African American cultureAfrican American culture
African Americans as "people having origins in any of the Black race groups of Africa."[1] African American culture is indigenous to the descendants in the U. S. of survivors of the Middle Passage
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Secondary Teachers’ Institute Lesson Plan Documentary Photography: Civil Rights Through Image and TextSecondary Teachers’ Institute Lesson Plan Documentary Photography: Civil Rights Through Image and Text
Students will learn about the juxtaposition of image and text to define the social and psychological mood of the civil rights movement in the United States
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United States History Assessments Ninth GradeUnited States History Assessments Ninth Grade
Factors in the American Industrial Revolution – Analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power, including
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Us multiple Choice: Postwar and the Roaring 20sUs multiple Choice: Postwar and the Roaring 20s
Choose the best answer for each question and mark the corresponding letter on your scantron. 75 points
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American Cultural StudiesAmerican Cultural Studies
E. g this well know poem by Williams fascinated me, because it broke all the rules, and yet seemed to have invented a new set of rules for itself. In its simplicity it took on Victorian aesthetic values
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Constitutional Amendments and lawsConstitutional Amendments and laws
Many laws (Acts) in the late 19th century were meant to limit and control immigrants
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Text and Community, 2001-2002: Langston Hughes’s The Big Sea Primary and Secondary Sources for Hughes, The Big Sea, and the Harlem Renaissance Primary WorksText and Community, 2001-2002: Langston Hughes’s The Big Sea Primary and Secondary Sources for Hughes, The Big Sea, and the Harlem Renaissance Primary Works
The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes. Ed. Arnold Rampersad. New York: Vintage
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Harlem renaissance bibliography of initial sourcesHarlem renaissance bibliography of initial sources
Hair and color consciousness in African America.” Chapter 3 in Blue Veins and Kinky Hair by Obiagele Lake
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Art vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBoisArt vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBois
Locke was an idealist who believed that art should be produced freely while DuBois felt that the art created should be used as propaganda. There was a very fine, almost invisible line separating their argument
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Katie Wright Art as Propaganda, The Harlem RenaissanceKatie Wright Art as Propaganda, The Harlem Renaissance
Essential Question: Is all art propaganda? Why do we study the Harlem Renaissance?
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American TranscendentalistsAmerican Transcendentalists
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Orestes Brownson, William Henry Channing, James Freeman Clarke, Christopher Pearse Cranch, Convers Francis, Margaret Fuller, Frederick Henry Hedge, Sylvester Judd, Elizabeth Peabody, George Ripley
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Black History Bowl QuestionsBlack History Bowl Questions
C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson was the first African-American pilot instructor in Institute in Alabama, which had the largest Civilian Pilot Training program for blacks. Tuskegee
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Curriculum vitae robert e. Washington workCurriculum vitae robert e. Washington work
Research Assistant on study of the social consequences of ability testing under the direction of Dr. David Goslin, Russell Sage Foundation. 1964-1965
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Key Works, Artists, Events, Venues, Texts Black Dance on U. S. Stages in the 20th Century Compiled by Susan ManningKey Works, Artists, Events, Venues, Texts Black Dance on U. S. Stages in the 20th Century Compiled by Susan Manning
Broadway, In Dahomey. With music by Will Marion Cook and lyrics by Paul Lawrence Dunbar, the show ends with Walker and his wife Ada Overton Walker leading a “Cakewalk Finale
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The Civil Rights Era (1865–1970) Summary of Events a hundred-Year StruggleThe Civil Rights Era (1865–1970) Summary of Events a hundred-Year Struggle
Supreme Court decisions ruined any chances for social equality. The Compromise of 1877 effectively doomed southern blacks to a life of sharecropping and second-class citizenship
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