Event Title

Hijacking History: Censorship and Cultural Genocide as Weapons of Racism in Arizona

Presenter Information

Charlene Eaton

Presentation Type

Other

College

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Major

Anthropology

Location

RM 207-208/210-211

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Elsa Valdez

Start Date

2-27-2013 10:10 AM

End Date

2-27-2013 5:20 PM

Abstract

An analysis of HB2281, the Ethic Studies ban in Arizona: what is actually says, how it was passed, what educators are saying about it and how it has impacted the children of Mexican and Indigenous ancestry. Explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in comics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; Americans see crime relative to motivations mics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.

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Feb 27th, 10:10 AM Feb 27th, 5:20 PM

Hijacking History: Censorship and Cultural Genocide as Weapons of Racism in Arizona

RM 207-208/210-211

An analysis of HB2281, the Ethic Studies ban in Arizona: what is actually says, how it was passed, what educators are saying about it and how it has impacted the children of Mexican and Indigenous ancestry. Explain the ability to distinguish opinions on moral values and criminality in comics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; Americans see crime relative to motivations mics. Belgians have a "black and white" view; American see crime relative to motivations.