Essays on African American Culture

The Murder of Martin Luther King and the murder of Malcom X
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Im writing this paper to illustrate and show the four defining moments of the 1960's That had a big impact on the world.And how each moment led to the next.The four that I chose were Thurgood Marshall the activist thatwas appointed to the U.S supreme court.The Murder of Martin Luther King Jr. and the murder of Malcom X and the Murder of Medgar Evans the Civil rights activist.Standing up for African americans and And African americans rights is what put…...
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W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Talented Tenth: Rhetorical Analysis
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W.E.B DuBois in the book, The Talented Tenth (1903), argues that the focal point should mainly be on providing classical education for African Americans of the top ten percent and that having that education would be crucial to African American empowerment. DuBois supports his argument by explaining how the African American community would have a huge advantage if there were to be a group of educated negros. The author’s purpose is to show the significance of education for the negro…...
African American CulturePoliticsRhetoricUnited States
Spiritual growth in African American culture
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During the 1920's and 1930's a new social, literary, and spiritual growth was spreading throughout the African American culture. It was a time of self-discovery and cultural revival. Black literature, art, and Jazz music became very abundant to even the white man as they became increasingly interested in the "New Negro" movement. This was much more than just an intellectual movement for the African American people, it included writings and poems that forever changed the African American lifestyle into a…...
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