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Race and ethnicity
12014-09-22T23:57:00-07:00Samantha Closef42637f3cf8f8e584095341d3b0809f178e3d4496103Glossary term for "race and ethnicity"plain2014-10-27T14:28:53-07:00Liana Gamber-Thompson4d10e39d773c91f7aa7133dc1fd8bdeb8a267e42Socially constructed categories such as race, ethnicity, nationality, and other markers of identity change over time and context, and are continually contested and negotiated interpersonally, institutionally, and systemically through political struggle. These identity markers intertwine with others (such as gender or sexuality) in playing a fundamental role in organizing our societies, shaping access to social, educational, and political resources, and impacting how we see ourselves and interact with each other.
1media/wordle-themes.jpgmedia/wordle-themes.jpg2014-06-02T16:12:25-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7Glossary and Resources73image_header2015-07-09T10:43:05-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7