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Dutchman (1964) by Leroi Jones ( Amiri Baraka)

Dutchman (1964) by Leroi Jones ( Amiri Baraka)

Dutchman (1964) by Leroi Jones ( Amiri Baraka). Part I of I. Amiri Baraka (1934- ) born Leroi Jones Bohemian, Black Power Advocate, Communist. Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note , poems, 1961 Blues People: Black People in White America , 1963 Dutchman and the Slave drama , 1964

By maude
(137 views)

The Movement Takes a New Turn

The Movement Takes a New Turn

The Movement Takes a New Turn. Civil Rights 21.5. Malcolm X and Black Nationalism. More radical and militant political leaders emerged Malcolm X of Omaha, NE was the most well known of these At age 20 he was arrested for burglary and served seven years in prison.

By gambhiri
(202 views)

Unit 7: The Black Revolution (1954 – Present)

Unit 7: The Black Revolution (1954 – Present)

Unit 7: The Black Revolution (1954 – Present). The movement for equality and civil rights during the 1950s and 1960s drastically impacts the lives of African Americans and the development of American Society in the years to come. Quick Review of Ch. 21.

By cale
(256 views)

Changes and Challenges

Changes and Challenges

Changes and Challenges. Chapter 28-3. Morning Work November 11, 2016. 1 st Period. Agenda. Morning Work Lecture: Changes and Challenges Mountain Top Speech RFK Speech: Dr. King’s Death (1:34:00-1:36:20) The Butler (1:20:00-1:31:00) Civil Rights Quiz. WRITE QUESTIONS

By fairfax
(79 views)

Chapter 28 Liberalism, Civil rights and War in Vietnam 1960-1975

Chapter 28 Liberalism, Civil rights and War in Vietnam 1960-1975

Chapter 28 Liberalism, Civil rights and War in Vietnam 1960-1975. By Cooper Roark, Luke Garret, Clark Scott, and Kevin Sawyer. Fortunate Son. What is this song about? Why is that important?. Vietnam Politics. The Goal US and USSR relationship Ho Chi Minh’s Appeal

By donat
(8 views)

Liberation Theology

Liberation Theology

Liberation Theology. Elliott Wright. Preferential Option for the Poor. Liberation theology begins with the poor; it is the Christian duty of the privileged to side with the poor in solidarity against oppression

By aiden
(462 views)

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties. Test Review. Summary of the 1920s (repeat from Monday). A time of great change Technological - inventions Social – women and blacks Sexuality Economical – thriving business and stock market But not farms or coal mining, poor will struggle to keep up

By hija
(105 views)

Lyndon Baines Johnson

Lyndon Baines Johnson

Lyndon Baines Johnson. Democratic Party 1963-1969 President #36. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:37_Lyndon_Johnson_3x4.jpg. http:// factoidz.com/images/user/lyndonjohnsonsenateposter.jpg. Occupational/Educational Background: Attended the Southwest Texas State Teachers College

By arty
(197 views)

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Williams 2013. “Separate but equal”. “Separate but Equal”. Emancipation Proclamation (1863): President Abraham Lincoln Declared the freedom of black slaves in Confederate states American Civil War (1861 – 1865) Jim Crow Laws (1880s – 1960s):

By cera
(151 views)

Black Power

Black Power

Black Power. “In this country you would think that white people are god, that they had the right to give us our freedom, so what we had to do was to beg them, or to act the way they wanted us to act before they gave us our freedom. We must stop seeking to imitate white society.”

By rollin
(75 views)

“ Am Movement of Movements” II pgs. 16-20

“ Am Movement of Movements” II pgs. 16-20

“ Am Movement of Movements” II pgs. 16-20. TERMS. QUESTIONS. What were some of the changes that occurred in the movement from ‘65-’68? Explain how the concept of BLACK POWER was different from earlier goals of the civil rights movement?.

By freya
(114 views)

Leaders Of The Civil Rights Movement

Leaders Of The Civil Rights Movement

Leaders Of The Civil Rights Movement. Essential Question. What were the goals and tactics of the different leaders of the Civil Rights movement?. Freedom Riders. May 4, 1961 Test Boynton v. Virginia (interstate transit cannot be segregated) Riders were arrested and assaulted in the south

By lily
(154 views)

Statement/hypothesis _______________________________________________________

Statement/hypothesis _______________________________________________________

Question 5. Statement/hypothesis _______________________________________________________ Debate _______________________________V.___________________________________. s trongly disagrees. p artially disagrees. s trongly agrees. p artially agrees. a grees. disagrees. Source

By chick
(92 views)

“Everyday Use”

“Everyday Use”

“Everyday Use”. Defining African-American Heritage. Plot Summary. In “Everyday Use,” Alice Walker tells a story of a mother’s conflicted relationship with her two daughters, Dee and Maggie.

By shawna
(318 views)

Civil Rights Test Review Game

Civil Rights Test Review Game

Civil Rights Test Review Game. Everyone starts with $20 Each numbered question is worth $5 for the correct answer. Incorrect answer=$0 awarded for that question. Therefore, each player either earns $5 or $0 for each question.

By bina
(65 views)

Civil Rights

Civil Rights

Civil Rights. How might WWII lead to the Civil Rights Movement?. What are the three amendments that originally gave rights to African Americans during Reconstruction? Name two early African American activists. What laws limited African Americans in the US?. Brown v Board of Education.

By ovid
(156 views)

Civil Rights

Civil Rights

Civil Rights. What rights are worth fighting for?. Taking on Segregation. Main Idea Activism and a series of Supreme Court decisions advanced equal rights for African Americans in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Why it Matters Today

By ion
(153 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy. Jeopardy. The Cold War. Red Scare. The 50’s. Civil Rights. Potpouri. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $ 500. $500. $500. $500. $500.

By reba
(96 views)

Peace,Baby!

Peace,Baby!

Peace,Baby!. Flower Power!. Make Love,. Not War!. Welcome to the 1960s A 1960s timeline presented by the 8th grade graduating class of 2005 at Pocantico Hills School I Love the 60s Your trusted guide to the decade of short skirts and flower power. The BBC. Timeline/Overview.

By xanto
(185 views)

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. 1950s and 1960s. Origins/Causes of the Civil Rights Movement. WWI/1920s/Harlem Renaissance and Great Migration FDR New Deal programs – shifting AA voting patterns Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) World War II WWII service Workplace discrimination

By galen
(111 views)

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