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    • Chapter 5: Civil Rights A More Perfect Union 1/e
    • Civil Rights• The Quest for Equality Under the Law – Inherent Characteristics – Suspect Classifications • Race • Religion • National Origin • Sex ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2
    • Civil Rights• Slavery and Its Aftermath – Slavery in the United States • Opposition to Slavery • The Civil War Era – Reconstruction and the First Civil Rights Acts – Backlash: Jim Crow Laws – Governmental Acceptance of Discrimination ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 3
    • ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 4
    • Civil Rights• The Civil Rights Movement – Fighting Back: Early Civil Rights Organizations – The End of Separate But Equal – Rosa Parks’s Civil Disobedience on a Montgomery Bus – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Strategy of Civil Disobedience • Nonviolent Civil Disobedience • The Reaction to Civil Disobedience ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 5
    • Civil Rights• The Government’s Response to the Civil Rights Movement – The Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Other Civil Rights Legislation in the 1960s – Impact of the Civil Rights Movement ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 6
    • ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 7
    • Civil Rights• The Movement for Women’s Civil Rights – First Wave of the Women’s Rights Movement • State-Level Rights • The Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution – Second Wave of the Women’s Rights Movement • Federal Legislation and Women’s Rights • Women’s Rights and the Equal Protection Clause • The Proposed Equal Rights Amendment ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 8
    • Civil Rights• Other Civil Rights Movements – Native Americans’ Rights – Citizens of Latin American Descent • Early Struggles of Mexican Americans • The Chicano Movement • Employment Discrimination and Other Civil Rights Issues ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 9
    • Civil Rights• Other Civil Rights Movements (continued) – Citizens of Asian Descent • Internment of Japanese Americans During WWII • Contemporary Issues for Asian Americans – Citizens with Disabilities – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Citizens (LGBT) • The Gay Pride Movement • Backlash Against the Movement for LGBT Civil Rights ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 10
    • Civil Rights• Affirmative Action: Is It Constitutional? – How Affirmative Action Works – Opposition to Affirmative Action ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 11
    • Chapter SevenEmployment, Education, & Social Services
    • Exhibit 7-1 California Unemployment
    • Exhibit 7-2 Work & Pay Wages by Occupation in California, 2005 50th Entry- Percentile Percentage Level (Median) Occupational Category of Hourly Hourly Employment Wage Wage State Average $8.88 $15.91Over $10/hour (38% of all workers) Management $23.99 $43.28 5.2% Architecture & Engineering $21.71 $34.18 2.2% Computer & Mathematical $21.59 $35.31 2.6% Legal $20.20 $38.60 0.7% Healthcare Practitioners & Technical $17.79 $30.08 4.1% Business & Financial Operations $17.71 $27.13 4.3% Life, Physical, & Social Science $16.92 $28.22 1.0% Education, Training, & Library $12.27 $22.17 6.2% Community & Social Services $11.97 $18.92 1.3% Construction & Extraction $11.94 $19.96 5.1% Installation, Maintenance, & Repair $11.68 $19.23 3.4% Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media $10.31 $19.18 2.0%
    • Exhibit 7-2 Work & Pay Wages by Occupation in California, 2005 50th Entry- Percentile Percentage Level Occupational Category (Median) of Hourly Hourly Employment Wage Wage State Average $8.88 $15.91Under $10/hour (62% of all workers) Office & Administrative Support $9.78 $14.72 18.3% Protective Service $9.08 $17.79 2.4% Healthcare Support $8.99 $12.02 2.1% Sales and Related $8.18 $12.18 10.4% Production $8.16 $11.49 6.8% Transportation & Material Moving $8.02 $11.57 7.1% Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance $7.81 $10.19 3.3% Personal Care & Service $7.72 $9.55 2.2% Farming, Fishing, & Forestry $7.71 $8.19 1.2% Food Preparation and Serving-Related $7.68 $8.36 7.9%
    • Exhibit 7-3 Family Budgets Hourly Annual Estimated% Family wage income belowBasic family budget for a two- 56% of joint- working-adult, two-child family $15.37 $63,921 return (2005) taxpayersBasic family budget for a two-adult, 39% of joint- two-child family with one adult $21.22 $44,130 return working (2005) taxpayers 87% of head-of-Basic family budget for a one-adult, $25.96 $53,987 household two-child family (2005) taxpayers 60% of singleBasic budget for a single adult $12.44 $25,867 taxpayers
    • Exhibit 7-3 Family Budgets, Wages, & Poverty Levels Hourly Annual Estimated percent wage income belowCalifornia median hourly wage (2004) d $15.06 $31,325 50% of employees 50% of joint-returnCalifornia median family income (2004) $58,327 taxpayers 9% of all taxableCalifornia minimum wage (2005) $6.75 $14,040 returns 26% of head-of-Federal poverty level for a $7.32 $15,219 householdone-adult, two-child family (2004) taxpayers 61% of head-of-Low income: 2 × federal poverty level for $14.64 $30,438 household a one-adult, two-child family (2004) taxpayersFederal poverty level for a 12% of joint-return $9.21 $19,157two-adult, two-child family (2004) taxpayersLow income: 2 × federal poverty level for 32% of joint-return $18.42 $38,314 a two-adult, two-child family (2004) taxpayers
    • Exhibit 7-4 Poverty in California
    • Exhibit 7-5 Least Affordable Metropolitan Areas Percent Q1 2006 Homes Median Median Metropolitan Area Affordable Family Sales for Income Price Median (000s) (000s) IncomeSanta Rosa-Petaluma, CA 10.7 75.1 532Oakland-Fremont-Hayward, CA 9.4 83.8 555Fresno, CA 9.2 47.0 297Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA 8.4 57.5 385Madera, CA 8.1 48.0 308Sacramento--Arden-Arcade--Roseville, CA 7.9 65.4 400San Francisco-San Mateo-Redwood City, CA 7.8 91.2 745San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles, CA 7.8 63.8 533Stockton, CA 6.5 57.1 430Nassau-Suffolk, NY 6.1 91.0 475New York-White Plains-Wayne, NY-NJ 6.1 59.2 472Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA 5.9 75.1 672Napa, CA 5.8 75.0 600Merced, CA 5.5 46.4 365San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA 5.2 64.9 491Salinas, CA 5.0 62.2 600Modesto, CA 3.9 54.4 380Santa Barbara-Santa Maria, CA 3.2 65.8 580Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, CA 2.5 78.3 608Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA 1.9 56.2 500National 41.3 59.6 250
    • Exhibit 7-6 Fair Market Rents in California Fair Market Rents (FMR) by Number of Hourly Wage (at 40 hours per week) Needed to Metropolitan Area Bedrooms Afford FMR Zero One Two Three Four Zero One Two Three FourCalifornia $805 $942 $1,149 $1,598 $1,864 $15.48 $18.11 $22.09 $30.72 $35.85Bakersfield $485 $524 $624 $902 $1,081 $9.33 $10.08 $12.00 $17.35 $20.79Chico $473 $562 $678 $956 $1,141 $9.10 $10.81 $13.04 $18.38 $21.94El Centro $471 $533 $657 $904 $1,152 $9.06 $10.25 $12.63 $17.38 $22.15Fresno $540 $595 $702 $1,021 $1,100 $10.38 $11.44 $13.50 $19.63 $21.15Hanford-Corcoran $495 $527 $612 $892 $1,075 $9.52 $10.13 $11.77 $17.15 $20.67Los Angeles-Long Beach $789 $952 $1,189 $1,597 $1,921 $15.17 $18.31 $22.87 $30.71 $36.94Madera $496 $521 $664 $965 $995 $9.54 $10.02 $12.77 $18.56 $19.13Merced $458 $523 $635 $906 $1,057 $8.81 $10.06 $12.21 $17.42 $20.33Modesto $564 $623 $734 $1,053 $1,216 $10.85 $11.98 $14.12 $20.25 $23.38Napa $754 $845 $1,098 $1,519 $1,725 $14.50 $16.25 $21.12 $29.21 $33.17Oakland-Fremont $943 $1,130 $1,339 $1,865 $2,288 $18.13 $21.73 $25.75 $35.87 $44.00Orange County $1,034 $1,161 $1,392 $1,992 $2,288 $19.88 $22.33 $26.77 $38.31 $44.00Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura $1,042 $1,156 $1,462 $2,127 $2,453 $20.04 $22.23 $28.12 $40.90 $47.17Redding $464 $540 $657 $959 $1,155 $8.92 $10.38 $12.63 $18.44 $22.21Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario $715 $781 $911 $1,294 $1,512 $13.75 $15.02 $17.52 $24.88 $29.08Sacramento--Roseville $742 $846 $1,008 $1,469 $1,712 $14.27 $16.27 $19.38 $28.25 $32.92Salinas $827 $931 $1,069 $1,510 $1,582 $15.90 $17.90 $20.56 $29.04 $30.42San Benito County $588 $796 $885 $1,254 $1,552 $11.31 $15.31 $17.02 $24.12 $29.85San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos $836 $954 $1,158 $1,688 $2,036 $16.08 $18.35 $22.27 $32.46 $39.15San Francisco $998 $1,227 $1,536 $2,051 $2,167 $19.19 $23.60 $29.54 $39.44 $41.67San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara $939 $1,103 $1,302 $1,870 $2,051 $18.06 $21.21 $25.04 $35.96 $39.44San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles $641 $758 $923 $1,345 $1,384 $12.33 $14.58 $17.75 $25.87 $26.62Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Goleta $828 $924 $1,037 $1,366 $1,559 $15.92 $17.77 $19.94 $26.27 $29.98Santa Cruz-Watsonville $873 $1,030 $1,343 $1,933 $1,992 $16.79 $19.81 $25.83 $37.17 $38.31Santa Rosa-Petaluma $749 $912 $1,151 $1,633 $1,910 $14.40 $17.54 $22.13 $31.40 $36.73Stockton $602 $686 $846 $1,162 $1,463 $11.58 $13.19 $16.27 $22.35 $28.13Vallejo-Fairfield $796 $857 $983 $1,378 $1,698 $15.31 $16.48 $18.90 $26.50 $32.65Visalia-Porterville $481 $538 $625 $894 $918 $9.25 $10.35 $12.02 $17.19 $17.65Yolo $679 $719 $879 $1,281 $1,362 $13.06 $13.83 $16.90 $24.63 $26.19Yuba City $437 $493 $606 $882 $944 $8.40 $9.48 $11.65 $16.96 $18.15
    • Nation’s Report Card:Exhibit 7-7Comparing California
    • Nation’s Report Card:Exhibit 7-7Comparing California
    • Nation’s Report Card:Exhibit 7-7Comparing California
    • Students enrolled per teacherExhibit 7-8and average teacher salary inpublic K-12 schools