Alabama Department of Archives and History
The South’s New Racial Politics: Inside the Race Game of Southern History explores how blacks and whites in today’s South engage in the political process. Based on his own experiences and careful study, Glen Browder provides an analysis of biracial leadership in the modern-day South.
Dr. Glen Browder is professor emeritus of American Democracy at Jacksonville State University in Alabama. He served as U.S. congressman, Alabama secretary of state, and Alabama legislator.
This ‘Bonus’ ArchiTreats presentation was in addition to the regular series of third-Thursday free lectures presented by the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
Content Areas: Social Studies
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
[T1] USG (12) 7: Trace the development and impact of the media on the political process and public opinion in the United States.
[T1] CON (9-12) 1: Describe current news stories from various perspectives, including geographical, historical, political, social, and cultural.
[T1] CON (9-12) 3: Compare civic responsibilities, individual rights, opportunities, and privileges of citizens of the United States with those of citizens of other nations.
[T1] CON (9-12) 5: Analyze how cultural elements facilitate global understanding or cause misunderstanding.
[T1] CON (9-12) 7: Identify strategies that facilitate public discussion on societal issues.