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In this assignment, you are required to present clear answers to the following questions:
How has corporate globalization shaped Mexican migration and employment patterns? What are the societal consequences of discrimination by European Americans against Mexican Americans?
What role do stereotypes and prejudices play in criminalizing Puerto Ricans considering they are a minority?
Please provide at least two examples. How does the theory of assimilation apply to Cuban Americans?
Does the “middleman minority” theoretical perspective fit the experiences of
Japanese Americans? Please define “model minority”. How is the “model
minority” stereotype harmful to Japanese and other Asian Americans?
Briefly explain why it is important to Asian Americans to discontinue the use of the term “Oriental”. Please list two reasons for the differences in economic mobility of Vietnamese Americans and Chinese Americans Please Consider the Minority Scenario?
List two methods Arab Americans use to challenge stereotypes (Remember this is a minority report)? Unlike various other religions in the US which are generally accepted, briefly explain why Islam is not fully accepted. Explain how the concpt of “mediated assimilation” applies to Arab and Middle Eastern Americans.
Introduction as presented by raceeserver org
The fight against racism is an immediate and urgent challenge to our Party. To meet this challenge, we are undertaking a new level of collective ideological struggle within the Party to deepen our working-class approach to this struggle.
We need an updated assessment of where the class and people’s movements are in the fight against racism, of the specific expressions of the increased level of racism and its impact on the class struggle. There are many new developments, the significance of which has not yet been fully grasped. A full collective discussion will make clearer our picture of how mass thought patterns and class consciousness are being influenced by the increased use of racism by the ruling class, a full discussion of our Party’s collective experience in the fight against racism will improve our practical work and initiative.
The discussion should strengthen understanding of what is needed to build the strongest, broadest unity to help the movements go on the offensive.
The document discusses the following areas:
what are the main features of the ruling class’ increased promotion of racism;
how does the increase in racism relate to the systemic crisis of capitalism;
what are the key issues in the fight against racism today;
what are the basics of our Marxist-Leninist analysis and approach;
what is the Party’s role on this critical fight.