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.
This paper discusses the character, Bigger Thomas, portrayed in Native Son by Richard Wright, as the existential hero and his alienation from society and from himself.
This paper analyzes the social and philosophical themes in Wright’s Native Son, a controversial work on the black experience in a white world.
This paper describes Abraham Lincoln’s thoughts and presidential policies on slavery from 1836 to 1865, based on The Collected Work of Abraham Lincoln (8 Volumes).
Discusses the history and the impact of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in the United States.
Examines James Baldwin’s 1943 work, Notes of a Native Son, and Spike Lee’s 1989 film, “Do the Right Thing”, to highlight how race relations have changed over time.
The paprticipation of Blacks in the Union Army was a key element in the Union victory.