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Slavery in America
An essay that likens the condition of slavery to that of imprisonment, following the language of the 13th Amendment and the assertions of the first African American Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall.
It is often noted that the Original Sin of the United States ofAmerica took place at its very inception That the framers of theConstitution provided... more
3 pages | 3 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $32.00

Leadership Style of Dr. King
An account of the rhetorical strategies Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. used to become successful in motivating people to support his activism, and an evaluation of his leadership effectiveness. The historical context of his actions.
The purpose of this research is to examine the leadership style of Dr Martin Luther King Jr The plan of the research will be to set forth... more
8 pages | 9 sources | 18 citations | APA citation style

Price: $40.00

Cause and Effect: The Impact of the American Slave trade upon Cape Verde and Its Pehistoryople
An in-depth study of Cape Verde's role in the African Slave trade, and the history behind the migration of Cape Verde's people to the United States.
Cause and Effect The Impact of the American Slave Trade upon Cape Verde and its People In Pope John Paul II made the journey to West Africa and... more
10 pages | 8 sources | 20 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $20.00

Book Report - The Black Family
A book report on the "The Black Family", a compliation of research having to do with casual, environmental and socio-economic factors causing instability in Black families. How the family is the conduit of passing culture.
Book Report The Black Family The family is the basic socializing unit of our society and has oneof the most persistent influences of all social groups... more
5 pages | 2 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

Price: $24.00

Racial Authenticity
Presents view that the position of African Americans in U.S. society, as well as the ways in which Americans of all races understand their own identity, cannot be changed until the entire system is changed. This will require not only policy changes but the willingness of individuals of all races to make their race a less central element of their sense of self.
Anyone who has ever thought in any depth about the ways in which Americansociety is structured has to have considered the ways in which race is oneof... more
6 pages | 10 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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African Americans and Racism
An analysis of why many African Americans appear to have become passive in their reaction toward racism in U.S. society, based on research articles and interviews with both whites and Blacks.
African Americans DiscriminationIntroduction The forty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act discrimination is alive and well against... more
4 pages | 6 sources | 6 citations | APA citation style

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Gelede Masks
Gelede is a masquerade cult, mostly located in a region of southwest Yorubaland. It is dedicated to appeasing the potentially powerful and destructive force of women. In short, it addresses male anxiety about female power. The purpose of this paper is to provide a historic and thematic overview of Efe, and to discuss the masks used in the spectacle.
Gelede Masks A Yoruba proverb says What follows six is more than seven Ohun tio wa leyin Offa o ju Oje lo The proverb suggests that we must lookbeyond... more
3 pages | 5 sources | 5 citations | APA citation style

Price: $8.00

Things Fall Apart.
A personal reaction paper to two aspects of Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart; the oppression of the Igbo people by the British and the oppression of female Igbo by male Igbo.
Things Fall Apart There are a number of aspects in Chinua Achebe's Things FallApart that provoke a reaction from me Two of the most significant... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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King & Malcolm X
Compares & contrasts the lives of two Civil Rights leaders: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. Their childhood, family expectations, education, early experiences, different philosophies of race relations.
Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X were the most influentialleaders of the civil rights movement of the s and s that reshapedAmerican society Both... more
3 pages | 3 sources | 3 citations | APA citation style

Price: $20.00

Madame C.J. Walker
Madam C.J. Walker, “made straight hair 'good hair,'" and in doing so, made a fortune for herself and a decent standard of living for a work force of "agents" that numbered 20,000 in the U.S. and the Caribbean” (Gates 165). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the life and business of Madam C.J. Walker, in the context of her times and the hair care and beauty business.
Madame C J Walker At the turn of the century many women had need for income-producingemployment despite limitations placed on them because of their... more
5 pages | 4 sources | 9 citations | Other citation style



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