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  • Q1
    What does mass incarceration mean?
    All the people who have died and cremated.
    The United States form of counseling a bad individual.
    People in jail serving out a punishment for breaking the law.
    The last form of democracy.
  • Q2
    What is color blindness?
    It is when you can only see in black and white.
    It is when you only see in grey.
    It is when people are all the same race so they don't pay attention to it.
    It is when someone doesn't acknowledge race.
  • Q3
    What was Jim Crow?
    They were laws to keep black and white people together.
    He was a lawyer that fought for civil rights.
    He was a lawyer who created many racist laws.
    They were a set of policies to separate black and white people in the south.
  • Q4
    What is racialized social control?
    People of all races working together.
    Efforts made by the dominant class to control people by using their race against them.
    Efforts made to give people total freedom.
    Efforts made by people of color to control themselves
  • Q5
    What is a felon?
    Someone who does not have any family.
    A certain species of cat.
    Someone who has been to Finland.
    Someone who has been in jail.
  • Q6
    What is discrimination?
    The unjust treatment of different people based on race, age, or sex
    The fair treatment of all people equally.
    The mistreatment of someone because of their personality.
    The welcoming of all immigrants to the U.S
  • Q7
    What are infractions?
    Violation of a law or agreement
    Following the law and never getting caught
    Creating a new law.
    Fractions and decimals
  • Q8
    What is emancipation?
    Being given a second chance.
    Being forced into labor.
    Being tied down by law.
    Being set free.
  • Q9
    What is prejudice?
    Things people say about themselves.
    Things that everyone knows are true about a group of people.
    Facts made about a group of people.
    Opinions or prejudgments about a group or its individual members that are usually negative.
  • Q10
    What is a stereotype?
    Exaggerated beliefs or images about a person or group that were passed down by parents or created by the media that not based in fact.
    Things that are true that everyone knows.
    Ideas that become true after they are told.
    Beliefs that are rooted in fact that are shared with everyone around.

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