According to Gary Orfield and Chungmei Lee, “because African Americans and Latinos are segregated as much by poverty as they are by race and ethnicity, segregation is an overriding contributor to the tremendous scoring disparities that exist between races” (p. 75). Use the life experiences of Byron Green and Max Holland in to explore the interconnections of race, wealth, and segregation. What were the differences in their life experiences? How will these experiences impact future generations within their families? Where do you and/or your family fit in this story? What do you think can/should be done to narrow the gap between poverty and race? Include the two YouTube videos from above in your reaction paper…1. Type into your google or browser “A Tale Of Two Families”2. Click on the PBS link (which should be the first one that appears)3. Read the two different lives of Byron and Maxhttps://youtu.be/LjGQaz1u3V4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbdxeFcQtaU&list=PL1385C0E6859976F4
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