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Colorblind racism

  1. 1. COLORBLIND RACISM INTHE UNITED STATESETHS/RRS 100 | October 1st, 2012
  2. 2. Historical Shifts Pre 1960 the United States had both De Jure and De Facto Racism The Role of the Civil Rights Movement Challenging Covert Racism Tactics:  Pleas for Racial Equality  Elimination of Difference; Race seen as Racism  Integration  Racism as „Mean‟/ Immoral
  3. 3. Yet, Racial Disparities Continue... Civil Rights eliminated De Jure Racism Did not rectify unequal advantages and disadvantages “Racism Lite”
  4. 4. Disparities Income Education Health Incarceration
  5. 5. Income Median Family Income (2010):  White: $62,545  Black/ African American: $38,409  Asian/ Pacific Islander: $75,027*  Hispanic/Latino: $30,653 Percent Below Poverty Level (2009)  White Alone: 12.3%  Black Alone: 25.8%  Asian Alone: 12.5%  Hispanic: 25.3% United States Census Bureau (2010). “Money Income of Families, Median Value. ________. (2010). “Percent Below the Poverty Level.
  6. 6. A Closer Look at those AsianNumbers.... 2007-2009 Poverty Rates broken down by Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans in the United Asian Ethnic group... Asian American Center for Advancing Justice. A Ethnic Group Percent in Poverty States. (2011). “Poverty by Ethnic Group” Hmong 26% Bangladeshi 20% Cambodian 18% Pakastani 15% Vietnamese 14% Thai 14% Total Population (US) 14%
  7. 7. Attainment Income Gaps Across EducationalUnited States Census. (2010). “DegreesEarned by Level and Race/Ethnicity”
  8. 8. Education  Drop-Out Rates (2012)  White: 5.1%  Black: 8.0%  Hispanic: 15.1%  API: 4.2%  American Indian/Alaska Native: 12.4%  Schools with high rates of Latino and African American Students (CA):  Have an 11 times higher rate of having under-qualified teachers.  74% more likely to lack textbooks for students to use for homework.  73% more likely to report having issues with cockroaches, rats or mice.U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2012). The Condition ofEducation 2012 (NCES 2012-045),Indicator 33.American Civil Liberties Union. (2007). Race and Ethnicity in America.
  9. 9. Separate out the API Category forEducation... Educational Attainment by Ethnic Group (2007-2009) Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans in the United Ethnic Group High School College Degree Degree or Higher or Higher States. (2011). “Educational Attainment by Ethnic Asian American Center for Advancing Justice. A Total Population 85% 28% Thai 84% 42% Chinese (Except 82% 50% Taiwanese) Bangladeshi 81% 47% Vietnamese 72% 27% Laotion 66% 12% Cambodian 62% 14% Group” Hmong 61% 14%
  10. 10. Distribution by Race Post-Secondary DegreeUnited States Census Bureau (2010). “DegreesEarned by Level and Race/Ethnicity (2009)”
  11. 11. Health  Infant Mortality Rates Per Every 1,000 live births (2007)  Black: 13.3  American Indian: 9.22  Puerto Rican: 7.71  Non-Hispanic White: 5.63  API: 4.78  People Without Health Insurance (2008)  Hispanics: 30.4%  African American/Black: 17%  White: 9.9%McDorman, M., Matthews, T. (2011). “Understanding Racial and Ethnic Disparities in U.S. Infant Mortality Rates”.NCHS Data Brief, 74.Centers for Disease Control. (2008). “People Without Health Insurance Coverage by Race/Ethnicity”
  12. 12. 1 in 6 1 in 3 Incarceration- For Men1 in 17 Mauer, Marc. (2011). “Addressing Racial Disparities in Incarceration” Prison Journal, 91.
  13. 13. 1 out of 45 1 out of 18 1 out of 111 Incarceration- For WomenMauer, Marc. (2011). “Addressing Racial Disparitiesin Incarceration” Prison Journal, 91.
  14. 14. Rates of Incarceration (Per 100,000 People)Race National CaliforniaWhite 412 460Black 2290 2992Hispanic/Latino 742 782The Sentencing Project. (2007) “Uneven Justice: State Rates of Incarceration by Race and Ethnicity”
  15. 15. What Gives? Civil Rights Movement erased overt discrimination and racism. Structural advantage/disadvantage remains Racial ideology remains Tim Wise on Institutionalized Racism and Incarceration
  16. 16. What is Colorblind Racism? “Explains contemporary racial inequality as the outcome of non-racial dynamics...whites rationalize minorities‟ contemporary status as the product of market dynamics, naturally occurring phenomena, and blacks‟ [and other people of color] imputed cultural limitations” (Bonilla-Silva, 2)
  17. 17. Diversity and Multiculturalism Diversity:  Consumption of popular culture  Tension between individual acceptance of personal difference vs. resistance to group changes  Diversity is deeply racialized; a way to talk about race without talking about it. Multiculturalism  No mention of inequality  Assumes white center, everyone else brings culture
  18. 18. Colorblind Rhetoric About Disparities “Asians were able to assimilate and do well, why can‟t these other minorities?”“Well, there are moreBlacks and Latinos in “Where areprison because they you from?” “They just don‟tcommit more crimes” value education as much as we do” “They just don‟t work as hard; if they wanted it “I don‟t see race, I just more, they would see people” make more money”
  19. 19. Consequences If we don‟t talk about race, we can‟t fix it Blames People of Color for their own failures; bases White success on personal merit Allows for racist laws, and policies to be implemented without being labeled racist
  20. 20. Discussion Questions What are the differences between Colorblind Racism (CBR) of today and the Overt Racism of the 1950s? What are some examples of de facto racism today? How are the concepts of diversity and multiculturalism evidence of CBR? What are examples of the economic, cultural, or natural explanations of racial disparity that CBR uses?

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