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Destitution, Bigotry, and (Un)Consciousness in the U.S. by Paul C. Gorski - Early on Stuff: Who Said It?
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Neediness, Racism, and (Un)Consciousness in the U.S. by Paul C. Gorski -

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Introductory Stuff: Who Said It? “We have swindled ourselves into trusting the myth that free enterprise developed and succeeded out of the Protestant ethic of diligent work and penances. Free enterprise was based on the abuse of dark slaves and keeps on flourishing with the poor\'s misuse, both high contrast, both here and abroad.”

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Introductory Stuff: Who Said It? “…we confer ourselves to…address innovatively and boldly the unpredictable reasons for destitution .”

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Introductory Stuff: Who We Are Who’s in the room? My experience and lens

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Introductory Stuff: Starting Assumptions Low-pay individuals endure the worst part of each possible social sick in the U.S. All individuals, paying little mind to financial status, merit access to fundamental human rights Inequities in the U.S. (furthermore, all inclusive) imply that all individuals don’t have this entrance

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Gross Inequities Compared with low-destitution U.S. schools, high-destitution U.S. schools have: More educators instructing in regions outside their accreditation subjects; More genuine instructor turnover issues; More instructor opening; Larger quantities of substitute instructors;

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Gross Inequities (cont’d) More filthy or out of commission bathrooms; More confirmation of vermin, for example, cockroaches and rats; Insufficient classroom materials Less thorough educational module; Fewer experienced instructors; Lower instructor compensations; Larger class sizes; and Less subsidizing.

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Gross Inequities Barton, P.E. (2004). Why does the crevice persevere? Instructive Leadership 62 (3), 8-13. Barton, P.E. (2003). Parsing the accomplishment hole: Baselines for following advancement . Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service. Carey, K. (2005). The subsidizing crevice 2004: Many states still dupe low-wage and minority understudies . Washington, D.C.: The Education Trust. National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (2004). Fifty years after Brown v. Leading group of Education: A two-layered instruction framework. Washington, D.C.: Author. Rank, M.R. (2004). One country, underprivileged: Why American destitution influences every one of us . New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

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Introductory Stuff: The Agenda Introductory Stuff (in advance) The Big Picture: Ten Chairs Key Information & Concepts Where We Go Wrong Tenets of Race-Conscious Anti-Poverty Activism

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Part II: The Big Picture: Ten Chairs

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The Big Picture Point of Reflection: What might you portray as your financial status?

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The Big Picture Point of Reflection: Where does the idea of meritocracy originate from, and has it ever been valid?

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The Big Picture Point of Reflection: Is neediness an individual affair or, similar to prejudice, a systemic condition? What\'s more, what does this mean for how we handle destitution and prejudice?

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Part III Informing Ourselves: Key Information & Concepts

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Key Information A lion\'s share of low-salary individuals in the U.S. are white. Be that as it may, African Americans, Native Americans, Latinas/os, and Asian Americans are a great deal more prone to be low-salary than white individuals.

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Key Information 3. A larger part of low-salary individuals live in country, as opposed to urban, regions. 4. Then again, a developing number of low-pay individuals are moving to rural zones because of gentrification.

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Key Concepts The ‘Culture of Poverty’ Deficit Theory The “Undeserving” Poor The procedure based on these ideas mingles us into complicity.

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Key Concept: Capitalist Hegemony Defining “hegemony” History of industrialist administration (and characterizing socialism and communism as the adversary) Importance of dominion to seeing how we comprehend neediness Consumer society, meritocracy

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Key Concept: The ‘Culture of Poverty’ What is it? (See concealed standards tests.) Who made it up? What the examination says Why it’s hazardous

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Key Concept: The ‘Deficit Theory’ Two Components Example: “Welfare Mothers” Why it’s risky Who, or what, should be “fixed”?

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Key Concept: The ‘Undeserving Poor’ Herbert Gans, The War Against the Poor Deterioration of backing for approach “Welfare Reform”

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Socialized for Complicity Consumer Culture (shopping) Myth of Meritocracy Myth of “American Dream” Latter two most obliterating to People of Color

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Part VI Where We Go Wrong

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Where We Go Wrong Confusing the alleviation of destitution with the disposal of neediness. - Clothing and lodging the poor is essential, however it is not similar to with closure neediness.

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Where We Go Wrong Trying to address neediness by “fixing” low-wage individuals. - We don’t fix bigotry by “fixing” People of Color, either!

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Where We Go Wrong Confusing philanthropy with social change development. - Ending destitution (like prejudice) obliges systemic changes to a harsh system—we can\'t end neediness or bigotry without fighting that framework.

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Where We Go Wrong Confusing philanthropy with social change development. - Ending destitution (like prejudice) obliges systemic changes to an abusive system—we can\'t end neediness or bigotry without engaging that framework.

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Where We Go Wrong Believing that instruction is the “great equalizer.” - White men with a graduate degree procure, by and large, $80,000 every year. Local American ladies with a graduate degree acquire, by and large, $42,000 every year.

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Where We Go Wrong Assuming it is our business to “save” low-pay individuals or non-white individuals or whatever other disappointed gathering. - One may ask, who, precisely, needs sparing?

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Where We Go Wrong Studying so as to attempt to comprehend destitution needy individuals. - Poverty can be seen just by inquiring as to why destitution exists and to whose advantage neediness exists. (Would we be able to comprehend bigotry without comprehension frameworks of whiteness?)

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Part VII Tenets of Race-Conscious Anti-Poverty Action

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Tenets We can\'t battle prejudice or neediness without battling bigotry and destitution. Bigotry can be seen generally as financial misuse

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Tenets Working class and poor white individuals regularly are associated to trust that common laborers and destitute People of Color, as opposed to an onerous monetary framework, are the wellspring of their hardships. Concentrating just on white benefit won’t work. Assist them with perceiving how they’re misused monetarily by the same force structure and how white benefit is their “compensation” for being the cushion.

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Tenets We can\'t influence social change by utilizing the models that are utilized to mingle us into complicity. We must model a dismissal of shortfall belief system, of buyer society, of the myth of meritocracy.

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Tenets Social equity obliges us to work with disappointed groups. Keep away from administration projects (or any projects) that don\'t happen as a team with disappointed groups. Keep in mind, the way to freedom is for individuals to choose for themselves their way to freedom.

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Tenets We can\'t end mistreatment through social programming. Energies and assets put aside for hostile to bigotry and against destitution activities never ought to be spent on “celebrating diversity” or “learning about cultures” programs. Taco Night is fun, however it has nothing to do with prejudice, aside from, maybe, adding to it.

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Final Thoug

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