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African Women and Their Influence in the Caribbean
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A 5 page paper on the sociological, political and economic impact of African women or women with African ancestry on the Caribbean region. Lists 4 sources.
Filename: khcarib.wps

African-American Gangsters In Film / Yesterday vs. Today
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8 pages in length African-American gangster mentality has changed much over the past half century. No longer is it the flamboyant, colorful lifestyle once adopted by shrewd and resourceful businessmen. The black gangster of today is a confused, angry young man who feels completely justified taking out his aggressions on innocent bystanders. The writer compares and contrasts the various differences between these two types of gang members as depicted in the movies Hoodlum and Boyz 'N The Hood. Bibliography included.
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Amadou Diallo
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In early February of 1999, 22 year old Amadou Diallo, an immigrant from Guinea, was shot as he stood on the doorstep of his home by four policemen. This 5 page paper explores the incident through critical analysis of three articles. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KTadialo.wps

An Africana Philosophy ?
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A 5 page, comprehensive essay discussing whether or not it is possible to have a unified "Africana philosophy" in a world where African-Americans have been so greatly dispersed. No Bibliography.
Filename: Afrophil.wps

Andrew Hacker / 2 Nations, Black and White
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A 5 page analysis of Andrew Hacker's book, Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal, in which the author offers a socioeconomic thesis on what it means to be an African American. The main points of Hacker's book are summarized, and his main thesis, which is that the problems of blacks are all a direct result of white oppression, is disputed. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 99hacker.wps

Audience Reaction and the Realism of Cinema
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A 5 page discussion of the impact of realism on audience passivity or action when viewing a film. Notes that audiences are the targets of cinematic production, production which combines both audio and video into a medium which require the human element in order to be experienced. Indeed audiences are impacted by both the audio and visual aspects of film. The consequent reaction can vary from one of passive reception to active participation. Uses "The Color Purple" as an example of a film which elicits a significant degree of audience reaction. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPcinema.wps

Barriers Faced by African-Americans In Professional Sports Management
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This 15 page paper looks at the barriers that have Blacks have faced and continue to face in working in management roles in professional sports. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Acoach.wps

Bebe Moore Campbell: Your Blues Ain't Like Mine.
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(5 pp) The time is the fifties in the rural South; every one had a "code," often in is racially imprinted, but it can come from one's family just as well, and it certainly may not have anything to do with the person that you want "to be" when you grow up. We will look at that historic puzzle and its remnants in Bebe Moore Campbell's novel Your Blues Aint Like Mine. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BBcmpblb.doc

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