[Get Solution] Dalton Conley
Follow the instruction, there is a selection from sociologist Dalton Conleys memoir Honky (2000), where he describes his experience growing up white in a predominately non-white neighborhood in New York. In the selection you have, Conley primarily describes his first days at a new elementary school in Greenwich Village, which consists of predominately White, middle class kids and represents a stark contrast to his experiences with primarily Black and Latino working class kids back home in the Lower East Side. Central to his experience are issues of both Race and Class. In this paper, I am asking you to analyze this selection and answer the following question: In what ways were race and class important at this stage in Dalton Conleys life?
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