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three optional topics:
1. How does Murray witness and address the role of class (both social and economic) in American life? Consider for the purposes of your answer what impact class identity has in her own life and/or how she approaches and understands class struggle in America.
2. How do Murray’s race and/or gender identities shape her understanding of American society in the 20th Century? You are welcome to consider either Murray’s race or gender as your primary frame of analysis here, but the best papers will be able to address the intersection of these identities and the overlapping and/or conflicting ways in which her race and gender affect her life experiences, attitudes, and objectives.
3. How does Murray protest inequality and injustice (of various forms) in American society over the course of her life? Your answer should address at least one of the following issues as you form your argument: why she feels compelled to act, why she chooses the tactics that she does, or how her strategies of protest evolve over time.
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Name Course Instructor Date 1] How does Murray witness and address the role of class (both social and economic) in American life? Consider for the purposes of your answer what impact class identity has in her own life and/or how she approaches and understands class struggle in America Murray outlined her experience and thoughts on gender, economic and racial inequities that prompted her to get involved in feminism, civil rights activism and fight for economic justice. With regards to class concerns, self- improvement and education attainment are some of the strategies considered to improve social mobility among African Americans. Eliminating systematic disenfranchisements would ensure inclusion and participation in an open democratic process would be possible. The author highlighted limits to freedom for African American women was unique because of their race, gender and low social status. Class struggles matter to activist since the power brokers in the U.S may have deliberately supported structures that exploited the poor. A look at the role of class, class identity and relations with both gender and racial discrimination in America during Pauli Murray’s early life and her activism highlights her experience with classism. Murray viewed classism as being closely intertwined with sexism and racism as they there were parts of a control system that limited the freedom of colored women, the poor and minorities. This influenced her views on the role of cla...