Last week, we examined the lives of African Americans from their earliest days in the American Colonies through post-Civil War reconstruction. Unfortunately, the end of the Civil War did not end the oppression of African Americans. This week we investigate the legacy of oppression, between the late 1800’s through the 1980’s and the effects of this oppression on African-Americans living in this era. Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
1. Identify at least two inequities faced by African Americans prior to the start of the Civil Rights movement in the mid 20th Century. Why do you believe they faced these inequities?2. What do they tell us about that time in American history? How are they echoed in modern American society?3. How might our society address these inequities?
What is the message in this text, or what is the lesson it teaches us?
What does the work reveal about the operations (economically, politically, socially, or psychologically) of patriarchy?
Explain why was America an unfamiliar new world to native Americans after European arrival in the 1600?
What recommendations do you have for the city leaders concerning future financial decision?
. Describe the world you come from and how you, as a product of it, might add to the diversity of the university.
ethical implications of this proposal from the VP of Operations.
Write an essay on how do we stop violence in America ?
Write a research paper that should include the following name, where it’s played, the rules, its popularity, and if it’s of any cultural significance.
What events or aspects of the Vietnam War does the work reflect?
What issues on the quiz do you feel are the most important?