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(The) Emmet Till Trial
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A 12 page research paper on the circumstances and events leading to the murder and the trial. The writer describes the story of Till, the murder and the trial that followed. This particular case was a landmark in 20th century history in which law agents attempted to cover up key elements of the torturous murder of a young Black child. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Emmettil.wps

A Call to Arms - Alice Walker's Message of Activism in Anything We Love Can Be Saved
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A 6 page paper that presents a critical analysis of two of the essays found in Alice Walker's collection entitled Anything We Love Can Be Saved and the ultimate message of activism that is presented by each of these essays. Discussed are the essays "The Only Reason You Want to Go to Heaven is That You Have Been Driven Out of Your Mind: Off Your Land and Out of Your Lover's Arms" and "You Have All Seen: If The Women of the World Were Comfortable, This Would Be a Comfortable World". Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: LCWalker.doc

A Portrayal Of Oppression and Prejudice in Feminist Literature
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This 11 page paper looks at Zami: A New Spelling Of My Name" By Audre Lorde and the way in which we can see social criticism of different forms of prejudice include gender, race and sexuality. The way this is communicated in the book, and the underlying message are considered by looking at social norms and the way in which, as a reader, we may interpret the book. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEzanial.wps

A Review of "Black Is the Color of the Cosmos : Essays on Afro-American Literature and Culture" by Charles T. Davis
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A 5 page review of the work of one of the most effective black writers of the twentieth century. A collection of a variety of Davis' most important essays, the book serves as a much needed compendium of the work of this tremendously important black author. Starting with an examination of the debates which encompassed black literary circles of the 1960s and 1970s, Davis compares the perspectives of a variety of different writers and academics before turning his attention specifically to the black slave narratives and then to Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Jean Toomer, Robert Hayden, and other key figures in black history. The most interesting aspect of this book by far, however, is Davis' attention to the slave narrative as a critical component of black written history. No additional sources are listed.
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A Review of "Race Matters" by Cornel West
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A 5 page discussion of race relations in the United States. Contends that the subject of race relations is a key philosophical issue precipitated in the United States largely by the presence of African Americans. It is an issue which has been broached by many black leaders of our past, and indeed the leaders of today and our future. Cornel West is one of those leaders. He is, in fact, one of the most eloquent and influential black writers of contemporary times. West views white America as an oppressor of black America, an oppressor which operates through daily attacks on black attributes such as intelligence, beauty, ability, and character. Central to this racial bias is economics and the capitalist system which emphasizes individuality over community and competition over cooperation. No additional sources are listed.
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A Review of W.E.B. DuBois' "The Souls of Black Folks"
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A 5 page discussion of the cultural environment in which "The Souls of Black Folk" was written and the message which the author sought to convey. Contends that the general public at this time was not very tolerant of blacks in general and W.E.B. DuBois was not only black, he had an impressive education and was considerably influential. Ironically, these same qualities somewhat alienated W.E.B. DuBois even from some of his own people. Even in this historical context, however, "The Souls of Black Folks" was regarded as a beautiful insight into the African American culture. No additional sources are listed.
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Adam Clayton Powell, Jr (1908 - 1972)
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A 6 page paper that discusses Adam Clayton Powell's political career. The is a greater emphasis on the years between 1961 and 1966 when Powell was chairman of the House Committee on Labor and Education. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PGpowl.wps

Addressing Outreach for Pregnant African American Women in Oakland County, Michigan
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A 15 page paper discussing whether Pontiac, Michigan should institute a program targeting the city's African American population of women of child-bearing age. Infant mortality within this population is higher than that of any other ethnic group, and that within Pontiac is greater than Michigan's average. The paper examines results of California - where activity is supported by policy - and North Carolina, where effort is limited to effort only. It is California that has the greatest success, for it allows the working poor also to have access to the medical services needed for prenatal care. The paper suggests that Pontiac take the same approach, and market the program more through direct contact in public places than through printed material that all women may not be able to read. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Filename: KShlthCareMI.wps

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