Make a demonstration of the prestige of the African talent awards. (a) Make an o

Make a demonstration of the prestige of the African talent awards. (a) Make an overall descriiption of the history and prestige of the award; (b) Quote articles about the award proving its influence in the cultural scene and in the world in general. (c) What are the criteria used to judge the competition; (d ) Tell us about notable past nominee, winners and jury member.
Use in priority the articles linked here and combine it with your personal online research : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1G093G5Hz244rlrhT10j-v3M5Nmp5MKqT?usp=sharing

Make a presentation of the Golden Afro Artistic award. Previously known as the g

Make a presentation of the Golden Afro Artistic award. Previously known as the golden artistic awards. Follow the instructions carefully : (a)Make an overall descriiption of the history and prestige of the award; (b) Who is Eva Sita (quick descriiption), in what category of that award did she win? When and why? (c) Quote articles about the award proving its influence in the cultural scene and in the world in general. (d) What are the criteria used to judge the competition; (e) Tell us about notable past winners and jury member.
Use in priority the articles linked here and combine it with your personal online research : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1UTZAk4DS_IOwNjcLNdjX2scyciXlNxx4?usp=sharing

I will add in the introduction of myself later. I am pursuing a degree in Graphi

I will add in the introduction of myself later. I am pursuing a degree in Graphic Design and media arts.
Often, discussions about popular culture may make the assumption that popular culture is something that is easily brushed off. However, because current media is saturated with elements of popular culture, your favorite television show, film, book, game, etc. may have a significant impact on how you see the world. As we begin our first discussion, take a moment to choose your favorite popular culture artifact and address the following in your initial post:
Introduce yourself to the class by sharing a bit about yourself, such as your preferred name, where you’re from, and your major, and briefly describe your chosen artifact.
In your own words, define the term popular culture and discuss how it is used or impacts your daily life. How does your definition compare and contrast with those presented in the module resources?
What is the influence of popular culture on your chosen field of study or future profession? How can you use your understanding of your chosen popular culture artifact in your professional career?
useful information, not instructions:
4 lenses
Each time we approach a question or project, we are informed by certain perspectives, or “lenses.” At
any given time, we are looking through multiple lenses, but often, one may be more dominant than the
others. Throughout your academic journey, these lenses coincide with disciplines or fields of study. Here
at SNHU, we’ve prioritized four of these lenses: humanities, history, the sciences, and the social
sciences. Professionals in these fields all ask questions in order to gain information, but they may ask
them in different ways that will help them examine different aspects of a topic. We can think of these as
four different telescopes, and each lens has different characteristics. Thus, depending on the lens we are
looking through, the cultural artifacts we encounter—the constructed items that convey the
benchmarks of a particular culture or social group—will tell a different story.
The Humanities
At the core of the humanities is human creativity, and they explore the things that humanity creates and
how they offer insight into the way people experienced their present, interacted with their culture, and
comprehended abstract concepts and big questions about humanity’s place in the universe. The
humanities broaden perspectives and promote an understanding of multiple experiences, cultures, and
values through various mediums of creative human expression–such as literature, fine art, dance,
photography, philosophy and religion, film and television, music, even the internet and social media—
many of which are taught as separate academic disciplines. Within the humanities, both the artist’s (or
creator’s) intent and audience reception of a creative artifact are considered to help understand cultural
values and why they matter. They celebrate cultural diversity while also highlighting cultural similarity.
View these brief videos for more on the lens of the humanities: What Are the Humanities and Why Are
They Important? (1:53); IDS-100: Humanities (3:22).
History
Many of us are familiar with history as being a list of dates, events, and people to memorize, but history
is so much more than simply dates and memorizing facts. Your primary exposure to history could have
been in grade school required classes or in documentaries about subjects you find interesting. There is
so much more to history, however. History tells the stories of our past to help us better understand how
we got to the present. In addition to dates, events, and people, history encompasses firsthand accounts
of experiences that include artifacts from an era (tools, clothes, toys, etc.), letters or diaries from people
who lived during a certain time, documents from a time period, photographs, and, when possible,
interviews with people who lived through the events that historians study. Together, these historical
remnants help write a story of a particular time, which is then folded into the stories of history we are
living and making today. View these brief videos for more on the lens of history: Thinking Like a
Historian (8:47); What Is History For? (4:13); What Is Historical Thinking (7:41).
The Natural and Applied Sciences
The natural and applied sciences study the physical world to help us better understand ourselves and
our place in nature, and nature’s role in shaping us. The natural sciences include fields such as biology,
chemistry, and physics, while the applied sciences include STEM-related fields such as mathematics and
technology. Together these fields explore the questions and curiosities humans have been pondering for
ages, and scientists often develop questions and use a scientific process—the scientific method—to
describe, predict, and observe the natural world. This method of developing and researching hypotheses
can also be applied to the other lenses as a way to organize the questions one might ask to gain a
deeper understanding of our world and experiences. View these brief videos for more on the natural
and applied sciences: The Scientific Method (4:05); IDS-100: What Is Science? (2:01); IDS-100: Neil
deGrasse Tyson Describes Scientific Thinking (2:52).
The Social Sciences
As people are social beings, social science is the study of society and the relationships between people.
Subjects included in this lens are psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, and
geography. This study of human behavior and interaction can sometimes overlap with the humanities
lens, which also studies different cultures. Studying society, culture, and human relationships will lead us
to an understanding of how people live and how to improve our lives. Social scientists use a variety of
methods to arrive at conclusions within this lens, such as interviews, participant observation, and
primary and secondary sources. The social sciences can also intersect with the other lenses. For
instance, like for the history lens, social scientists may look at the past to gain an understanding of the
social relationships that took place. How did we interact? How did we work together? Asking questions
similar to these has given us the opportunity to evaluate causes and effects related to people in our
society. Consider how the social science lens helps us interact with the world around us and uses
cultural artifacts to make changes in our lives to promote better living or promote interactions we
normally would not have with others. View these brief videos for more on social science: An Animated
Introduction to Social Science (4:35); What Is Social Science? Part 1 (2:50); What Is Social Science? Part 2

Hello again! This is the second essay in the society project focused on Ancient

Hello again! This is the second essay in the society project focused on Ancient Greece. The proposal I submitted to the instructor is uploaded again so you can understand why I chose ancient Greece. This second essay is 750-1000 words about the sustainability efforts discussing ecology and climate as well as the modes of sustainability (how they preserve water and store food). Only credible academic sources can be used – most websites do not fall into this category unless they end in .gov or .edu and name an author. The essay instructions from the instructor are copy and pasted into a word document and uploaded- please follow those instructions closely! The readings are links to US gov websites with reading material. If you can’t access those sites let me know! It needs to be in APA formatting and I have uploaded the formatting guide and essay rubric. An intro page and reference page is needed and should be set up like the first Ancient Greece Paper!

Hello! This is the final essay due for my Culture and Values class, it is worth

Hello! This is the final essay due for my Culture and Values class, it is worth 90 points. The assignment reads “In a 600-word essay, using MLA format, analyze the culture(s) and values represented in the assigned supplemental text Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and comment on any parallels with Hirschberg text readings. Please support your analysis relevant outside sources, if appropriate.” I have attached the PDF of “Things Fall Apart”, and a pdf with brief summaries of the reads I have read on each unit. Please let me know if this is possible to get done. I put a time to receive this at 6pm but I can always wait longer since the assignment isn’t due until 10pm. Please let me know if there’s additional information you may need to complete this or, again, if this is possible to get done overall! Thank you so much in advance.

Please see attached for the instructions. Please note the assignment says it’s a

Please see attached for the instructions. Please note the assignment says it’s a Podcast assignment but I will be doing the podcast myself based on the information that is provided in the powerpoint you create. The powerpoint is based on two sources. Each source I have provided has about 30 pages of writing and pictures that you can use as your source for what you will choose to add to the powerpoint. You don’t need to do the podcast because I have to do that. The only thing I need is the powerpoint presentation prepared. Please let me know if you have any questions and if you need me to add more slides and/or speaker notes to my order to make it better.

Need a 3 page syllabus. Please see attachment for Syllabus Criteria. I’ll upload

Need a 3 page syllabus. Please see attachment for Syllabus Criteria. I’ll upload all of the course readings from week 8 to 15 for your reference within a few minutes in case you need to refer to them. This is a 2 part project but I only need the syllabus done. I highlighted the parts that apply to the syllabus project in yellow. Please ignore the un-highlighted items. I highlighted the theme I thought might be easiest but feel free to pick a different one from that list. You don’t need to do the zine I’ll handle that. Only do the syllabus please. Of the 5 sources needed only 2 of them are from outside the class.

n the reading by Gino Pellegrini, “Creating Multiracial Identities in the Work o

n the reading by Gino Pellegrini, “Creating Multiracial Identities in the Work of Rebecca Walker and Kip
Fulbeck: A Collective Critique of American Liberal Multiculturalism” the author grapples with “debate over the
precise impact that the emergent self-identified multiracial population is having on race, racial hierarchy, and
white supremacy.” Using this essay as your foundation, offer a critique on the popular notion (i.e. American
Imagination) that “race-mixing leads to post-racial society (i.e. erases racism). [Hint: This is not an opinion editorial. You must make a declarative statement(s) that addresses the statement, e.g. agree with or disagree
with, and then use the course resources to support your statement/argument. Here you might think about notions of
representations/imagination and identity (see Nishime, Perez, Renn, dentity (see), rights (here you might use of Da Coasta’s monograph
“Making Multiracials”, King’s article, “Racialization of Recognition & Rights…” and Rich, Camille) and agentive statements of worth, (Root, “A
Bill of Rights for Racially Mixed Peoples” and Shigematsu chapters.)]

This semester we have played with, and around, the idea of “multiracial identity

This semester we have played with, and around, the idea of “multiracial identity” and “multiracial community” (see
class definition of “community” as well as DaCosta, King, etc.). This essay asks you to engage the group research
presentations (see the slides in BOX) in conjunction with the course readings, lectures, etc. to address the questions,
is there such thing as a “multiracial consciousness and community” among persons of mixed race ancestry. Indeed,
each of the group research presentations spoke to these ideas in various ways. For example, two presentations
focused on celebrity and representations in film, while another played with notions of “white appearing” and “white
passing” and examined the ways in which film/television exploits the “white appearing mixed race subject” becomes
tool of white supremacy. Yet, another presentation explicitly examined the “viewing” of the mixed race subject in
dating apps, conducting experimental research among LMU students. “How do these industries see/use the
multiracial subject & in what ways does this reinforce multiracial tropes and in what ways might these engage in
counter discursive dialogue? And do these types of societal cultural production of the multiracial subject impact/shape
their identity formation/development/performance?” In response to societal tropes and “imagining” one presentation explicitly examined “in their own words” how noted
mixed race persons understood their identity and responded to popular narratives about them, while other
presentations referenced interviews of mixed race persons addressing their identity. Yet, another presentation
addressed questions of “parenting” the multiracial children. Deploying the idea of “edge dancers” and Ho’s notions of
racial ambiguity another presentation looked at the liminal positionality of Southwest Asian in the US productions of
race and racialization. (Hint: This is not an opinion editorial and is not simply a yes or no question. You must make a declarative statement(s) that addresses the
questions posed by the presentations and assess the degree to which the presentations adequately answered their research questions and
provide “new” information & understanding on multiraciality as it relates to the questions of “identity” and “community.” You must use the
presentation materials, course resources (i.e. readings, handouts, etc.) to support your argument on multiracial identity and community.

Please answer using the attached readings, primary documents, images, and podcas

Please answer using the attached readings, primary documents, images, and podcast episodes as evidence. looking for specific details from all of these sources to support your arguments rather than a general summation. You must draw evidence from the additional readings, podcasts, and primary sources (both documents and images). When referencing any of the sources, please cite the document and page number, or identify the podcast or image, in parentheses following the quote.
PROMPT (answer in essay format)
Historian David Roediger has written “The world got along without race for the overwhelming majority of its history. The United States has never been without it.”
How did the revolutionary ideals of liberty and equality paradoxically harden ideas of race and therefore racism in America?
How could a nation proclaim that all men are created equal and also sanction slavery?
Why was the idea of race needed to reconcile the two?
How did the artificial construction of race privilege whiteness and exclude African Americans and Indigenous peoples from enjoying the benefits of the new nation’s ideals?
Why were poor whites so central to the creation and maintenance of white supremacy?
What expectations did white Americans have about Black men and women and native peoples in their new democratic republic?
Sources to use in answering these questions:
“American Slavery: The American Revolution”
“America’s Original Sin. Slavery and the Legacy of White Supremacy”
“We the People in the United States”
RAP 10-1 Jefferson’s Indian Policy
RAP 10-3 A Slave Demands Freedom
RAP 10-4 Fears About Enslavement of Free African Americans
RAP 11-3 Tocqueville on Race in the United States
Image: Virginian Luxuries
Image: Battle of Cowpens
Image: Amalgamation
Podcast: “The Origins of Racial Segregation in the United States”
Podcast: “Freedom and the American Revolution”
Podcast: “Whose Fourth of July”