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Race and Ethnicity in the US

Race and Ethnicity in the US

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Author: Sadie Pendaz
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This lesson will investigate the following American minority groups: Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans (Latinos), White Ethnic Americans, White Anglo-Saxon Protestants (WASPS), Asian Americans, Arab Americans

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  • Arab Americans

    Americans who trace their ancestry to the Middle East.

  • Asian Americans

    Americans who trace their ancestry to Asia.

  • White Anglo-Saxon Protestants (WASPs)

    Americans who trace their ancestry to primarily English ancestors and have a Protestant cultural heritage.

  • White Ethnic Americans

    Americans who trace their ancestry to disadvantaged, white European groups.

  • Hispanic Americans (Latinos)

    Americans who trace their ancestry to Spanish speaking Latin American countries.

  • African Americans

    Americans who trace their ancestry to Africa.

  • Native Americans

    Americans who trace their ancestry to the inhabitants of North and Central America prior to the arrival of Europeans.

  • Social Construction of Race

    The notion that our ideas of race and our conceptual racial categories are created through social interaction, rather than being "natural" propensities.