The essay should be double-spaced, 900 words in length, contain citations (MLA o

The essay should be double-spaced, 900 words in length, contain citations (MLA or Chicago/Turabian format), and engage the readings as well as lecture material. The use of outside material is not encouraged.  For citation format instructions, you can reference the Purdue OWL website.
Identify the significance of the Haitian Revolution
Explain the revolutionary and the universal emancipation traditions of Black Internationalism. 
Give a brief overview of the film Queimada/Burn.  Then identify how Burn represents the importance of the Revolutionary Tradition. 
What are the similarities between the characters Jose Dolores and leaders such as Toussaint LOuveture and Jean Jacques Dessaline?
What is the importance of the following quotes by Jose Dolores.  What does José Dolores mean by this?  How does this relate to our understanding of the Creation of the Negro?:
“If what we have here is civilization… civilization of white men, then we are better off uncivilized, because, it is better to know where to go and not know how, then it is to know how to go and not know where.”
“If a man gives you freedom it is not freedom.  Freedom is something you alone must take…You will understand one day because you have already started to think about it.”
How might the quote William Walker makes about the legend of Jose Dolores swirling the Caribbean relate to the continued importance of the Haitian Revolution?
MUST WATCH QUEIMADA MOVIE!
Files to incorporate in essay:
– https://www.struggle-la-lucha.org/2019/03/25/slavery-settler-colonialism-gender-oppression-and-resistance-in-the-early-colonial-years/
– https://www.struggle-la-lucha.org/2019/08/01/from-the-terrible-transformation-to-the-creation-of-the-negro-a-black-socialist-analysis-of-the-first-century-of-slavery-in-north-america/
– https://www.struggle-la-lucha.org/2019/11/30/a-blueprint-for-rebellion-c-l-r-james-and-the-politics-of-black-jacobins/
– https://www.theburningspear.com/2020/05/The-first-Workers-Revolution-in-the-world-was-the-African-Revolution-in-Haiti
– Omali Yeshitela, “Jesus Was A Revolutionary” p. 257
– Robin Kelley, “Dreams of a New Land”
– Sylvia Frey, “The American Revolution and the Creation of a Global African World”
– West and Martin, “Haiti I’m Sorry” in FTT

Analysis review requires you to find two books from the past five years that are

Analysis review requires you to find two books from the past five years that are non-fiction and write a comparative analysis of 1,000 words examining the two or three themes evident in the books.  So you can think of the organization and therefore the sections as an introduction, each of the themes, and then a conclusion. 
The books I have chosen are below.

Analysis review requires you to find two books from the past five years that are

Analysis review requires you to find two books from the past five years that are non-fiction and write a comparative analysis of 1,000 words examining the two or three themes evident in the books.  So you can think of the organization and therefore the sections as an introduction, each of the themes, and then a conclusion. 
The books I have chosen are below.

Candipan et. al., 2012, 379). What triggered the “dramatic period” and what were

Candipan et. al., 2012, 379). What triggered the “dramatic period” and what were the reactions to expected changes and transitions in the neighborhood? Why then is the transformation of the Canarsie neighborhood from a largely Italian and Jewish neighborhood to a largely Afro-Caribbean neighborhood understood as succession?

You will a response of 500-750 words, using Reading and Study resources for Week

You will a response of 500-750 words, using Reading and Study resources for Week 3, and the suggested sources below. In the Response, you will assess how the Great Migration shaped African American churches, as millions of African Americans moved North and West out of the South, and how, in turn, these church communities influenced the culture and politics of bourgeoning urban communities.
INSTRUCTIONS
Part I: A Brief Summary of the Sources Provided
•    Identify the author and arguments of the sources provided.
•    Provide a brief summary, condensing the content of the sources by highlighting the main ideas.
•    Use 1-2 short quotations from the material to support your synthesis.
•    Keep the summary objective and factual.
Part II: Your Reaction to the Work
•    Focus on responding to the prompt.
•    How are the related problems relevant to the overall class?
•    How is the work related to problems in our present-day world?
•    Do viewing the sources change your ideas on the topic?
•    Does using a Christian worldview change the way the sources are evaluated?
Part III
•    Proof-read your work. Avoid common spelling and grammar mistakes, and avoid passive voice.
•    Make sure each major paragraph presents and develops a single main point.
•    Organize your material.
•    Cite paraphrased and quoted material.
Suggested sources include: (links are included in the Reading and Study Module 3 in Blackboard).
1.    Carter Woodson, The History of the Negro Church, The Associated Publishers: Washington D.C., 1921. https://docsouth.unc.edu/church/woodson/woodson.html