Sociology

Respond to two (2) of the three (3) statements below. The first statement, by Gloria Anzaldua, is mandatory. YOU MUST ANSWER THIS QUESTION and one of the other test options. Each response should be submitted as a 2-3 page, double spaced document. Poor spelling and grammar will count against you.
For each essay, you must form a response to the quote – making sure to form a clear argument and being sure to explain the major concepts in the quote. In other words, demonstrate to me that you understand the quote, and that you have read, understood, and can apply class readings to the quote of your choosing. (If the quote is about race, or gender, make sure you DEFINE these terms using the texts from class.) NO OUTSIDE SOURCES ARE PERMITTED.
You must use AT LEAST 3 class readings for each essay. BE SURE TO CITE THEM CLEARLY. You must use different articles/readings for each essay, although you may reuse a class source ONCE. You do not need to submit a works cited page for each essay, but you should use in-text citations to make it clear with readings you are using.

QUESTION 1
EXPLAIN AND RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTE:
*IN YOUR RESPONSE, YOU MUST INCLUDE DOROTHY SMITH, AUDRE LORDE, AND AT LEAST ONE OTHER READING*
Until I am free to write bilingually and to switch codes without having always to translate, while I still have to speak English or Spanish when I would rather speak Spanglish, and as long as I have to accommodate the English speakers rather than having them accommodate me, my tongue will be illegitimate. I will no longer be made to feel ashamed of existing. I will have my voice: Indian, Spanish, white. I will have my serpent’s tongue – my woman’s voice, my sexual voice, my poet’s voice. I will overcome the tradition of silence.
Gloria E. Anzalda

QUESTION 2
EXPLAIN AND RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTE:
*IN YOUR RESPONSE, YOU MUST INCLUDE OMI AND WINANT, AND AT LEAST TWO OTHER CLASS READINGS*
*ALSO, MAKE SURE THAT YOU DEFINE RACE USING CLASS READINGS*
But race is the child of racism, not the father. And the process of naming the people has never been a matter of genealogy and physiognomy so much as one of hierarchy. Difference in hue and hair is old. But the belief in the preeminence of hue and hair, the notion that these factors can correctly organize a society and that they signify deeper attributes, which are indeliblethis is the new idea at the heart of these new people who have been brought up hopelessly, tragically, deceitfully, to believe that they are white.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me

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