Your term paper must investigate black culture using ethnographic research methodologies.
wright about women in the civil rights movement(1954-1967), please give specific example to explain what effect on women. think of the civil rights movement beginning in 1941 with the M.W.M.
marshall washington movement
desegregation of the armed forces 1948 was the actual start of civil rights movement by Trumen-1948 with executive order 9981 like 8801 came under pressure because all democratic presidents from wilson-rosevelt-truman all owed presidency to black northern votes. so pressure was put on truman because he had a tight re-election. so he integrated the armed forces so the Korean War becomes the first war in which the blacks are fighting in desegregated unions. the best test of the movement is a second reconstruction is to name for the civil rights movement. the northern blacks can vote, blacks in the south cannot. and in particular, at issue is the 14th and 15th amendment. using the system to force america. the outside way comes the biggest challenge comes from the nation of islam. which makes a decision to prolong washingtons old ideas and stay out of the system.
has to have an argument or idea that you are trying to put across
the format and the form is up to you
you can choose frommedia
film choose 3 or more films with a theme
black male sexuality
information about this class:
W.E.B Dubois, The Souls of Black Folk (Essays on Blackboard)
Lorraine Hansberry, A Raisin in the Sun
Joe William Trotter, The African American Experience
Elaine Brown, A Taste of Power
Course Description from Catalog
A critical and interdisciplinary analysis of contemporary African American communities. Issues in economic status, education, health, justice, politics, race relations, and media representation examined from the perspectives of anthropology, history, sociology, ethnic and gender studies.
Moving comparatively through 20th and 21st century black social and labor movements, this course examines the ideological and philosophical divides between black cultures and American history. We will follow the multifaceted African American experience in four discreet areas. One will follow the African American debate in the post Plessy era until 1939. The second will follow the African American experience in both World Wars and into the Korean and Vietnamese conflicts. The third follows that experience in the Civil Rights era from 1948 until 1970. The course will conclude by following the African experience in North America into the contemporary era.
A critical and interdisciplinary analysis of contemporary African American communities.