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Connect and address the following questions from the sources provided at bottom
Connect and address the following questions from the sources provided at bottom of details: Why was 'one drop of blood' (also known as hypodescent) used by American slaveowners but not by authorities in Mexico and Cuba? How does this show that racial ideas are shaped by the values of specific cultures? Why could a child who had one black and one white parent have its own category in Mexico but have to be classed as black in the USA? Why is race more fluid (with more ability of individuals to move up the hierarchy and attain a white status) in Puerto Rico than in the USA? Why do the doll studies suggest that many children in the US still absorb negative racial stereotypes at a very early age linked specifically to skin color? How might the history of 'one drop of blood' help us to explain this? Include at least five quotes (selected from five of the sources) on the resources page followed by a paraphrase to show understanding. You will be graded on how well you select the most relevant information, how concisely you present it (avoiding 'padding') and the clarity of your writing. MLA or APA format can be used. No need for a reference page. Reminder of guidance: 1) Introduction paragraph: focus on the concepts as the controlling ideas of the essay. Connect hypodescent to racial segregation. 2) Body paragraphs: include at least one quote (from any of the sources), but always follow a quote with a paraphrase to show understanding. 3) Judiciousness: Pick the best quotes from a source, not just any quote. 4) Conclusion: Draw together your thoughts into a strong takeaway that the reader will remember. 5) Grammar: Focus on clarity. Use spelling and grammar check in Word. Get a friend or relative to read the essay back to you if you have someone willing to do that. 6) References: You do not need a Bibliography - just put the author and year in brackets (or video title) 7) Outside sources: You can use other sources to supplement the ones in the module but not in place of those sources. Sources: 1. James Davis- https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jefferson/mixed/onedrop.html 2. Jeoffrey Klugger- https://healthland.time.com/2010/12/10/whos-white-whos-black-who-knows/ 3. Yaba Blay- https://lithub.com/how-the-one-drop-rule-became-a-tool-of-white-supremacy/ 4. Roberta Estes- https://nativeheritageproject.com/2013/06/15/las-castas-spanish-racial-classifications/ 5. Jose Marti- https://library.brown.edu/create/modernlatinamerica/chapters/chapter-4-cuba/primary-documents-w-accompanying-discussion-questions/documenet-9-my-race-from-patria-1893-jose-marti/ 6. Study pages number 16, 21 and 24 and in this pdf, which illustrate the tiers of racial categories in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Study also how the racial assumptions in Puerto Rico in slide 25 are very different from the dominant ideas about race in the USA: https://fgcu.instructure.com/courses/534424/pages/2-dot-2-explore-the-case-studies-of-race-racism-and-socialization?module_item_id=11090526 7. Videos 1 and 2) Watch CNN Doll Study by Anderson Cooper (2009). Make notes on the percentages shown in the video relating to how many children perceived a black or brown doll as 'dumb' or 'mean', and how many children perceived black as a color that adults do not like. - https://youtu.be/DYCz1ppTjiM - https://youtu.be/EQACkg5i4AY

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