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    Jill Gillmore wrote on Tuesday, April 13th:
    On answerability

    It is like what I just read in the answerablility page for april 11th We need to be questioning our laws and law makers on weather or not the system is now working. We also need to move more towards restorative Justice in the issue, and I believe when everyone, every race,gender, ethinic backround,exc. has the same opportunities we working with the cj system can decide what is fair. I regards to your question there is hope, but fairness is not yet met.

    jill -- if fairness achievable, then?

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    From CRMJ/SOCA 352: Law and Social Change

    On Monday, April 12, 2004, Amy Tyllo wrote:
    On stereotyping

    Thinking about what we talked about in class about stereotyping, really gets to me. I really think that every show and movie stereotypes every reace involved. The situation is fake along with the character. That to me is portraying a certain kind of person a certain way

    amy -- but how does this relate to the w.i. thomas quote in today's discussion question. if individual's perceive something that they watch on television to be real, isn't it real in its consequences? then what?

    On Wednesday, April 14, 2004, Jason Sielski wrote:
    On famous Asian Americans

    After today's discussion, I decided to look for information on Dr. Haing S. Ngor. He was a physician and medical officer in the Cambodian army, a captive of the Khmer Rouge, during which he was imprisoned and tortured. He was also an Academy Award winning actor and a human rights activist, he worked on improving the conditions in Cambodian resettlement camps. In 1996 he was shot to death in L.A. for resisting a robbery attempt.

    jason -- thank you for following up on ngor. all that he went through his death was rather ironic.

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