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  1. From Harlem to the Barrio Kristen Bosch, NBCT and Anne McCracken, NBCT

  2. Forces that Release the Cork

  3. Students examine art and literature for themes Title of Work Name of Author/Artist Type of Work ______Literature _______Drawing/Painting _______Photograph Summarize the passage or briefly describe the drawing/painting/photograph. Themes in the Work (circle all that you read/see)

  4. Forces that force cork out of bottle: 1. 2. Bottle represents _____________. Themes: _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ What is produced? _______________ _______________ _______________ Contents represent: __________________.

  5. Art/Literature response

  6. PALMER HAYDEN(1890-1973)"The Janitor Who Paints”ca. 1937oil on canvas

  7. Janitor Artist Which of these objects tell you that this man is an artist and which tell you that he is a janitor? What do you think the artist is trying to say by choosing this subject?

  8. Negro by Langston Hughes • I am a Negro: • Black as the night is black, • Black like the depths of my Africa. • I’ve been a slave; • Caesar told me to keep his door-steps clean. • I brushed the boots of Washington. • I’ve been a worker: • Under my hand the pyramids arose. • I made mortar for the Woolworth Building, • I’ve been a singer: • All the way from Africa to Georgia • I carried my sorrow songs. • I made ragtime.

  9. I am a Negro: Black as the night is black, Black like the depths of my Africa.

  10. Woolworth Building

  11. I am fromQuisquella la bella, frommerengue, bachata, perico, ripiao, and church bells on Sundays. I am from the words Dios, patria, libertad from the feeling of sadness, but also of not giving up. • I am • from the promise of friendship and love, • from “always be yourself,” • “believe in who you are.” I Am Quisquella la Bellaby Amiris Ramirez • I am • from rice and beans, • roast chicken, pernil, • plátanos, mangos, coconuts, corn. • I am • from beautiful • gardens with palm trees, • from mountains and precious beaches. • I am Latina. • Dominican. • Proud.

  12. Bound North Bluesby Langston Hughes

  13. Final Projects

  14. Arte Publico Press - www.latinoteca.com Lee and Low - www.leeandlow.com Children’s Press - www.childrensbookpress.org Bibliographies