From Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Readers:
This excerpt from Color Consciousness: The Political Morality of Race, "Race, Cultre, Identity: Misunderstood Connections, is written by a political philosopher and cultural theorist who goes out of his way to engage his readers beginning with "Imagine yourself on Angel Island in the 1920s."At the same time, this is a learned text with references to writers and scholars whom you may not recognize. Using the library and its online resources, write up brief notes on some of the authors and their work(s): who are they and why would they be interesting or important or memorable for Appiah?
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Review question: What is a Primary Source?
The African American Odyssey collection at the Library of Congress contains primary source materials such as rare books, manuscripts, government documents, maps, photographs, musical scores and recordings.
View the AP video, US Immigration History Preserved on Angel Island