The struggle for equal rights for women has been similar in many ways to the struggle for equal rights for racial and ethnic minorities–but it gained traction about 50 years later. As you imagine what life will be like 50 years from now, what additional gains in equal rights can you envision?

1.

The struggle for equal rights for women has been similar in many ways to the struggle for equal

rights for racial and ethnic minorities–but it gained traction about 50 years later. As you imagine

what life will be like 50 years from now, what additional gains in equal rights can you envision?

2. 

How will the growth of racial and ethnic minority populations affect their place in American society? 

3.  Are traditional views of morality an appropriate consideration for the courts? 

4.

Are traditional views of morality an appropriate consideration for the courts? This is a question that drives much of the law presented in the chapter/s.

How has this played out in relation to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights? 

5.  Is it ethical for human service workers to assist immigrants who they know are in the country without proper authorization?