Forum: Article 13: Since we elected an African American President twice, is racism still an Issue in America? (pp. 70-82)

07Sep 2021 by
This article focuses on the aspects of modern racism and enlightens students who think that race is no longer a problem, particularly since the election of Barack Obama, an African American man. The author makes the distinction between prejudice and racism, and identifies in great detail the effect institutional racism has on the daily lives of African Americans. Topics include the justice system, the health care system, the educational system, and the ways in which African Americans are disadvantaged with regard to employment opportunities.How does the factual evidence presented in this article lend support to affirmative action programs and policies?  What must white people acknowledge for race relations to improve?
 Bill Walker
Class participation is essential to the success of this course.  In order to attain all of the course objectives, everyone must be involved.  Your participation grade in this class will be based on items you post on the Blackboard Discussion page for each of the 20 articles shown on the course Blackboard Discussion page for which you do NOT submit an article review. You will not receive credit for both an Article Review and a Discussion posting for the same article.   Each discussion posting must be a minimum of 600 words in length and will be worth up to 1.5 points.  Approximately half of each posting should summarize major points made in the article with the remainder of the posting devoted to your discussion of your opinion regarding one or more of the issues discussed in the article.
 
In analyzing your comments, I will be looking for an indication that you have read the article and that you are able to critically analyze some part of the article.  I am expecting you to write a minimum of 600 words and I dont want you to merely repeat statements or arguments made in the article.  Some of the things you might write about are flaws you see in a particular argument made by the author, potential applications in the business world for recommendations made in the article, similarities or differences between the article you are commenting on and other articles in the book, other points the author might have made to support his/her/their arguments, responses to questions I might ask on the Discussion page, or responses to comments posted by other students (if you do this, merely stating that I agree/disagree with _______ will not get you maximum credit for your posting unless you go on to explain why you agree/disagree with a particular comment).  The first discussion posting for each article is my posting.  You may have to scroll down the list of discussion postings for an article in order to read my posting (which will be entitled Bills comments).  My posting will contain some information/questions that you might consider discussing if you are looking for topics to discuss related to the article. As you will note, some of the readings in the book are short and, consequently, coming up with a unique perspective on an article may be difficult since many other students might be commenting on the same article.  Should you find yourself in the position of finding it difficult to come up with something to say about an article, you may find it helpful to do a web search on the topic of the article and discuss information you find during the search.

You may post more than one discussion item for a particular article but only the first posting will be graded.  You do not have to discuss the articles in any particular order.  For example, the postings you make during the period from January 19 through February 7 may be for articles 8, 17, 28, 37 and 40; they dont have to be for the first five articles listed on the Discussion page. The submission dates for posting discussion items is shown below.   Your discussion items should be posted on the appropriate Blackboard Discussion page according to the following schedule (early and late submissions will not be accepted):

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