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Wangechi Mutu Jenn

Wangechi Mutu Jenn

Wangechi Mutu Jenn. Wangechi Mutu. Variety of mediums, from sculpture and paper works to video and installations . Known for collage works on paper, sourcing imagery from lots of different sources, such as National Geographic, Vogue and porn magazines.

By Ava
(197 views)

Racial Caste: The Jim Crow Era

Racial Caste: The Jim Crow Era

Racial Caste: The Jim Crow Era. ETHN 100 Week 7 Session 1. Last Time. Listened to a b rief l ecture on African Americans and the emergence of slavery in the United States. Engaged in a brief workshop on d eveloping your thesis for WA2. Today.

By hank
(136 views)

Social and Political Issues

Social and Political Issues

My candle burns at both ends; It will not last the night; But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends- It gives a lovely light. Edna St. Vincent Millay. Social and Political Issues. Entertainment: the 1920’s marked the rise of a trend toward a national identity with popular entertainment

By samuru
(131 views)

I Am An Abolitionist

I Am An Abolitionist

I Am An Abolitionist. What is an abolitionist ?. One who works to abolish schools. One who works to abolish fat. One who works to abolish slavery. If you selected choice # 3. You are correct!!!! An abolitionist is someone who works to abolish slavery.

By nickan
(133 views)

Roaring ‘20s

Roaring ‘20s

Roaring ‘20s. Chapter 31. Jazz Age. 1920's collectively known as the "Roaring 20's", or the "Jazz Age" in sum, a period of great change in American Society - modern America is born at this time

By conner
(218 views)

Migration From Sodom to the Promised Land

Migration From Sodom to the Promised Land

“ The Exodusters ”. WOW Museum: Western Women's Suffrage – Kansas theautry.org. Migration From Sodom to the Promised Land. Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education. Shirley Nero – OKAGE Teacher Consultant Clearview, OK AnnNero@aol.com.

By hastin
(151 views)

From “ Air Force 1s ” to “ AND1 Mix Tapes ”

From “ Air Force 1s ” to “ AND1 Mix Tapes ”

From “ Air Force 1s ” to “ AND1 Mix Tapes ” Cultural Aesthetics and Teacher Improvisation: The Knowing That Comes From Doing An Epistemology of Providing Culturally Responsive Conflicting Curriculum Dr. Roland Mitchell Louisiana State University.

By carr
(68 views)

Ethnic and Racial Assimilation

Ethnic and Racial Assimilation

Ethnic and Racial Assimilation. I.      A Historical Perspective 1. Most immigrants landed at the five American ports: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New Orleans. 2. Three immigration waves: 1820-1860; 5 million 1861-1880; 5 million 1881-1920; 23 million.

By julie-welch
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Ocean County Library

Ocean County Library

Ocean County Library. African American Family Reunions, History & Genealogy Workshop. Build Relationships with Community Groups. African American Family Reunions, History & Genealogy Workshop. Ocean County Library. Question: “What does your community need ?” Answer:

By cyrus-ramos
(88 views)

The Roaring Life of the 1920s

The Roaring Life of the 1920s

CHAPTER. The Roaring Life of the 1920s. 21. Overview. Time Lines. 1. Changing Ways of Life. SECTION. 2. The Twenties Woman. SECTION. 3. Education and Popular Culture. SECTION. 4. The Harlem Renaissance. SECTION. Chapter Assessment. Transparencies. THEMES IN CHAPTER 21.

By summer-jackson
(247 views)

Poseidon DW

Poseidon DW

By wyoming-potts
(118 views)

American History ch. 20

American History ch. 20

American History ch. 20. 1. In the 1920s, _________& __________ increased. Immigration & ex-military men & women competed for the same jobs during time of high unemployment. Sec 1.

By thor-bradshaw
(83 views)

The Great Migration

The Great Migration

The Great Migration. Between 1910 and 1920, the Great Migration saw hundreds of thousands of African Americans move north to big cities By 1920 over 5 million of the nation’s 12 million blacks (over 40%) lived in cities. Migration of the Negro by Jacob Lawrence.

By angulo
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CRITICAL READING Faculty-Written Texts

CRITICAL READING Faculty-Written Texts

What, Why, and How?. CRITICAL READING Faculty-Written Texts. 1. Jessica started teaching at Skyline in 2007. NON-FICTION: “Learning to Read” by Jessica Powers. NON-FICTION: “What Happened to the African- American Middle Class” by Nathan Jones.

By six
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Harlem renaissance

Harlem renaissance

Harlem renaissance. Mr. Goddard | PLUSH | March 2009. What you are learning. California Content Standard 11.5.2 & .5 11.5 Students analyze the major political, social, economic, technological, and cultural developments of the 1920s.

By jduval
(2 views)


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