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.
A review of the book, “Centering Woman”, by Hilary Beckles.
Examines how this anti-discriminatory Act is applied to the workplace.
This paper discusses that the Civil War Centennial observance, during the height of the civil rights struggle of the 1960s, further galvanized the conflict between the “black and white” racial groups, especially in the South.
This paper discusses the New Deal, a set of federal policies targeted at welfare relief and economic development during the administration President Franklin Roosevelt, and its effect on African-Americans.