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5:3:1 Ratio of Racism By Frank Streek
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An ‘imaginary autobiography’ set in factual context, 5 : 3 : 1 Ratio of Racism was inspired by a brave Cape Corps soldier who Frank Streek befriended while fighting in the Western Desert... More > during World War 2< Less
The Holocaust: Racism and Genocide In World War 2 By Carla Mooney
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Illustrated by Tom Casteel. What would your life be like if you were a Jewish person living in Germany in 1940? In The Holocaust: Racism and Genocide in World War II, readers ages 12 to 15 learn... More > about the events before and during the Nazi Party’s Final Solution and investigate the repercussions that the world is still experiencing today. Investigating previous events in the world’s history can help students understand the causes and effects of current events. Uses primary sources to engage readers in scholarly deconstruction of relevant material. Activities encourage the development of important skills, including comparing and contrasting, looking for detailed evidence, making deductions, and applying critical analysis to a wide variety of media.< Less
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Volume 6065, Science and the bible --- Scientific racism By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 6065, Science and the bible---Scientific racism Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman... More > scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Memoir of a Cashier: Korean Americans, Racism, and Riots By Carol Park
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Author Carol Park grew up in Los Angeles during the 1980s and 1990s, a time of ethnic strife. Now she seeks to give voice to the Korean American community both then and now. Memoir of a Cashier is... More > more than just a description of young girl’s life growing up while working in a bulletproof cashier’s booth in Compton, California. Park tells the story of the Korean American experience leading up to and after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. Intricately weaving the story of her mother into the text, she provides a bird’s-eye view into the Korean American narrative from her own unique perspective. With candor and direct language, she recounts the racism and traumatic incidents she lived through. Park bore witness to shootings, robberies, and violence, all of which twisted her worldview and ultimately shaped her life. In this memoir, a Korean American woman recalls her experiences of Los Angeles during the 1992 riots and shares her journey of finding her identity.< Less
Memoir of a Cashier: Korean Americans, Racism, and Riots By Carol Park
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Author Carol Park grew up in Los Angeles County during the 1980s and 1990s, a time of ethnic strife. Now she seeks to give voice to the Korean American community both then and now. Memoir of a... More > Cashier is more than just a description of a young girl’s life growing up while working in a bulletproof cashier’s booth in Compton, California. Park tells the story of the Korean American experience leading up to and after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. Intricately weaving the story of her mother into the text, she provides a bird’s-eye view into the Korean American narrative from her own unique perspective. With candor and direct language, she recounts the racism and traumatic incidents she lived through. Park bore witness to shootings, robberies, and violence, all of which twisted her worldview and ultimately shaped her life. In this memoir, a Korean American woman recalls her experiences of Los Angeles during the 1992 riots and shares her journey of finding her identity.< Less
IRS Secrets Revealed: Racism, Waste, Incompetence By Alexander Gordon
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Alexander Gordon’s life changed forever April 30, 2015, when investigators with the IRS Criminal Investigation Division and Tax Inspector General Tax Administration barged into his home waving... More > guns. For someone who had received performance awards every year, it was a shocking turn of events. He discovered he’d been indicted in the Eastern District Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Court, on charges of filing false tax returns, identity theft, and perjury. In this eye-opening account of the egregious practices the IRS commits on a daily basis, the author reveals how the agency hurts law-abiding citizens. Just as important, he explains how individuals can protect themselves from unfair collection policies. The book also provides a shocking account of the racism within the agency and how it hurts hardworking people. Join the author as he shares a personal story of being abused by the IRS and why every taxpayer needs to be wary of the agency.< Less
IRS Secrets Revealed: Racism, Waste, Incompetence By Alexander Gordon
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Alexander Gordon’s life changed forever April 30, 2015, when investigators with the IRS Criminal Investigation Division and Tax Inspector General Tax Administration barged into his home waving... More > guns. For someone who had received performance awards every year, it was a shocking turn of events. He discovered he’d been indicted in the Eastern District Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Court, on charges of filing false tax returns, identity theft, and perjury. In this eye-opening account of the egregious practices the IRS commits on a daily basis, the author reveals how the agency hurts law-abiding citizens. Just as important, he explains how individuals can protect themselves from unfair collection policies. The book also provides a shocking account of the racism within the agency and how it hurts hardworking people. Join the author as he shares a personal story of being abused by the IRS and why every taxpayer needs to be wary of the agency.< Less
Racism and Law Enforcement Corruption In Evans Georgia By Rev. Dr. Franklyn Beckles, Jr.
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A compelling true biography about the most racist and corrupt cities in the state of Georgia, and how one man's crusade to stand up against the evil establishment!
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