Racism? -- Education and Incentives to Actualize Integration -- Should Racial Integration Be Pursued As the Only Goal?
Progress in Integration Has Been Made -- Unillusioned -- Keeping the Dream -- No One Even Knows What Integration Is -- We Aspire to Integration and Practice Pluralism -- Integration: The Long Hard Road to the Right Destination -- The Politics of Perception -- Response to ""Is Integration Possible?"" Symposium -- Part 2. Poverty -- Editor's Introduction -- Economic Growth and Poverty: Lessons from the 1980s and 1990s -- Welfare Reform and Racial/Ethnic Minorities: The Questions to Ask -- The Outcomes of Welfare Reform for Women -- America's Fifth Child: It's Time To End Child Poverty in America
Wealth, Success, and Poverty in Indian Country -- Race and Poverty in the Rural South -- Poverty, Racial Discrimination, and the Family Farm -- Part 3. Education -- Editor's Introduction -- The Growing Education Gap -- Symposium: Is Racial Integration Essential to Achieving Quality Education for Low-Income Minority Students? In the Short Term? In the Long Term? -- A Case Could Be Made on Either Side -- Forced Racial Integration Has Produced Poor Results -- Upgrade Education in Schools Serving Poor and Minority Children -- Integration Is Not Cultural Assimilation -- All Students Are Not Equal
Separation, Then Integration -- Symposium: The Standards Movement in Education: Will Poor and Minority Students Benefit? -- The Standards Movement: Another Warning -- The Standards Movement in Education: A Part of Systemic Reform -- Standards or Standardization? -- Without Good Assessment, Standards Will Fail -- High-Stakes Testing: Potential Consequences for Students of Color, English-Language Learners, and Students with Disabilities -- The Education Vision: A Third Tier -- Part 4. Democratic Participation -- Editor's Introduction -- Why Not Democracy?
New Means for Political Empowerment: Proportional Voting
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part 1. Integration -- Civil Rights, Now and Then -- Wake Up, Jared Taylor! America is a Democracy Now! -- Digging Out of the White Trap -- Response -- Race and Space -- Telling History on the Landscape -- ""Don't Know Much About History..."" Quiz -- Bilingual Education -- Symposium: Is Integration Possible? -- Editor's Introduction -- By the Color of Our Skin: The Illusion of Integration and the Reality of Race -- Commentaries: -- The Politics of Equality -- Equality Versus Integration

Viable Integration Must Reject the Ideology of ""Assimilationism"" -- A Wake-Up Call for Liberals -- ""Now We Are Engaged in a Great Civil War, Testing Whether That Nation, Or Any Nation So Conceived and So Dedicated, Can Long Endure"" -- The Morally Lazy White Middle Class -- Today's Integration Challenge -- Half Full? Half Empty? -- Needed: An Antiwhite Movement -- Is Integration Possible? Of Course ... -- What Is the Question? Integration or Defeat of Racism? -- Education and Incentives to Actualize Integration -- Should Racial Integration Be Pursued As the Only Goal?

Progress in Integration Has Been Made -- Unillusioned -- Keeping the Dream -- No One Even Knows What Integration Is -- We Aspire to Integration and Practice Pluralism -- Integration: The Long Hard Road to the Right Destination -- The Politics of Perception -- Response to ""Is Integration Possible?"" Symposium -- Part 2. Poverty -- Editor's Introduction -- Economic Growth and Poverty: Lessons from the 1980s and 1990s -- Welfare Reform and Racial/Ethnic Minorities: The Questions to Ask -- The Outcomes of Welfare Reform for Women -- America's Fifth Child: It's Time To End Child Poverty in America

Wealth, Success, and Poverty in Indian Country -- Race and Poverty in the Rural South -- Poverty, Racial Discrimination, and the Family Farm -- Part 3. Education -- Editor's Introduction -- The Growing Education Gap -- Symposium: Is Racial Integration Essential to Achieving Quality Education for Low-Income Minority Students? In the Short Term? In the Long Term? -- A Case Could Be Made on Either Side -- Forced Racial Integration Has Produced Poor Results -- Upgrade Education in Schools Serving Poor and Minority Children -- Integration Is Not Cultural Assimilation -- All Students Are Not Equal

Separation, Then Integration -- Symposium: The Standards Movement in Education: Will Poor and Minority Students Benefit? -- The Standards Movement: Another Warning -- The Standards Movement in Education: A Part of Systemic Reform -- Standards or Standardization? -- Without Good Assessment, Standards Will Fail -- High-Stakes Testing: Potential Consequences for Students of Color, English-Language Learners, and Students with Disabilities -- The Education Vision: A Third Tier -- Part 4. Democratic Participation -- Editor's Introduction -- Why Not Democracy?

New Means for Political Empowerment: Proportional Voting

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