The blues style of music originated in the work fields of the southern United States. Historians believe that blues began in infancy as a field holler whose call and response style developed into work songs that matured into the blues. Minstrel show music, ragtime, and spirituals were also influential in its evolution. In the nineteenth century, white Americans got their first taste of black music through blackface minstrel shows, which affected race relations in a positive and negative way. With the discovery and recording of blues in the twentieth century, this familiarity steadily intensified. Many historians assert that blues, the music created by blacks, has improved race relations in the United States since its recognition by whites. The music was a unique cultural offering that whites could not deny. It was something new and intriguing to whites that shed a new light on blacks and their place in American culture and society.. The entire span of the development and popularization of ...
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BLUEFIELD, W.Va (WVVA) - In case you missed it, on Sunday June 7, WVVAs In Focus segment centered on race relations in America in the wake of 46-year-old George Floyds death. He was killed May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.. Since then, protests and riots have happened all over America. Peaceful protests have taken place in cities and towns across Southern West Virginia as well.. The guests featured on this edition of In Focus include Dr. Kristi Dumas, a Beckley psychologist, Robert Dunlap, a Beckley attorney and Bishop Frederick Brown with the Faith Center Church in Bluefield, West Virginia.. In Focus is a 30-minute show that airs every Sunday at 9 a.m. on WVVA.. If you have any ideas for future editions of In Focus, email us at [email protected] You can also email your ideas to the hosts, evening anchors Melinda Zosh at [email protected] and Martin Staunton at [email protected] ...
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Groups call on govt to appoint more minority judges UARR Invited Comment to Sharenews July 24th, 2014 The Urban Alliance on Race Relations has sent a letter in support of the lawyers as they seek diversity in the workplace. We believe that greater effort and political will is required to bring fairness and transparency to…
Poly Prep senior Ayisha McHugh (Class of 2012) has won the prestigious Princeton Prize in Race Relations. She is the sole winner from New York City. McHugh was set to receive her award at the Princeton Club on April 11. She will also participate in the
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison (D) talked about race relations and police reform, including the death of George Floyd while in custody of Minneapolis police. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter in the death of Mr. Floyd. Mr. Ellison also talked about the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act and urged the Senate to pass the legislation. Shortly before this event, Attorney General Ellison announced that his office would lead the prosecution against former Brooklyn Center (MN) police officer Kimberly Potter, who was charged in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
This study argues that President Obamas strong association with an issue like health care should polarize public opinion by racial attitudes and race. Consistent with that hypothesis, racial attitudes had a significantly larger impact on health care opinions in fall 2009 than they had in cross-sectional surveys from the past two decades and in panel data collected before Obama became the face of the policy. Moreover, the experiments embedded in one of those reinterview surveys found health care policies were significantly more racialized when attributed to President Obama than they were when these same proposals were framed as President Clintons 1993 reform efforts. Dozens of media polls from 1993 to 1994 and from 2009 to 2010 are also pooled together to show that with African Americans overwhelmingly supportive of Obamas legislative proposals, the racial divide in health care opinions was 20 percentage points greater in 2009-10 than it was over President Clintons plan back in 1993-94 ...
The Dividing Wall of Hostility (Ephesians 2:14) separated the Gentiles from the Jews when they all went to the Temple. The Gentiles were threatened with death if they tried to enter the Jews only section. How do you think the average Black family, or Indian family, or Asian family, or interracial family, etc… feels when they enter a gathering of our church ...
This data collection presents the results of a survey of the members of six high school senior classes in the Atlanta, Georgia, area from December 1973-March 1974. The focus of the study was on social learning, peer group influence, parental influence on political socialization, and attitudes toward race relations and other social issues. An attempt was made to interview each senior in the selected schools in hour-long, face-to-face interviews. Topics probed in the student survey included: (1) support for country, government, and political system, (2) good citizenship, (3) active orientation to government and political affairs, (4) community virtues, (5) moral, ethical, and religious attributes and practices, (6) interpersonal relations and social behavior, (7) other personal attributes, (8) attitudes about the political system, (9) attitudes about national strength, world leadership, and the United States image, (10) civil rights and race relations, including perceptions or race issues in the ...
14 July: As Lancashire faces a rising tide of coronavirus cases, Blackburn with Darwen council, an area of concern for Public Health England with a large Indian and Pakistani population, where two-thirds of all confirmed Covid-19 sufferers in May were BME, urges local residents to follow new limits on visits and always to wear face masks in public, to stop the spread of coronavirus and avoid a centrally-imposed lockdown. (Guardian, 14 July, Guardian, 15 July, Guardian, 15 July 2020). 19 July: A study of 400 hospital patients links the severe impact of Covid-19 on people from minority ethnic groups to air pollution and overcrowded, poor-quality housing. Patients from ethnic minorities are twice as likely as white patients to live in areas of environmental and housing deprivation and people from these areas are twice as likely to arrive at hospital with more severe coronavirus symptoms. (Guardian, 19 July 2020). 20 July: Academics at the University of Leicester find that Covid-19 cases ...
12 November: Local council leaders criticise the government for failing to place young refugee children with them despite a national transfer scheme being in place. (Guardian, 12 November 2016). 14 November: Three 16-year-old Afghan asylum seekers begin a hunger strike in France in a protest against the slow processing of their applications to join families in the UK. (Guardian, 15 November 2016). 15 November: Croydon Crown Court is told that Scott Webster, a former G4S guard, allegedly repeatedly raped a woman over two years at an unnamed asylum detention centre and used restraint holds learnt during training. (Local Guardian, 15 November 2016). 16 November: The Supreme Court dismisses deportation appeals by foreign national offenders who argued that their family life prevented deportation, in a test case on the new rules. (Free Movement, 16 November 2016). 18 November: The Home Office publishes strict criteria for admission to the UK under the Dubs amendment of unaccompanied children dispersed ...
Anderson Cooper details the results of a study commissioned by AC360° to explore childrens perception of race. In Part I of the Kids on Race: The Hidden Picture series, an in-depth look at how young children interpret ambiguous drawings and understand interracial friendships.
Anderson Cooper details the results of a study commissioned by AC360° to explore childrens perception of race. In Part I of the Kids on Race: The Hidden Picture series, an in-depth look at how young children interpret ambiguous drawings and understand interracial friendships.
Osur, Alan M. Separate and Unequal: Race Relations in the AAF During World War II (University Press of the Pacific, 2004).. Race relations between white and black Americans in the Army Air Forces (AAF) during World War II ran the gamut from harmonious to hostile, depending upon the unique circumstances existing within each unit, command, and theater. In analyzing racial policy as it was implemented throughout the chain of command, are a number of themes relevant for an understanding of the utilization of African Americans during the war. First, the AAF never willingly accepted black soldiers. This service had totally excluded them for over two decades before they were permitted to enter, and then used them only reluctantly. The fact that the AAF even opened its doors to African Americans and proceeded to make additional opportunities available to them was due to pressures aimed at the War Department and the AAF. Individuals and organizations within the black community and white liberals in and ...
PITTSFIELD -- Barrington Stage Companys cast, crew and administrators are coming together to tackle community issues, with this weeks theme focusing on race and …
On whether driving a car into a group of counter-protesters was an act of terrorism:. I think the driver of the car is a disgrace to himself, his family, and this country. And that is-you can call it terrorism, you can call it murder. You can call it whatever you want. I would just call it as the fastest one to come up with a good verdict. Thats what Id call it. And there is a question. Is it murder? Is it terrorism? Then you get into legal semantics. The driver of the car is a murderer, and what he did was a horrible, horrible, inexcusable thing.. On how to fix race relations in America:. I believe the fact that I brought in-it will be soon-millions of jobs. You see where companies are moving back into our country. I think that will have a tremendous impact on race relations.. ...
The sessions began Monday and are being offered through next week, The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported ( http://bit.ly/2gXvmF3 ). By that time, organizers hope to have trained every member of the department about how to acknowledge their own biases about other cultures as well as how to building stronger relationships with communities of color. …………………… ADVERTISEMENT …………………. Kenyatta Grant, who has led similar training for other police agencies, is leading the effort. During the sessions, trainers discuss how communities of color came to distrust law enforcement and how officers can rebuild that trust, she said. We want to really sit down and have an honest dialogue and conversation about race relations not only in our country but in West Virginia, Grant said. The sessions come two months after the Call to Action for Racial Equality coalition and Charleston police announced an initiative to improve race relations, particularly with black residents. During that ...
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As the universitys chief administrator, Vitter had the option of relaying a message to students that he understands their concern and would handle it accordingly. He also had the option of not responding at all. Instead, he met with student leaders Friday afternoon to discuss their concerns and reassess his initial take on the threatening comment that left many students and faculty fearful, angry and concerned about how the university would respond.. Many opposed to changing the state flag often argue that black Mississippians shouldnt feel negatively about its Confederate symbolism because slavery is over. Some go so far as to say they should get over it, already, despite the fact flag supporters dont seem to want to get over a short-lived confederacy that went down in flames more than 150 years ago.. ...
Even if the officers actions were justified and proven to be in self-defense I would still want him fired -- perhaps not convicted but fired none the less. The common statement is that the officer panicked and thats why the bullets are fired but if so thats the exact reason why he shouldnt be a police officer. Its a tough fucking job and if you cant handle it without going gung-ho on an unarmed teenager because he resisted arrest you shouldnt be one. For Gods sake, its not a hard nut to crack. Either the officer is guilty of murder/manslaughter and should be convicted or hes not doing his job to enforce public peace correctly and should be fired. Want proof of that? Because of this officers actions the entire town of Ferguson went insane and began rioting. If his actions in the line of duty are going to cause dangers to the society like this, even if indirectly, then he shouldnt be allowed to pursue this line of career-work ...
Race relations and Maori politics have been one of the major political issues in New Zealand for some years now. Those on the left that are interested in true liberation need to formulate an alternative view on race relations - a view that rejects both Labours liberal Treaty politics as well as Nationals continuing, contradictory and hypocritical
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada: Praise always seems less impressive in the DV dullness of January and February than it does in the breathless celluloid splendor of December, and so, despite much critical love here for Tommy Lee Jones directorial demi-debut, it already has an air of fading from the screens to it (perhaps because it lurks in the shadows of a certain other prominent cowboy film). Those who are fondest: Manohla Dargis, Roger Ebert (feh), the Chicago Readers Jonathan Rosenbaum and the LA Weeklys Scott Foundas (who muses that the film may not be a love story per se, but for my money its the most deeply affecting portrait of cowboy camaraderie to be found on movie screens this season). Dargis calls it less an act of revisionism than one of reconsideration, and Rosenbaum also finds it refreshing in its tweaking of old Western tropes:. ...
I work in Martinsville part time. I live in Plainfield which is metro-Indy.. I can only imagine that you might be going to say things related to race relations because that is the stereotypical remark about Martinsville. UNINFORMED stereotypical remarks. So, be forewarned that if you launch into some type of rant about Martinsville that involves race relations I will conclude you to be uninformed and clueless.. Carry on.. ...
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A new paper compares teachers' racial attitudes to those of noneducators and finds that teachers tend to hold less-negative racial stereotypes.
This new edition fully updates a book widely praised for its clear and objective presentation of changes in American racial attitudes during the second half of the twentieth century. Throughout, the authors have reconsidered earlier ideas and introduced new thinking.
When Racism Is Law & Prejudice Is Policy can best be described as a textbook with a conscience. In its style and structure, it effortlessly leads the reader to the historical, political and sociological water of U.S. race relations and invites them to drink. It adeptly covers the various laws, p
Eduardo Bonilla-Silvas acclaimed Racism without Racists documents how beneath our contemporary conversation about race lies a full-blown arsenal of arguments, phrases, and stories that whites use to account for-and ultimately justify-racial inequalities. This provocative book explodes the belief that America is now a color-blind society.. The fourth edition adds a chapter on what Bonilla-Silva calls the new racism, which provides the essential foundation to explore issues of race and ethnicity in more depth. This edition also updates Bonilla-Silvas assessment of race in America after President Barack Obamas re-election. Obamas presidency, Bonilla-Silva argues, does not represent a sea change in race relations, but rather embodies disturbing racial trends of the past.. In this fourth edition, Racism without Racists will continue to challenge readers and stimulate discussion about the state of race in America today. ...
CultureHelman (2000) defines culture as a set of guidelines inherited by members of a particular society that tell them how to view the world, how to experience it emotionally and how to behave in relation to other people. Culture is transmitted by symbol, art, ritual and language.. Ethnicity A community whose heritage offers its members important characteristics in common that make it distinct from other communities is said to have a shared ethnicity - ethnicity is a boundary that distinguishes us from them. It includes an appraisal of appearance, subjective identification, cultural and religious affiliation, and social exclusion (Modood et al, 1997: p. 13).. Race Legal usage: in the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 a racial group is a group of people defined by their race, colour, nationality (including citizenship), or ethnic or national origins. Jews, Sikhs, Gypsies and Irish Travellers have been recognised by the courts as racial groups for the purpose of the Act ...
To continue reading please register or login to your OHW+ account.. Whitehall departments are close to being subjected to enforcement action for failure to deliver on legal duties to ensure racial equality, according to the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE).. Under the Race Relations Amendment Act (2000), central government departments are required to assess new policies and legislation for their impact on race equality. After an investigation, the CRE - which can enforce compliance of the Act - found that 15 Whitehall departments had failed in their duty to put race equality at the heart of their service delivery.. Nick Johnson, CRE director of policy and public sector, said race equality should not be treated as an add-on, but put into the mainstream of all policies. The consequences of ignoring it can be dramatic - whole communities faced with unmanaged discrimination, he said. Who would believe that health, education and business policies, for example, would not have an impact on ...
There have been many discussions about diversity and the value that it brings to the workplace (Ely & Thomas, 2001). Although sport has been deemed a model of diversity, where people of different races and ethnicities comingle as participants and spectators, there is a serious disconnect between perceptions of this diversity and the reality that defines the lack of racial diversity in the management (i.e., coaching and leadership) of sport. The purpose of this essay is to provide an exploration and analysis of the varied ways in which race may influence sport management experiences and opportunities. We frame this analysis through race relation theory, symbolic racism theory, social distance theory, and the concepts of segregation and power. The inferences and implications of our essay are centered on the undercurrent of the status of African American men in sport leadership, who are severely under-represented despite their prominent contribution to the financial vitality of the sport industry ...
When it comes to such a dramatic, almost on-the-spot change, I dont think weve ever seen anything of this level, said Scott Finnie, executive director of Eastern Washington Universitys race and cultural studies program. After the Eric Garners, the Trayvon Martins, that have left kind of an impression - this thing left a seismic quake and a crack, not just an impression.. The protests, replicated across the globe, have thrust race to the forefront of the 2020 presidential race, even in the middle of a deadly pandemic. President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, are grappling with the whiplash of changing views on the issues in the wake of Floyds killing.. In a CNN/SSRS poll released Monday, 42 percent of voters said race relations would be an extremely important factor in their vote for president, a higher percentage than the share of voters who said the same of the economy (40 percent), health care (39 percent) and the coronavirus outbreak (31 ...
Questions of racial justice belong to the general subject of social class and may be understood in the light of the analysis of classes and classification just presented. Some of the basic principles about class already developed will now be applied to the important special case of racial grouping. Problems of race deserve emphasis for two main reasons. One is the world-wide revolutionary situation, in which subject peoples of Asia and Africa are rising to claim their independence and their right to a fair share in the opportunities of life, and in which nonwhite peoples are challenging the exclusive privilege and world dominance of the white man. If democracy is to have any relevance and influence in such a time, the people of the United States and other democratic nations must demonstrate their understanding and practice of democratic ideals in the field of race relations. The second reason is the critical significance of the race question in American civic affairs at the present time, ...
Since the election of the first African American president in 2008, race relations have deteriorated in the United States. In May 2017, the emergence of the
A couple of weeks ago, two black men entered the Philadelphia Starbucks store to meet a friend, and have a conversation, just like many of us usually do. Unlike many of us, however, they were arrested for trespassing - after minutes of taking their seats. A phone call - that lasted only 30 seconds - led to an arrest of these young individuals, and a national conversation on race relations in the United States in the ensuing days.
Irihapeti Ramsden: Cultural safety: implementing the concept: the social force of nursing and midwifery; Kawa whakaruruhau: Cultural safety in nursing education in Aotearoa (New Zealand). Mitzi Nairn: Some Liberation Theory; The faces of Racism - Puao-Te-Ata-Tu 1986; PCS model; Some personal Anti-racism strategies; Commitment to combat racism; Questions to use in analysis with organisations. Mason Durie: The CHI Model - a culturally appropriate auditing model. Karen Way: Consultation with Maori - a flow chart for non-Maori ; Roles and responsibilities of Kawanatanga - discussion paper. Takawai Murphy: Te Tiriti o Waitangi / The Treaty of Waitangi. Dawn Danby and Pennie Brownlee: Te Tino Rangatiratanga. Dr N. Rasalingam: Valuing ethnic diversity/New Zealand towards 2000. Joan MacDonald: Handwritten - The Knowledge wheel. Race Relations: 150 years of European laws. ...
Science in the service of politics.. Race: The Power of an Illusion, Produced by California Newsreel and the Independent Television Service, Larry Adelman, Executive Producer. Funding from the Ford Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Diversity Fund. 2003. Running time: 56 minutes per episode. Three episode set, $295, individual episodes, $195.. by Michael Rienzi. On April 24, PBS aired the first of a three-part television series called Race - The Power of an Illusion, produced by a lefty outfit called California Newsreel, whose website says it specializes in educational videos on African American life and history, race relations and diversity training, African cinema, Media and Society, labor studies, campus life, and much more. The first episode, called The Difference Between Us purported to demonstrate that race is an illusion concocted to justify repression of people of color by nasty white-skinned people.. This is, of course, the kind of programming liberals ...
Theres another element to this problem, however: history. America has a really ugly history when it comes to race relations. You dont have to go back all that many years to find abuses by police and courts that were widespread and commonly accepted as just the way things were. A friend of mine who was in the Air Force was driving across Texas in the early 1960s in a fairly new car - that alone was sufficient reason for a policeman to pull him over, because a black man driving a nice car was obviously a car thief or a criminal. In those days, most people had only black and white photos with them, and in one of those wallet snapshots, his wife looked white. So he was arrested and spent a bit of time in jail, until he was able to convince them he was married to a very light-skinned black woman.. Nor were these problems strictly Southern. I can remember my shock, in the early 1970s, when a coroners inquest in northern Arizona took twenty minutes to decide that a black man found hung had committed ...
The recent slayings of unarmed Black men and children in the US has rendered the country breathless. I cant breathe. The world has heard and replayed these words millions of times over the last few weeks. The people cant breathe. As a university faculty member and mother of two burgeoning teenagers, real life and current events inform my public and private lectures on race, class, gender, and sexual bias in this country. As a faculty member at a public liberal arts institution with a checkered past when it comes to race relations, my work to teach my students to identify the visceral ways race and socio-economic status punctuate about our individual and collective identities is that more poignant. While examining notions of race and gender from Black feminist and social justice frameworks, I encourage my students to be both self-reflective and cognizant of the ways in which negative and destructive narratives about Black people are inculcated in media coverage of poor, Black-urban life. In ...
Young Mens Lyceum1 address Lincoln warned his contemporaries against ambitious men like himself.) His marriage was not especially happy.. He had no very advanced views on race, though perhaps no very backward views either; there is a much-mulled-over episode in which a traveling Lincoln encounters some slaves on a riverboat and notes their relative cheer - rather than turn this into a homily that African Americans were fit for bondage, as many white people would, he considered it a lesson on human nature, how people can adapt themselves to almost any circumstance. Publicly, of course, he committed himself to white supremacy and sought with evident seriousness to solve the problem of post-emancipation race relations by seeking to colonize American blacks in Africa. He seems always to have believed slavery was wicked, though he never emphasized this as much as one might wish.. He had a sense of humor he liked to inflict on others; his backwoods jokes did not always go over well but as President ...
The children act also helps those who do not know the correct position of the child i.e. if parents divorce and they dont know who has rights of the child/children. It promotes anti-discriminatory practice by putting down un-arguable laws so that children are always in a safe position i.e. If parents divorce unless the mother is incapable the mother gets automatic rights to the child where as the father would have to take it to court in order to get approval Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 This act ensures that specifically public authorities such as the police are not treating different races the same It promotes anti discriminatory practice by making sure that everyone is treated equally no matter what the race or ethnicity someone is. ...
Now Im not claiming to be an expert about American race relations in the South, far from it. I moved down here from a small town in Northern Minnesota, and I kid you not, some people would bring...
Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who succeeded in removing four Confederate monuments in his city in 2017, reflects on the state of race relations in our country.
Photo courtesy of Melisa Klimaszewski. In the fall of 2011, Melisa Klimaszewski, assistant professor of English at Drake University, unveiled her plan for a summer seminar to South Africa. The seminar was titled Seeing South Africa: Storytelling and Race Relations. Its primary focus was the way the people of South Africa tell their unique history.. I teach South African literature every other fall, so the trip grew out of that course and my desire for students to directly see and experience what they read about, Klimaszewski said. What I wanted most for students to learn during this trip was a greater understanding of how oppressive, racist histories continue to affect present day living circumstances for so many people.. The summer seminar was worth six credit hours and the students were given a choice between two sets of classes. These classes were AOIs and counted as written communication and multicultural requirements. The trip lasted 25 days, 21 of which the students travelled. These ...
Anti-Racism Resources. · Conversation - Claudia Rankine: On Whiteness: MacArthur Foundation Fellow and acclaimed author Claudia Rankine present an investigation of the historically unquestioned role whiteness plays in race relations and will be followed by a Q&A with Rankine and ArtsEmerson Co-Artistic Director, P. Carl. Given that the concept of racial hierarchy is a strategy employed to support white dominance, whiteness is an important aspect of any conversation about race. This talk will make visible that which has been intentionally presented as inevitable so that we can move forward into more revelatory conversations about race.-Claudia Rankine https://howlround.com/happenings/conversation-claudia-rankine-whiteness. · On Racial Justice: A letter written by Indira Etwaroo, the Executive Artistic Director of the Billie Holiday Theatre in Brooklyn, and published in the BK Reader. Along with other perspectives, it thoughts on how white cultural leaders and audiences can be allies. ...
STATEMENT: In naming population groups, we think a chief aim is to use terms that the group members use themselves, or find familiar and comfortable. The terms used in this manuscript to describe populations are as historically correct as possible and are chosen so as not to offend any population group. Two of the authors (DCP and REvdR) belong to the Coloured population, with one of the authors (REvdR) having contributed extensively to current literature on the history of the Coloured people of South Africa and served as Vice-President of the South African Institute of Race Relations. According to the 2001 South African census (http://www.statssa.gov.za/census01/HTML/CInBrief/CIB2001.pdf), Statistics South Africa continues to classify people by population group, in order to monitor progress in moving away from the apartheid-based discrimination of the past. However, membership of a population group is now based on self-perception and self-classification, not on a legal definition. Five options ...
100 Introduction to Sociology. (3) (General Education/Social Sciences) Basic sociological concepts and studies in such areas a culture, social organization, personality, family, and community. IAI: S7 900.. 200 Contemporary Social Problems. (3) (General Education/Social Sciences) An investigation of problems pertaining to group conflict, race relations, crime, family disorganization, and other significant aspects of contemporary society. Prerequisite: SOC 100 or consent of instructor. IAI: S7 901.. 232 Social Research Methods I. (3) Introduction to the application of the scientific method and statistics in sociological research. Emphasis on sampling, measures of central tendency, dispersion, association, and introduction to inferential statistics. Prerequisites: SOC 100, and completion of the University General Education Curriculum baccalaureate-level skills in Mathematics requirement.. 250 American Institutions. (3) (General Education/ Social Sciences) An overview of the more enduring clusters ...
The documents included in this lesson come from The North Carolina Experience collection of Documenting the American South and specifically focus on African Americans and race relations in the early 20th century. The lesson juxtaposes accounts that relate to both the positive improvements of black society and arguments against advancement. Combined, these primary sources and the accompanying lesson plan could be used as a Document Based Question (DBQ) in an AP US history course ...