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Title Colors / produced and written by Glenn Kammen.
Imprint Pasadena, Calif. : Intelecom, 2005.

Series Way we live : introduction to sociology ; 12
Way we live (Pasadena, Calif.) ; episode #12.
Subject Sociology.
Discrimination -- United States.
Racism -- United States.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Arab Americans -- Social conditions.
United States -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Kammen, Glenn D.
Jacobson, Matthew Frye, 1958-
Moss, Alfred A., 1943-
Cooper, Abraham, 1950-
Wilson, William J., 1935-
Pitti, Stephen J., 1969-
Almaguer, Tomás.
Biblarz, Timothy J., 1962-
Conley, Dalton, 1969-
Hunt, Darnell M.
Kennelly, Evy Leigh, 1971-
Levin, Jack, 1941-
Smith, Sandra S.
INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications (Firm)
Add Title Title on container: Colors, race and ethnicity.
Description 1 videodisc (27 mn.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD.
Performer Narrator: Merrilyn Crouch.
Commentary: Matthew Jacobson, Alfred Moss, Abraham Cooper, William Julius Wilson, Stephen Pitti, Tomas Almaguer, Timothy Biblarz, Dalton Conley, Carnell Hunt, Ivy Kennelly, Jack Levin, Sandra S. Smith.
Summary "For racial and ethnic minorities, the struggle for recognition and equality is nothing new. Perhaps nowhere is this more visible than in the United States. The polarizing effects of stereotyping, racial prejudice and discrimination, and its impact on generations of Black Americans are discussed. Learners will also meet the Bazzy family - an Arab-American family in Michigan who must cope with local misconceptions and generalizations about Arab culture in the wake of 9/11."
OCLC # 63136606