I need 250 words Initial Post and 2 replies of 60-70 words each. I will post the replies later after the initial post. I need initial post in 5  hours
Let’s have a meaningful class discussion about Race and Ethnic Inequality by applying critical thinking skills and concepts as presented in Module 3 items # 40 thru 43. Contribute reactions, comments and additional examples.
Be respectful of your classmates. 

Minimum requirements:

Offer 1 observation (2 typed paragraphs or 2 minute video)
AND
Reply to 2 classmates (1 typed paragraph to each or 1 minute video to each)

Remember to use the Rich Text Editor to add your typed-written response, video, images, equations, tables, links and more!
“Your posts should reflect you spent at least 20 minutes to reflect on each of these tasks.” This means 20 minutes on your initial observation and 20 minutes responding to two classmates.
Reflect on your experience reading and reviewing module content, make connections, examine content through the lens of abstraction or theory, and generate your own questions about it, to take more active and conscious control in understanding it through your observations and discussions.
Staggering your responses will help the discussion and interactions with others since many will post shortly before the deadline, making discussion difficult. Visit the discussion board well before the due date and continue to visit posts until the deadline to generate and keep conversations going.Andrea Frunz

Sunday11 Oct at 15:32

Manage discussion entry

This module was very eye opening, there are a lot of stereotypes and opinions when it comes to racial and ethnic inequality. There is a lot of inequality that goes on in our world from job discrimination to housing discrimination. In the first video presented to us there was an example of a game and it demonstrated certain housing policies that were in place making it harder for Latinos or African Americans to move out of low income areas into newly developed or suburban neighborhoods. These policies make it practically impossible for Latinos or African Americans to move over all discriminating against them and creating these primarily white neighborhoods. Some of these policies have since been removed but because of the gap over generations and generations it is still impossible.  Housing is only one example of where this inequality exists and even when there are changes it can not be reversed over a single generation. 
In the second video presented in regards to implicit bias, Hockett says implicit bias  is connected to our subconscious and it not directly expressed through our thoughts but does align with our spoken out loud thoughts and through our verbal communication.  Implicit bias is unavoidable and we all have it even if we don’t think we do. We all have a bias towards something even if it’s not very obvious, women could unconsciously favor a women in the debate of a man or women simply because she’s a women and they can relate.  
PBS’s “Race- The Power of Illusion” was a helpful tool that provided a different perspective of race. One sections of the website I utilized was the “What is Race” section that has 10 different facts. Race is a modern societal concept that did not exist in ancient societies. Race also has no one distinct genetic marker that everyone of a specific race has. This made me wonder who came up with this concept of race and why it became a big deal. Different cultures have always existed, but I believe there wasn’t specific negative connotations towards certain cultures so why are certain races looked at negatively and this makes me wonder where why this ever occurred. Additionally, 

Julia Gray

Monday

This particular module content has really educated me more on the controversial topics of race and inequalities that accompany, and it has inspired me to do more research and to remain open-minded to hearing other’s stories and experiences in relation to this material. There has been several upbringings of this social issue during this time of the pandemic, and when the Black Lives Matter Movement popularized during quarantine, I set aside time to educate myself on this topic, by hearing both sides of the argument and understanding why this is a social problem and why it continues to linger. From the research and education I took on to be more familar with these topics, I realized how important it is to understand and be aware of these issues because aw




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