What is the difference between income and wealth? What historical processes have led to racial differences in wealth?

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Instructions: Each question should be answered in complete sentences and paragraph form. In your essays, you should cite relevant course materials as well as use course concepts and terminology to answer these questions. Each essay should abide by the specified word limit. Essays should be 12 point, Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins. You should include citations for your essays in ASA format with page numbers included. You should cite anytime you are drawing on the ideas of others. You may use direct quotes when properly cited, but you should limit the length and usage of direct quotes. You should also try to put the argument in your own words.
Short Essay 1 (5 points): 300-word limit: Reflect on the segments of the documentary Waging Change by Abby Ginzberg. How is the tipped minimum wage simultaneously an issue of race, class, and gender?
Short Essay 2 (5 points): 300-word limit What is the difference between income and wealth? What historical processes have led to racial differences in wealth?
Long Essay (10 points): 750-word limit Read the New York Times Article posted on Canvas: “The Persistent Grip of Social Class on College Admissions.” We spent considerable time in class discussing stratification processes within the education system and why education is important for social mobility. You should draw on the course materials, class meetings, and this article to answer the following questions in essay format. What role does education have for social mobility? What parts of Massey’s and Rivera’s arguments do you see in this article? This article describes a shift in college admissions criteria. How is merit socially constructed, and how have measurements of merit historically been designed to benefit people in positions of power?
Please cite from sources uploaded to answer short essay questions. Please make sure it is ASA format.

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