A review of Taylor Branch’s `Pillar of Fire` on Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement.
Discusses the 1954 Supreme Court decision against school desegregation. Examines background, parties involved, appeals, arguments, immediate & long-term impact.
Examines communications successes of 1950s-60s: legal appeals for justice, bus boycott, nonviolent demonstrations, sit-ins, freedom rides, marches, propaganda and use of symbols.
This paper is a summary and character analysis lloking at poor, black & female in pre-Civil Rights American South.
Summary and analysis of Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Looks at the sociological, political, and economic effects of racism.
An examination of the cultural issues unique to the African-American juvenile offender that may contribute to recidivism.
Examines Frederick Douglass’s autobiography and Amy Kolen’s essay, “Fire”, to examine two forms of slavery in American history.
Examines how African-Americans have served their country loyally during all of its wars.
Discusses the history of jazz as an off-shoot of African-American culture.