Define white male privilege and explain how this is a justification for Affirmative Action policies? Refer to the readings in your answer.
Should sexuality be a category for affirmative action policies? Why or why not?
With respect to the advancement of women, do you think that affirmative action policies have been effective? Why or why not?
Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings with proper APA (Links to an external site.) style formatting.
Boatright-Horowitz, Su L., Marisa Marraccini and Yvette Harps-Logan. 2012. Teaching Antiracism: College Students Emotional and Cognitive Reactions to Learning about White Privilege (Links to an external site.). [PDF, 729 KB]. Journal of Black Studies 43: 893-911.
Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo. 2004. I Did Not Get That Job Because of a Black Man: The Storylines and Testimonies of Color-Blind Racism (Links to an external site.). Sociological Forum 19(4): 555-581.
Foroutan, Y. (2011). Ethnic and Religious Discrimination? A Multicultural Analysis of Muslim Minorities in the West (Links to an external site.). Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 31(3): 327-338.
Glazer, Nathan. (1991, September 2). In Defense of Multiculturalism (Links to an external site.). New Republic 205 (10): 18-22.
Guyot, James F. (2001, April 20). The Defining Moment for Gender Equity (Links to an external site.). Chronicle of Higher Education 46 (32): B15.
Sayers, R. (2014, April). The Cost of Being Female: Critical Comment on Block (Links to an external site.). Journal of Business Ethics 106(4): 519-524.
Preston, Marilyn. (2011, Winter). Not Another Special Guest: Transgender Inclusivity in a Human Sexuality Course (Links to an external site.). Radical Teacher 92: 47-54.
Siegel, Fred. (1991, February 18). The Cult of Multiculturalism (Links to an external site.). New Republic 204 (7): 34-40.
Steinberg, Allison. (2010, Summer). Sports Bar: The Problem Of “Defining” Gender In Professional Athletics (Links to an external site.). Bitch Magazine: Feminist Response to Pop Culture 47: 50-51.
Willingham, Breea C. 2011. Black Women’s Prison Narratives and the Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexuality in US Prisons (Links to an external site.). Critical Survey 23 (3): 55-66.