Rubric: 1-3 pages single-spaced, 12pt font, cite sources (Turn in via BB) Prompt

Rubric: 1-3 pages single-spaced, 12pt font, cite sources (Turn in via BB)
Prompt: Using the videos and readings completed during weeks 8-10, please discuss the themes of resistance and culture(s), if possible using a comparative lens looking at different geographical locations. You may discuss the research method and sources (historiography) used to document and study these phenomena.

T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍he question should be answered based on these sources: ((Mo

T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍he question should be answered based on these sources: ((Moynihan Report, Camp of the Saints, Lytle Hernandez, Garcia Hernandez, and Angela Davis) -https://www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/moynihan-report-1965/ -Camp of the Saints (Pages 1-20) – Hernandez, Kelly Lytle. City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellio‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍n, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles, 1771-1965. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2017. Print. -García Hernández, César Cuauhtémoc. Migrating to Prison: America’s Obsession with Locking up Immigrants. New York: The New Press, 2019 -Angela Davis The citation should be in Chicag‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍o style

What interest group would you join if money were no object? Find and research th

What interest group would you join if money were no object? Find and research the interest group that most suits you. What is this group? What is its mission? How does it pursue its goals? What successes/failures has it had in the past? What issue is it involved with at present? Why do you want to be part of this group?

Intro to African American Humanities Final Essay Throughout the semester, we hav

Intro to African American Humanities Final Essay
Throughout the semester, we have been reading about the importance of both knowing and developing one’s identity in the face of the many obstacles we are challenged with in life.
Here is what you need to do:
Choose at least three examples from the works discussed in class. Discuss how the works you chose reflect, helped shape, or are important to African American identity or culture.
You can discuss how the works relate to your own sense of identity; or why the works were important to you; or why they were significant to African American identity and culture in general.
Consider how the readings in this class ‘talk’ about racial identity. Consider your opinions on these ideas and your responses to the readings. Remember: as you write your essay, provide proof from our readings. I want to hear your voice and your ideas, but I want to hear that voice in conversation with the authors we have read.
Include a Works Cited page at the end (not part of the minimum # of pages). The main source for all the works cited is Shaw University Moodle. Include the author’s name, title of the article, source (Shaw University Moodle), and date of access.
This is an academic essay, meaning that it will have a title, an introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. It will be graded heavily on content, but organization, development, expression, mechanics, and information literacy will also count. Make sure you revise the essay before you submit it.

What interest group would you join if money were no object? Find and research th

What interest group would you join if money were no object? Find and research the interest group that most suits you. What is this group? What is its mission? How does it pursue its goals? What successes/failures has it had in the past? What issue is it involved with at present? Why do you want to be part of this group?

ntro to African American Humanities Final Essay Throughout the semester, we have

ntro to African American Humanities Final Essay
Throughout the semester, we have been reading about the importance of both knowing and developing one’s identity in the face of the many obstacles we are challenged with in life.
Here is what you need to do:
Choose at least three examples from the works discussed in class. Discuss how the works you chose reflect, helped shape, or are important to African American identity or culture.
You can discuss how the works relate to your own sense of identity; or why the works were important to you; or why they were significant to African American identity and culture in general.
Consider how the readings in this class ‘talk’ about racial identity. Consider your opinions on these ideas and your responses to the readings. Remember: as you write your essay, provide proof from our readings. I want to hear your voice and your ideas, but I want to hear that voice in conversation with the authors we have read.
This is an academic essay, meaning that it will have a title, an introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. It will be graded heavily on content, but organization, development, expression, mechanics, and information literacy will also count. Make sure you revise the essay before you submit it.

NEED AN OUTLINE. Outline should be 3 pages with intro and 2 body paragraphs done

NEED AN OUTLINE. Outline should be 3 pages with intro and 2 body paragraphs done. The rest can just be previewed properly. Please look at the attachment for further instructions. WILL NOT assign if you do not look at the requested material that is attached.

ntro to African American Humanities Final Essay Throughout the semester, we have

ntro to African American Humanities Final Essay
Throughout the semester, we have been reading about the importance of both knowing and developing one’s identity in the face of the many obstacles we are challenged with in life.
Here is what you need to do:
Choose at least three examples from the works discussed in class. Discuss how the works you chose reflect, helped shape, or are important to African American identity or culture.
You can discuss how the works relate to your own sense of identity; or why the works were important to you; or why they were significant to African American identity and culture in general.
Consider how the readings in this class ‘talk’ about racial identity. Consider your opinions on these ideas and your responses to the readings. Remember: as you write your essay, provide proof from our readings. I want to hear your voice and your ideas, but I want to hear that voice in conversation with the authors we have read.
This is an academic essay, meaning that it will have a title, an introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. It will be graded heavily on content, but organization, development, expression, mechanics, and information literacy will also count. Make sure you revise the essay before you submit it.

Write an analytical essay that provides a critique, analysis, and perspective on

Write an analytical essay that provides a critique, analysis, and perspective on how the topic is important to our understanding of the African American experience. Hence, in reality, the topics listed below are just “historical parameters” that are used to contextualize your thesis.

Intro to African American Humanities Final Essay Throughout the semester, we hav

Intro to African American Humanities Final Essay
Throughout the semester, we have been reading about the importance of both knowing and developing one’s identity in the face of the many obstacles we are challenged with in life.
Here is what you need to do:
Choose at least three examples from the works discussed in class. Discuss how the works you chose reflect, helped shape, or are important to African American identity or culture.
You can discuss how the works relate to your own sense of identity; or why the works were important to you; or why they were significant to African American identity and culture in general.
Consider how the readings in this class ‘talk’ about racial identity. Consider your opinions on these ideas and your responses to the readings. Remember: as you write your essay, provide proof from our readings. I want to hear your voice and your ideas, but I want to hear that voice in conversation with the authors we have read.
Include a Works Cited page at the end (not part of the minimum # of pages). The main source for all the works cited is Shaw University Moodle. Include the author’s name, title of the article, source (Shaw University Moodle), and date of access.
This is an academic essay, meaning that it will have a title, an introduction with a thesis, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. It will be graded heavily on content, but organization, development, expression, mechanics, and information literacy will also count. Make sure you revise the essay before you submit it.