Please answer four of the following five questions (25 points each). Each respo

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Please answer four of the following five questions (25 points each).
Each response is limited to
a maximum of 400 words per answer.
There is a word limit of 400 words for each answer. So, no single answer can be longer than 400 words.
The best answers will draw on information from the lectures and videos to support their main points. For example, if you’re answering the socioeconomic inequality question, you’ll want to reference the “racial wealth gap” video, which explains how government policies helped create that gap.
1) Explain the circumstances that led to the Civil Rights Movement. That is, what were
some of the unfair conditions and laws that the movement was protesting? And what
factors contributed to the mobilization of African Americans into the most successful
social movement in American history?
2) Explain the causes and consequences of the Voting Rights Act. That is, what led to
passing the Voting Rights Act? And how has the Voting Rights Act affected minority
3) Explain the causes and consequences of the 1965 Immigration Act. That is, what led to
passing the act to pass? And how has the Immigration Act affected minority politics?
4) What were the goals and tactics of the empowerment/nationalist movements of the late
1960s and 1970s? Why weren’t pluralism and the tactics of the civil rights movement
enough to achieve these goals?
5) Explain how government policies led to racial and ethnic socioeconomic inequality? That
is, what were some of the government policies that created the racial wealth gap and
other forms of socioeconomic inequality? And how are the consequences of those
policies still affecting racial and ethnic minorities today?
Sources From Class:
Week 1: Civil Rights Movement
Lecture 1 PPT
Eyes on The Prize: Awakenings Documentary
Eyes on The Prize: No Easy March Documentary
Week 2: Voting Rights
The Color of Law:
Stacey Abrams: We Cannot Resign Ourselves to Dismay and Disenfranchisement:

Whose Vote Counts, Explained | Full Episode | Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio | Netflix:

Week 3: Immigration
PoliSci 61 Lecture 4: The Second Foundation of U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics: The Immigration Act of 1965:

DeSipio Guest Lecture #2: Immigration Restrictions in the Trump Era:
harvest of loneliness:

ICE Raids Increase & Escaping Mexico’s Dangers: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO):

Week 4: Empowerment Movements
Empowerment Lecture Slides
Chicano Fighting for political power:

The Black Panthers documentary:

Yellow Peril:
The Black Panthers: Ten Point Program:
Latino History Month #1:
Latino History Month #1
Week 5: Socioeconomic Inequality
SES Lecture PPT:
Explained: Racial Wealth Gap:

Dodger Stadium was built on the stolen land of Mexican Americans:

Last Week Tonight: Housing Discrimination:

The Daily Show: Highway Racism:

How wealth inequality has changed in the U.S. since the Great Recession, by race, ethnicity and income:

How wealth inequality has changed in the U.S. since the Great Recession, by race, ethnicity and income

The $236,500 Hole in the American Dream:


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