Topic:Texas v. Hernandez (1954)
Broadcast Air Date: 0 3/06/2020
Time: 5:15 PM (PST)
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- What is the difference between legal racial classification and the practice of racial classification?
- What is race as social construct?
- How does the field of genetics provide evidence for the evaluation of race as a social and not biological?
- What is culture?
- What do the terms Mexican, Mexican-American, Salvadorian Mean?
- When did concept “Race” and practice of race -making enter the Americas?
- Why does the Hernandez v. Texas (1954) argue than Mexican in Texas are racially White?
- Why did the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo result in white classification for the Mexican nationals that remain in converted American territory?
- If Mexicans in Texas are legally White, then can they argue race-based discrimination by not being allowed to serve in juries?
- Why didn’t the petitioners in Hernandez v. Texas argue that they were not White in order to apply race-based discrimination to legal analysis?
- Does the 14th amendment apply US constitutional protection to differential class treatment?