research Malcom x and Martin Luther king and choose one person

2) Choose one person
3) Present what YOU think ( either Martin Luther King’s or Malcolm X’s ) legacy should be, based on how you would rewrite it, especially in light of how they would respond to some of Americas’ still outstanding challenges of today. For instance you may highlight past problems and solutions they are credited with, qualities of a leader or learning from adversaries, past mistakes or successes they overcame.

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discussion history

Consider the experiences of African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, and European immigrants during this period.
How does race and ethnicity influence freedom and opportunity in the U.S.?
Finally, how does race influence ideas about imperialism and the U.S. as a world power?
Give examples from readings, topic pages.
Book: Give me liberty: an American history sixth edition Eric Foner

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reflection 9

For this week’s Reflection paper, select THREE groups (African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, or European immigrants).
Explain how race and ethnicity influenced freedom and opportunity in the U.S. for these groups. during this period. (Be specific, give examples from readings, topic pages.)
Your paper should have :
an explanation/argument about each group (your thesis in your introduction) and
several paragraphs per group
Book: Give me liberty: an American history sixth edition Eric Foner

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discussion history

Consider the experiences of African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, and European immigrants during this period.
How does race and ethnicity influence freedom and opportunity in the U.S.?
Finally, how does race influence ideas about imperialism and the U.S. as a world power?
Give examples from readings, topic pages.

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reflection 9

For this week’s Reflection paper, select THREE groups (African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, or European immigrants).
Explain how race and ethnicity influenced freedom and opportunity in the U.S. for these groups. during this period. (Be specific, give examples from readings, topic pages.)
Your paper should have :
an explanation/argument about each group (your thesis in your introduction) and
several paragraphs per group

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AMH: How did Northern and Southern Nationalism lead to the Civil War?

Topic:
Consider what is Northern Nationalism? For example, what is northern nationalism from an economic perspective; what is it from a political perspective; ideological perspective; cultural perspective; etc.
Do the same for Southern Nationalism.
Once you have spent some time pondering what Northern and Southern Nationalism are then formulate an argument for the question above. use atleast 2 of the key terms listed above.
Key Terms:
Black Codes
Crop Lien
Davis, Jefferson
Fifteenth Amendment
Fourteenth Amendment
Freedman’s Bureau
Ku Klux Klan
Lincoln, Abraham
Morant Bay Rebellion
Paternalism
Sharecroppers
Stevens, Thaddeus
Thirteenth Amendment
Aguinaldo, Emilio
Anti-Imperialist League
Chinese Exclusion Act
Desert Lands Act
General Allotment Act
Homestead Act of 1862
Mahan, Alfred Thayer
McKinley Tariff
McKinley, William
Open Door Policy
Platt Amendment
Queen Liliuokalani
Roosevelt Corollary
Roosevelt, Theodore
Rough Riders
Social Darwinism

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history 7

Consider the experiences of African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, and European immigrants during this period.
How does race and ethnicity influence freedom and opportunity in the U.S.?
Finally, how does race influence ideas about imperialism and the U.S. as a world power?
Give examples from readings, topic pages.
he Seagull edition Vol. 2. Make sure it is the 6th.
Foner, Eric, Give Me Liberty!, Vol. 2, 6th ed., W.W. Norton:

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reflection

For this week’s Reflection paper, select THREE groups (African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, or European immigrants).
Explain how race and ethnicity influenced freedom and opportunity in the U.S. for these groups. during this period. (Be specific, give examples from readings, topic pages.)
Your paper should have :
an explanation/argument about each group (your thesis in your introduction) and
several paragraphs per group

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world together world apart chap seven

If you have the book world together world apart volume 1 3rd edition, read chapter 7 and answer these questions.
Each of your answers should be at least 7-8 sentences long. Make sure you are offering YOUR explanation/thoughts on the question when you respond to the first two prompts.
What do you think were the strengths of the Han Dynasty in terms of the political, cultural, and economic developments there? Explain your answer.
What do you think were the strengths of Imperial Rome in terms of the political, cultural, and economic developments there? Explain your answer.
What religions are important in these empires? How are those religions evolving and shaping the societies?

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For this week’s Reflection paper, select THREE groups (African Americans, the Chinese, Hispanics, Native Americans, or European immigrants).
Explain how race and ethnicity influenced freedom and opportunity in the U.S. for these groups. during this period. (Be specific, give examples from readings, topic pages.)
Your paper should have :
an explanation/argument about each group (your thesis in your introduction) and
several paragraphs per group

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social welfare and policy 360

Coppin State University COVID-19 policies

COVID-19 is a global pandemic that has impacted our former norm. Since March 2020, much like the rest of the world, Coppin State University was thrust into a new normal and at each stage, there were new policies to guide the campus community.
You have had a chance to read USM Chancellor, Dr. Jay A. Perman’s COVID vaccine mandate. Based on your understanding of the mandate, please analyze the policy using APA format. In order to provide a thorough analysis, you should compare similar policies at other universities outside of the USM. You should use at least one peer reviewed journal article.
This paper should be two pages minimum.

History Question

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You will be analyzing television ads from presidential campaigns from 3 years. Presidential ads are products of their time periods and are historical artifacts. Some may say a lot about the time, some may say less. They might address specific timely issues or be more general in terms of themes. Either way, are primary sources that give us an idea about priorities, concerns, and issues of that time.
Part 1:
View the ads:
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1952/the-man-from-abilene
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1952/never-had-it-so-good
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1952/endorsement-woman
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1952/platform-double-talk
1952 Campaign
List the candidates names and write the title of each ad and who it was “for”.

Based on these four ads, what issues do you think were most important to voters in 1952? How do you know?
How much information do you get about each of these issues? Is it a lot or a little?
What is each candidate’s position on these issues? Do you know? What do you learn from the ads?
If you were a voter, would these ads give you enough information to decide which candidate to vote for? Why or why not?
What historical sources could we consult to get more information about this election?
Do a little independent research (google is fine) about this campaign. Based on that,
-What issues do you think were most important to voters in the 1952 presidential election? How do you know? Are these the same issues that the ads raised?
-What is each candidate’s position on these issues? How did the candidate present his position in his ads? (You may want to screen the ads again.)
-Were there any important issues the ads did not address?
-How much historical information do you get from the campaign ads?
Part 2:
View the ads:

http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1988/new-era
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1988/credibility
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1988/tank-ride
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1988/counterpunch

1988 Campaign
List the candidates names and write the title of the ad and who it was “for”?
Based on these four ads, what issues would you say were most important to voters? Why?
How much information do you get about these issues? Is it a lot or a little?
Did the ads mention or depict the issues you read about while doing your research? If not, what did they leave out? What did the ads focus on instead?
Imagine that you were a voter in 1988. Do these ads give you enough information to choose which candidate to vote for? Why or why not? What other information would you like to have?
Did these ads give you more or less historical information than the 1952 ads?
Do a little independent research (google is fine) about this campaign. Based on that,
-What issues do you think were most important to voters in the 1952 presidential election? How do you know? Are these the same issues that the ads raised?
-What is each candidate’s position on these issues? How did the candidate present his position in his ads? (You may want to screen the ads again.)
-Were there any important issues the ads did not address?
-How much historical information do you get from the campaign ads?
Part 3
2020 Campaign
Pick two ads and watch.
List the candidates.
Write is the title of each ad you picked and who it is “for”?
For each ad, write if it gives discusses an issue? (If yes, what issue does it discuss)?
Do they give more or less information than 1988? Than 1952?
Do you get the candidates’ position from the ads?
Do they give voters enough info to make a decision?
How are they similar and/or different from the 1988 and 1952 campaigns?
*thelivingroomcandidate.org ( Here is a link to the assignment ) Historical Analysis Assignment.html

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Outside Screening Analysis #1

You should articulate your opinion of the film and also discuss how it fits in with the history and theory you are learning. It should be clear from your writing that you have watched the film and are putting it into dialog with the week’s material. This assignment asks you to apply the theoretical concepts and historical frameworks from class to a film of your choice. You need to use at least one theoretical chapter or essay and one historical chapter or essay in each of your analyses. Make sure you clearly identify which film you are writing about. You should have a works cited page clarifying which readings from class you are using in your analysis.
Outside Screening Options:
The Plow That Broke the Plains (Lorentz, 1936) (Links to an external site.)
The River (Lorentz, 1938) (Links to an external site.)
Olympia (Riefenstahl, 1938) (Links to an external site.)
Listen to Britain (et al) (Jennings, 1942) (Links to an external site.)
Let There Be Light (Huston, 1946) (Links to an external site.)
Louisiana Story (Flaherty, 1948) – Amazon Prime

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Analysis of CULTURAL CONTEXT

Choose ONE of the above images. Write an essay (1-2 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 pt. font) discussing its CULTURAL significance. Be sure to cover the following points in your analysis:
Identify the artist, title, period style and medium.
Discuss the subject matter of the artwork. Does it contain any iconography, symbolism, narrative story or message?
Discuss the cultural (religious, historical, political) context of the artwork.
Why is this artwork culturally significant? What does it tell us about the culture/religion/region that produced it?
Be sure to apply specific art historical terms (vocabulary) in your answer.
Use complete sentences and paragraphs including an introduction and conclusion.The essay must be 1-2 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 pt. font.

Discussion: Interest Groups, Lobbyists, Parties

Provide a detailed response to ONE OR MORE of the following questions:
1). As it concerns elections, are interest groups or political parties more influential in affecting the outcome?
2). On balance, do you believe that interest groups are good for our democracy? Or, are they harmful? Provide an example of an interest group whose work has had a positive, or negative, impact on the nation.
3). When you hear the term “lobbyist”, what comes to mind?

4). The founding fathers warned against the formation of ‘factions’. Would our Democracy be better and stronger without political parties? Or, should there be MORE parties actively involved in the political process, as is the case in many European Parliamentary systems (Links to an external site.)?
5). Do “Political Action Committees” have a corrupting influence on our democracy? Or, are they simply a necessary and important part of our democratic system of government and politics – one component of a pluralistic political system?

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article summary

The article must relate to a topic or subtopic of class material. It must come from one of the academic databases like JSTOR or Academic Search Complete.
Our library workshop will reveal all that is available to you through our CSM library. The article must be peer-reviewed and 10-15 pages in length.
STEP 2
Once you find the article of your choice, it must be approved by me by 9/24/2021. No exceptions. Submit here.
STEP 3
Read the approved article at least one or two times.
STEP 4
Formulate a written synopsis that summarizes the article. No bullet points accepted but please do write in complete sentences with capitalization and punctuation.
As you create the slides alongside your text, try to think of it in the following way:
Pretend we have a presentation day in class, and think about telling a story that captures the main points of the article. Transition from frame to frame with image and write the text that correlates.
As you develop the main points in each “Notes Section,” make sure your summarized paragraphs connect to the corresponding slide. The Powerpoint or Google Slide images don’t have to come from the article. Please search from online sources like Artstor (Links to an external site.). Be as creative as you wish and lead your reader from point to point.
3. Length:
Desirable length is no more than 10-12 slides. The number is not as important as the content that drives your ideas. That said, 5 slides are not enough. Here is an example of student work (please download to see notes section) sample_Final African Art project.pptx Download sample_Final African Art project.pptx
4. TO COMPLETE STEP 1
Topics:
Ritual Space and Cave Painting
Color and the Ancient Greeks
Black Athena and the Afroasiatic World
Transgender Lives in the Middle Ages (See Getty Exhibition “Outcasts: Prejudice and Persecution in the Medieval World.”
Women and Gender in Prehistory
Female Artists of the Ancient World
Technical Art History (the value of scientific investigation) would have to address a specific work
Venus of Willendorf
Ancient Graffiti (could be from a number of cultures)
Domestic Dwellings and the Role of Women
Looting and the Ancient Near East
Gendered Space (Public and Private)
Let’s Eat! The Roman Home and Food
Female artists in Ancient Rome
Funerary Portraits
Etruscan architecture
5. Style guide: Please follow the MLA style guide for quoting other academic sources and works of art. Please see CSM Library Citation Resources

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History Question

For the first time electors in most states were chosen by popular vote. The electorate had been expanded so there was universal suffrage among white males. Suppose you had lived during that time period of the 1828 election. Would you have voted for Andrew Jackson? Write a well constructed essay supporting either Andrew Jackson or the reelection of John Quincy Adams. Determine your position and plan your essay by listing the reasons for it. Be sure to back up your position with clearly stated reasons. Use at least one primary source.