Santa Barbara Case Study by Writing Specialists

Santa Barbara
A discussion on the history of the State of California.
# 92340 | 1,469 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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This paper offers a personal account of the history of the State of California with a focus on the City of Santa Barbara. The author highlights the racial discrimination and ethnic conflict that has characterized the State since the early 1800s. It expands on the State's student organizations, their aims and obligations.

From the Paper:

"Since its history, the State of California has been inhabited by diverse foreign races, each with their own objectives to survive or impose their individual cultures. A major race, which has organized members, is the MEChA, and who have been involved in turbulent activities, seeking to enhance their objective of restoring certain parts of some States, including California, to the mythical Aztecs. The idea is as disturbing as the activities of the MEChA, from its formation at Santa Barbara. But a recent study conducted also at Santa Barbara showed that racism is the way taken by a lazy mind and that it is only a learned behavior, which can be un-learned. The finding holds much assurance for peace and solidarity in my community."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Gale, T. (2005). California -History. Thomas Corporation.
  • Pitts, L. Jr. (2002). Racism Goes Beyond Skin Color. Miami Herald and Wire Services.
  • Wikipedia. (2006). Mecha. Media Wiki.
  • (2006). Public Tax Dollars Fund Racist School. American Renaissance.

Cite this Case Study:

APA Format

Santa Barbara (2007, February 19) Retrieved October 03, 2022, from

MLA Format

"Santa Barbara" 19 February 2007. Web. 03 October. 2022. <>