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Papers On Slavery, Racism & Civil Rights
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Frederick Douglass: Public Speaker at his Best
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6 pages in length. This paper analyzes the style and structure of the Frederick Douglass speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July." Frederick Douglass was known as a brilliant speaker, and his position as adviser to President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War helped him to become a powerful voice for human rights. His contributions against racial injustice are revered to this day. This paper comments on his argumentative and talented approach to leading an audience. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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College Football Coaching & Racism
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An 11 page look at issues concerning racism and the football coach. Various historic studies are cited concerning such items as 'racial stacking' in professional football and its relevance to the collegic sports environment. Bibliography lists approximately 18 sources.
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Harlem Renaissance Art and the Re-Awakening
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A 5 page paper in which the writer argues that literature written by Black authors during the early 1920s opened up a discourse between Black artists, militants and intellectuals that helped forge a Black American identity that served the Civil Rights and Pan American movements. One artist who helped to continually reopen this discussion and propel the newly found forms of black expression into a militant arena was Claude McKay through his work 'Home to Harlem.' Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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MacKay's 'Home to Harlem'
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A 5 page argumentative essay that posits that Mackay used his artistic genius to make a cry for freedom during the Harlem Renaissance, and that his story was written as a warning to his community that the beauty that was Harlem then, may not last. He asserted that it might be in error that Black Americans were expected to live in only a small neighborhood in New York. By accepting this enslavement, they were giving up their newly won freedom. The writer argues that although his contemporaries tried to hush his voice, art seeks to be heard even by only one ear, and as such, MacKay's story did not go unheard. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Necessities Of War / Civil War & Vietnam War
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A 5 page essay comparing and contrasting some of the many events of the Civil War and the Vietnam War. Lincoln said that there were necessities of war. What did he mean? This is the specific question explored in this essay. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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