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African-American Art & Apartheid : A 5 page paper that considers the impacts of African American art and artists on the transition from Apartheid rule and suggest that the prevellence of compassionate correlations made in American art have underscored the imperative of black artists in South Africa. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Afra.wps

Cultural Expression In African American Art : A 4 page paper on the use of art to express the African American struggles (everyday and over the centuries), successes, and the search for identity and empowerment. Two artists highlighted are: Jason Miccolo Johnson and John Biggers, noting their past and contributing contributions to the culture of African American expression. The paper also relies on quotes from literary and other Black artists to express not only the daily struggle for survival and recognition for African Americans, but the struggle of Black artists in the art world itself. Art.doc

African-American Influences On Art & Music : A 5 page research paper on African-American contributions to American culture. The writer demonstrates how African-American culture ha influenced art and music in America since its earliest beginnings and emphasizes the contributions made by the artists of the Harlem Renaissance. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Afart.wps

Contributions Of African-Americans To Music & Art : A 5 page research paper which examines the multiple contributions of black Americans beginning in the colonial period and giving a brief overview to the present. The writer’s covers such topics as the Harlem Renaissance, African-American contributions to music (Joplin, Coltrane, etc.), and the works of contemporary novelist Toni Morrison. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Afamart.wps

The Birth Of Blues Music : A 10 page research paper which examines the origins of the blues and how this musical medium grew out of African-American culture as an expression of protest against the society which suppressed them. The writer covers such topics as the history of the blues, as well as spotlighting African-American artists whose works were instrumental in forming the blues as we know it today. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Bluebirt.wps

The Trope Of Jazz / Blues In Black Literature & Poetry : A 15 page research paper which explores the profound connection between blues and jazz and African-American literature and poetry. The writer relates how music was the only source of creativity allowed blacks during the slave era, and how this caused a rich musical heritage to be developed which has carried over into works of such writers as Langston Hughes and Toni Morrison. The "Coltrane poems," which were inspired by the work of the great jazz musician, John Coltrane, are also explored. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Litpoet.wps

Modernism In African-American Poetry : A 5 page analysis and research paper which examines three representative poems from leaders of the Harlem Renaissance to illustrate the principle of modernism in black poetry. These poems are: "Mulatto" by Langston Hughes; "Incident" by Countee Cullen; and "He was a man" by Sterling Brown. The writer first discusses what experts have said regarding the definition of modernism and then examines how these statements can be applied to each poem. Bibliography lists 6 sources. 3bpoets.wps

Langston Hughes’ "Mulatto" / The Distortion Of Modernism : An 8 page paper discussing this important play by Langston Hughes. It shows why the white community saw the play in a distorted way; they were looking through the lens of modernism for reflections of their own dilemmas. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Mulatto.wps

Langston Hughes’ "Salvation" / Disillusionment : A 5 page paper on a short essay by this well-known twentieth century writer. The paper shows how the conflict between Langston’s expectations of what would happen at the revival meeting and his aunt’s expectations for him caused his ultimate disillusionment. Bibliography lists 1 source. Langsalv.wps

August Wilson / Afro-American Playwright : A 9 page discussion of the contemporary black playwright August Wilson and several of his works including but not limited to : "The Piano Lesson" and "Two Trains Running." Augustwi.wps

August Wilson's "Fences" : A 4 page overview of August Wilson's play "Fences" with special consideration of the importance of Troy and the impact that this main character has on the development of themes like racial separation and struggle. This paper also looks at Troy's impact on his family and the way in which Wilson provides an insightful look into the culture and history of 1950’s black America. Fences.wps

August Wilson’s "Fences" # 2 : This 7 page paper examines how racial discrimination, African-American culture and family life were depicted during the 1950s in August Wilson's Pulitzer prize-winning play, "Fences." The paper provides an overview of the entire play, but focuses primarily upon Act I. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Fences2.wps

August Wilson’s "Fences" / Significance Of The Title : A 5 page paper on this 1987 Pulitzer prizewinning play. The paper comments on the relationship between the title and the fences the characters erect around themselves, symbolized by the fence Troy Maxson builds on his property. It concludes that African Americans have interiorized three hundred years of racism and allowed it to warp the way they think of themselves, and building emotional fences is a form of self-defense. No additional sources cited. Auwilson.wps

African-American Poetry/ Civil Rights Era : 7 pages covering the voice of struggle expressed in Black poetry of the civil rights era. Analytical focus is specifically upon the works of such greats as Langston Hughes, Nikki Giovani, and Gwendolyn Brook. Bibliography lists 7 sources, Report also includes samples of two relevant poems (no additional charge). Blackpoe.wps

Black Poetry & Literature -- A Reflection Through the Ages : A 5 page paper comparing today's black literature and poetry to poems of the days of slavery. The writer discusses contemporary authors and ways in which their works still reflect the themes and issues of the old poems & chants of slavery. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Blackpo2.wps

Langston Hughes, Biography : An 11 page biography based on the idea that Langston Hughes lived a life of "explosions," as postulated in Harlem. The biography looks at the multiethnic basis of his psyche, the various twists and turns Hughes lived, including his art expressed in poems, shorts stories, plays and fiction, and his world travels which also reflected his politics and related quandaries. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Langhug.wps

The Poetry of Langston Hughes : A 6 page paper on the poet Langston Hughes. The writer details his contributions to Afro-American literature and points out his common theme of speaking from a personal black perspective through examples from many key poems including "Harlem /What happens to a Dream Deferred," etc; Bibliography lists 11 sources. Hughes.wps

Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Brooks / Poetic Visions of Reality : A 7 page piece that seeks to prove that Gwendolyn Brooks' "We Real Cool, The Pool Players. Seven at the Golden Shovel," and Langston Hughes' "A Dream Deferred" are not mere observations about life on the streets, they are poems that speak of dashed dreams. They were not penned merely to express internal or external suffering observed, but for the love of community. They were written not merely to point out desolation in the community, but to point out the necessity for self-empowerment. The poems spoke of the present, how it relates to the past and its relationship to the future. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Langwen.wps

The Plays Of Langston Hughes : A 6 page paper focusing on "Don't you want to be free?" and "Mulatto", two plays by Hughes. His theme of the black experience is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hughes2.wps

Langston Hughes’ "Mulatto" / The Distortion Of Modernism : An 8 page paper discussing this important play by Langston Hughes. It shows why the white community saw the play in a distorted way; they were looking through the lens of modernism for reflections of their own dilemmas. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Mulatto.wps

Langston Hughes’ "Salvation" / Disillusionment : A 5 page paper on a short essay by this well-known twentieth century writer. The paper shows how the conflict between Langston’s expectations of what would happen at the revival meeting and his aunt’s expectations for him caused his ultimate disillusionment. Bibliography lists 1 source. Langsalv.wps

Langston Hughes’ "Theme for English B" / "Coloredness" : A 5 page explication of Langston Hughes’ poem. The paper looks particularly at the difference between the stark dictionary definition of the word "colored" and how it functions for Hughes as a badge of inferiority placed on him by white people. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Hughes3.wps

The Poetry Of Gwendolyn Brooks / Growing Up, Reaching Out : A 6 page paper on three poems by this well-known Black American. The poems explicated are "Hunchback Girl: She Thinks of Heaven;" "We Real Cool;" and "The Ballad of Chocolate Mabbie," and the paper looks at them in terms of their evocation of the experience of growing up. Bibliography lists four sources. Gbroo.wps

Gwendolyn Brooks / Poems : A 5 page analysis of 3 of Gwendolyn Brooks’ poems. The writer looks at "A Sunset of the City," "When you have forgotten Sunday: The Love Story," and "Corners on the Curving Sky" as being representative of Brooks’ style and also of how Brooks consistently expresses emotions which are universal to human experience. No additional sources cited. Gwenbrok.wps

Renaissance in Harlem / Creative Essay : A 5 page creative story about a young black girl coming to New York during the Harlem Renaissance with the hope of becoming a writer. The story reflects customs and practices common during that time period and mentions figures instrumental in the Harlem Renaissance of the mid-1920s. No additional sources cited. Harlemr2.wps

Harlem Renaissance Art and the Re-Awakening : A 5 page paper in which the writer argues that literature written by Black authors during the early 1920s opened up a discourse between Black artists, militants and intellectuals that helped forge a Black American identity that served the Civil Rights and Pan American movements. One artist who helped to continually reopen this discussion and propel the newly found forms of black expression into a militant arena was Claude McKay through his work "Home to Harlem." Bibliography lists 4 sources. Harlemr.wps

MacKay's "Home to Harlem" : A 5 page argumentative essay that posits that Mackay used his artistic genius to make a cry for freedom during the Harlem Renaissance, and that his story was written as a warning to his community that the beauty that was Harlem then, may not last. He asserted that it might be in error that Black Americans were expected to live in only a small neighborhood in New York. By accepting this enslavement, they were giving up their newly won freedom. The writer argues that although his contemporaries tried to hush his voice, art seeks to be heard even by only one ear, and as such, MacKay's story did not go unheard. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Clmackay.wps

White Influences In The Harlem Renaissance : A 7 page paper which assesses the amount and type of influence that white literary movements had on the distinctive literature that arose in Harlem in the 1920s. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Whitehar.wps

Spike Lee’s Work : A 5 page paper discussing Spike Lee’s filmmaking views and his advertising career. Of his films, even his critics report that Lee is honest and reports in his films only what is there is to see. Demanding and exacting, he has a clear idea of what he wants to see in his films, and he has gained the respected position of managing director. Still, many black people are uncomfortable with what they see on a Spike-Lee-sponsored screen, but Spike Lee continues to lead his own life, making films and designing advertising campaign in his "spare time." Bibliography lists 5 sources. Spike.doc

History Of Gospel Music / "Move On Up a Little Higher" : This 5 page paper discusses the history of gospel music in America, from its pre-Civil War beginning to its breakthrough in the mid-1900s to its current popular status. It pays special attention to the influence of gospel music and its performers, particularly Thomas Dorsey and Mahalia Jackson, on the changes in the African American condition. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gospelmu.wps

Lorraine Hansberry: A Life Cut Short : A 5 page look at this young black playwright’s life in terms of Anne Cheney’s 1984 biography. The paper isolates five pivotal events in Hansberry’s life that made her the remarkable woman she was. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hanslife.wps

*The above is only a small, representative sample...

Be sure to check out the LITERATURE / AFRICAN - AMERICAN LIT. SECTION AS WELL ! THERE’S ALOT MORE THERE !

African-American Speeches : 6 pages worth of very short reaction essays to famous speeches and writings of early African-American heroes like Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and Sojourner Truth. No outside references are cited. Aframeli.wps

George Washington Carver : An 8 page research paper that examines the life of one of America's greatest African-American scientists. He pioneered the field of industrial applications for agricultural products. He derived 118 products, which included a rubber substitute, from various plants typically grown in the South. Carver's list of accomplishments would be extraordinary for anyone. However, what makes this list all the more remarkable is the fact that when Carver was born, it was against the law for him to even learn how to read and write, much less acquire the knowledge to become a master chemist and a scientific pioneer. George Washington Carver was born a slave. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Gwcarver.wps

Booker T. Washington's Address : 8 pages in length. Discussion of Booker T. Washington's infamous address at the Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia (1895). Analyzes speech's effectiveness, organization, motives, and audience from a persuasive communication perspective. Includes relevant terminology and theories cited from 1 communications textbook listed in bibliography. Booker.wps

A Joint Interview with Booker T. Washington and Theodore Roosevelt : A 10 page "interview" with these two leaders in 1901, the year Booker T. Washington published his autobiography after 20 years of success at Tuskegee Institute, and the year during which President William McKinley was assassinated, leaving his Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt, to take office as President. The "interview" questions childhood experiences, factors contributing to their success, the importance of good character, party affiliation rationale, the role of blacks in America and the future outlook for them, and America’s future overall. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Btwr.wps

Booker T. Washington & Harriet Jacobs -- The Knowledge of Freedom : A 10 page paper discussing Booker T. Washington and Harriet Jacobs (aka Linda Brent) and their similarities, the time in which they were writing and presenting their thoughts, as well as their innate intelligence which was bot applauded and dismissed because it came from a "Negro." Bibliography lists four sources. Bookhar.wps

Charles Drew : A brief, 4 page biographical background paper on the famous 20th century African-American doctor, Charles Drew. The writer discusses his short career and the prejudices that he confronted..as well as Drew's important contributions to the field of medicine. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Charldre.wps

Different Approaches to Black Empowerment : A 6+ page essay comparing the approaches of W.E.B. DuBois, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Malcom X to the Civil Rights and Black Empowerment Movements. No bibliography. Blakelea.wps

Frederick Douglass and the Contextual Use of the Word "Slave" : 2 pages on the word slave and the historic context in which it was used in Frederick Douglass' narrative. Dougslav.wps

Frederick Douglass / Narrator for Compassion, Strength of Will : 4 pages in length. This paper seeks to represent the personal traits that brought Frederick Douglass to seek and eventually find freedom. These characteristics are postulated from the history provided in the Narrative as compassion, education, observation, faith in truth, and perserverance. One source cited. Freddoug.wps

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass : A 5 page examination of the writings of Frederick Douglass with emphasis on his first work Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. No additional sources are listed. Fredd.wps

Autobiography of Frederick Douglass : This 5 page paper takes an analytical look at the autobiography. Several observations are made including how Douglass was unique and also how he remained optimistic. No additional sources cited. Autodoug.wps

Frederick Douglass' Famous Narrative vs Harriet Jacobs' "Incidents In The Life Of A Slave Girl" : 7 pages in length. Frederick Douglass' Narrative of the Life of an American Slave and Harriet Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl may have been spawned from two separate perspectives, but they both possess many of the same elements of truth. Douglass seeks to educate and, thus, advance society regarding the slave's plight through silent narration, while Jacobs' aim is to evoke the same in a decidedly more adamant fashion. Both narratives encompass the slaves' yearning to break free from prejudicial confines, yet they are also significantly individual in their approach. The writer compares the two slave narratives. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Dougjacb.wps

Frederick Douglass / A Great American : A 6 page research paper that gives an overall look at the life and achievements of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave around 1818, Douglass escaped to freedom at the age of 20 and spent the rest of his life as an abolitionist, a writer and as an internationally-acclaimed orator. The most prominent African-American of his age, his accomplishments contribute significantly to the national heritage. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Fdoug.wps

Frederick Douglass & His Crusade Against Slavery : A 5 page examination of the life and work of Frederick Douglass. Includes information regarding his most noted literary works, his activities as a speaker in the abolitionsist movement as well as information on other activities of his life which were dircted against slavery. Bibliography lists five sources. Fredcru.wps

Frederick Douglass / Unfeeling Animal or Suppressed Human Being? A 5 page discussion of Douglass' narrative and how they can be used to disprove Alexis Tocqueville's contention that the black slave is oblivious to his state as a slave. Bibliography includes two sources. Fred.wps

Frederick Douglass / Brawn or Brain : A 5 page examination of the fight between Frederick Douglass and Mr. Covey as related in the "The Narrative of Frederick Douglass". Concludes that in reality the fight had no real bearing on Douglass’ real crusade against slavery or his determination to attain freedom. Points out that Douglass’ real impetus for freedom came from his quest for knowledge and that it was not Douglass’ brawn that allowed him to succeed in escaping the bonds of slavery but his brains. Emphasizes that Douglass was a man of refinement rather than one who would resort to violence as the primary means of accomplishing a goal. Bibliography lists 3 sources including the Narrative. Dougbb.wps

Frederick Douglass / An Interpretation Of His Famed Fight With Mr. Covey :
A 5 page examination of the fight between Frederick Douglass and Mr. Covey as related in the "The Narrative of Frederick Douglass". Concludes that Douglass’ account of the fight holds no real symbolic meaning but that this account was really just one man’s reccollection of an event. No additional sources are listed. Dougcove.wps

Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass / The Fight With Mr. Covey :
A 5 page examination of the fight between Frederick Douglass and Mr. Covey as related in the "The Narrative of Frederick Douglass". No additional sources are listed. Fredoug.wps

Douglass v. The Confederacy : A 5 page research paper which examines how the antebellum South was viewed through the eyes of white Southerners and then through the eyes of ex-slave Frederick Douglass. Using the work of Drew Faust in his book on the development of Confederate nationalism, the writer shows how white Southerners considered themselves to be deeply religious people. This is contrasted with the spirituality of Douglass and his experiences as a slave. Dougconf.wps

Frederick Douglass & Maria W. Stewart / Perspectives : A 6 page paper which compares and contrasts the social perspectives of author and orator Frederick Douglass, a southern male slave with author and lecturer Maria W. Stewart, a free northern black woman to determine the perceptions of each in the black community and white society and how their individual experiences influenced their understanding of and proposed solutions for the antebellum black community. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Dougstew.wps

The Dehumanization of Frankenstein Compared To that of Frederick Douglass :
A 6 page comparison of the dehumanization to which Frederick Douglass was exposed as a slave to that to which Frankenstein, the "monster" of Mary Shelly’s creation, was exposed to. No additional sources cited. Frankensfr.wps

Thoreau’s "Civil Disobedience" vs. Douglass’ "Narrative Of The Life Of ...":
A 5 page discussion of the two men, their backgrounds, their views of slavery and their approaches to obliterating it. Bibliography lists 3 primary sources including the books. Thordoug.wps

Ben Franklin vs. Frederick Douglass : A broadly-defined 5 page essay comparing Benjamin Franklin to Frederick Dogulass. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Frankdou.wps

Thomas Jefferson vs. Frederick Douglass : Approximately 6 pages worth of notes useful for a general comparison of Thomas Jefferson and Frederick Douglass. No Bibliographic references. Fredjeff.wps

Frederick Douglass & Yezierska / Into Freedom : A 6 page paper on the similar lives and philosophies of Anzia Yezierska, a Russian-Jewish writer who grew up on the East Side of New York City, and Frederick Douglass, the famed orator who was born a slave. Special emphasis is placed on their views on education and wealth in our society. Bibliography lists 1 source. Dougy.wps

Dr. Martin Luther King : 2 pages in length. In this short essay, the writer discusses Martin Luther King as a man of impressive moral presence. Presented are some of MLK's most significant contributions to humanity and the Civil Rights cause. Bibliography lists 4 sources. King4jen.wps

Media And The Message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. : A 5 page paper on media's role in creating an ongoing image of leadership in the civil rights movement via Martin Luther King, Jr. The paper discusses the roles of timing, sensationalism, media restraint, and how the genre of eulogy was used to retain a desired media image--that benefitted all citizens in the fight for freedom. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Civrig.wps

Martin Luther King Jr. / News Magazine Views of a Black Leader : An 8 page paper that provides a comprehensive overview of the period surrounding the "Freedom March" of August 1963 and the portrayal of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the news media. This paper evaluates actual primary sources from 1963, including Time, Newsweek and US News and World Report as they presented conflicting views of MLK as a leader. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Kingmen.wps

Martin Luther King, Jr. : In 5 pages the writer discusses Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream. That dream was for equality for all people of all races, colors, and creeds. Martin Luther King's views concerning other colors, ethnic groups and other races impacted his work. He was a leader among men and a civil rights activist, but he was more than that. He was a legend and because of that, he is one of the few people that have a national holiday. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are his peers. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Mlkingjr.wps

Martin Luther King, Jr. & A. Philip Randolph / Comparison : a 5 page analysis and research paper that looks at the lives of these two influential Civil Rights Leaders. The name of Martin Luther King, Jr. is immediately recognizable as one of the principal architects of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Through his speeches and his writing, King was able to articulate the feelings of his generation of African-Americans and to motivate them toward political activism. The name of A. Philip Randolph is far less familiar outside of the African-American community; however, like King, Randolph was one of the principal motivator of his generation and a pioneer in gaining civil rights for African-Americans. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Kingrand.wps

Martin Luther King, Jr. : In 5 pages the author discusses Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream. That dream was for equality for all people of all races, colors, and creeds. Martin Luther King's views concerning other colors, ethnic groups and other races impacted his work. He was a leader among men and a civil rights activist, but he was more than that. He was a legend and because of that, he is one of the few people that have a national holiday. George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are his peers. Bibliography lists 4 sources. MLKJ1.wps

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s "I Have A Dream" in the 21st Century: This 5 page report discusses Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic "I Have A Dream" speech and examines it in the perspective of and for the 21st century. As the world becomes much more of a "global village" with the ability to learn about and from all occupants of the Earth, the "I Have A Dream" speech must be redirected toward modern Americans, of course, but also to the entire world. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Dreamup.wps

"I Have a Dream" / Analysis of M.L.K.'s Infamous Speech : A 4 page analysis of Dr. Martin Luther King's infamous "I Have a Dream Speech" from a communications perspective. The write examines King's structure, organization, use of the Toulmin Format, and the persuasive content of his argument(s). No Bibliography. King142.wps

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Martin Luther King Jr. / The Impact of the Electronic Media : An 8 page overview of the importance of the electronic media in the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Asserts that Dr. King utilized both the media and timing to his advantage. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Elecmed.wps

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King : This 5 page paper compares Martin Luther King with Malcolm X and argues that they were more similar than different. The issue of race relations is explored in a general sense with a concentration on sixties America. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Malcxmlk.wps

Martin Luther King & Malcolm X : A 3 page comparison between the life and works of M.L.K. and Malcolm X in which the writer finds that King was a more historically humble and well-tempered individual but the Malcolm X's "pull no punches" message intrinsically appealed to a slightly more select audience. No Bibliography-- Paper is based on documentary film(s). Kingxfil.wps

Malcolm X : This 5 page paper provides a brief overview of the life of Malcolm X. The focal points are his activism with the Nation of Islam, his disillusionment with the organization, his pilgrimage to Mecca and the changes he experienced as a result and his assassination. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Malx.wps

Malcolm X / Pilgrimage To Mecca : A 5 page paper discussing the events that first drove Malcolm X to consider Islam and make a pilgrimage to Mecca and the impact the journey had on him. Malcolm X changed his attitudes dramatically following his pilgrimage and began preaching the Oneness of God. Essay includes some of Malcolm X's remarks about his pilgrimage. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Mecca.wps

Malcolm X / Biographical Book vs. Biographical Movie : A 10 page paper comparing The Autobiography of Malcolm X, as told to Alex Haley with the Spike Lee movie "Malcolm X," released in 1992 and based on Haley’s account of Malcolm X’s life and political activities. Malcolm X underwent a great change in his thinking during the last year of his life, the year in which Haley’s book was published (1965), but most of his political activity was public—and highly militant—long before he discovered the broader implications of the Islam to which he was so committed. As described in this paper, the movie is true to the book overall, but relies more on the negatives of racism than it does on tracing Malcolm X’s evolution. Bibliography lists 7 sources. X.wps

Malcolm X / Comparing Sources : 8 pages in length. Does The Autobiography of Malcolm X, as written by Malcolm X himself, truly reflect the truths about the civil rights leader when compared against Malcolm X: Make It Plain, a biography written by William Strickland? Historically, the two publications are quite complementary in their timeline of events, emotions and significance. The writer compares and contrasts many of the similarities between the two books. Malcolm2.wps

The Autobiography of Malcolm X: / History of Black Power : A 5 page paper that demonstrates the elements of history and sociology that are demonstrated within the text of Malcolm X's autobiography and provides an overview of the issues within his life that reflected these elements within the black power movement. No additional sources cited. MalcolmX.doc

The Autobiography Of Malcolm X : This 4 page paper presents a review of this book as it relates to racism and racial belief systems of the day. The author centers on major transitional points in the life of Malcolm X to show how he encountered societal and cultural racism from whites as well as within the Nation of Islam. Xbiogr.wps

Malcolm X / Biography : A 7 page look at Malcolm X’s life; comparing his early and late views. The writer also highlights the Nation of Islam leader’s key accomplishments and influences. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Malcolm.rtf

Biography of Malcolm X : A short, 6 page biography of Malcolm X detailing important events in his life. Throughout much of the report, the writer's focuses upon X's activities as the Nation of Islam's leader. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Malcolmx.wps

W.E.B. DuBois : A brief, 4 page biography of DuBois' life and works. Writer views him as a role model. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Dubois.wps

W.E.B. DuBois & The Concept of Race : A 9 page, critical analysis of W.E.B. DuBois' concept of race. The writer posits that we certainly should not cease to reflect our culture at the moment we are declared American; for Americans maintain any exclusive culture without the foundation of external roots. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Duboirac.wps

W.E.B. Du Bois’s "The Souls of Black Folks" / An Analysis : A 5 page analysis of W.E.B. Du Bois's The Souls of Black Folks. The writer discusses the controversial nature of the 1913 publication, the meaning of Du Bois's message, and the audience which he addressed. Bibliography lists two sources. Souls.wps

W.E.B. DuBois’ "The Souls of Black Folk" / Double Consciousness : A 5 page paper discussing W.E.B. Du Bois’ feeling that the black American feels irrevocably conflicted in his assessment of himself as a black on the one hand and an American on the other. The paper points out this idea’s roots in the conflict between Booker T. Washington’s bland assimilationism and Du Bois’ deeper, more realistic insight. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Blackfol.wps

W.E.B. Du Bois vs. Booker T. Washington : A 5 page research paper and analysis of the philosophies of early African-American leaders Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois. The writer demonstrates how their views were diametrically opposed in many ways although they both wished to accomplish the same purpose. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Duboisw.wps

W.E.B. Du Bois vs. Booker T. Washington : A 5 page research paper and analysis of the philosophies of early African-American leaders Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois. The writer demonstrates how their views were diametrically opposed in many ways although they both wished to accomplish the same purpose. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Washdub.wps

King & Dubois / A Comparison : An 8 page research paper which examines the similarities between two great Civil Rights leaders: Martin Luther King, Jr. and W.E.B. Dubois. The writer shows that although the basic philosophy of King and turn-of-century writer and activist, Dubois, differ considerably at first glance, the writer shows that there was a fundamental similarity at the heart of the two men’s philosophies. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kingdubs.wps

Alex Haley’s "Roots" : A 5 page book report which provides an overview of the Alex Haley’s 1976 work of "autobiographical fiction," Roots. No additional sources cited. Roots2.wps

Alex Haley’s "Roots" / Book, Miniseries & The Subject of Child Developmental Psychology : A 5 page paper which compares Alex Haley’s book, Roots (Chapters 1-42), with the 1977 miniseries to determine the major differences in terms of how each addressed child development, the difference in the socialization process between Kunta Kinte’s tribe and that of Anglo-American children in the U.S., the classification of Kunta Kinte’s society from an American cultural orientation, and the development of a child in Kinte’s culture with the same aged Anglo child, from a specie perspective. Bibliography lists 1 source. Roots.wps

General Benjamin O. Davis, SR. : 10 pages in length. General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., was perhaps the most influential African-American in the history of the United States military. His efforts to desegregate troops opened doors for all black men who subsequently enlisted in the Army. The writer traces General Davis' illustrious career, as well as touches upon his contributions to the black military community. GenDavis.wps

Lani Guinier : In 5 pages, the author discusses the African-American leader Lani Guinier. A general examination of her contributions and beliefs is provided. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Laniguin.wps

Ida B. Wells : This 5 page report discusses the life, mission and accomplishments of Ida B. Wells (1862-1931). Wells was a tireless crusader against lynchings and the subjugation of African Americans in general. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Idawells.wps

Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. / 1960-1967 : A 12 page overview of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. during his years as Chairman of the House Committee on Education and Labor. The writer provides an historical view of his career in these years with emphasis on the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in terms of his leadership style, allies, and enemies. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Acpowell.wps

Religion, Maria Stewart, and the Pure Principles of Morality : A 6 page paper on Maria Stewart's speeches and their influence and theme. Her notion of morality and the coherency of her presentation is discussed. No bibliography. Stewart.wps

Culture Conflict / The Ennis Cosby Murder : The Ennis Cosby murder case is discussed in this 9 page analysis where culture conflict is a predominant factor. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Ennis.wps

The Life & Death Of Ennis Cosby : The murder of Ennis Cosby as it relates to his father, Bill, is discussed in this 5 page essay. A Time magazine article, the only source used, is highlighted. One subject addressed are the similarities between the Cosby family and the Huxtables,the sit-com family Bill made famous. Ennis' life and death is discussed in detail, including his dedication to the cause of dyslexia. Cosby.wps

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