The Black Family
The Black Family AAS 133
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7282010 15000 AM AAS 133 Study What events do the following dates tell you about in the history of the Black family in America 0 O O O O O O O O 1619 the first 20 indentured servants come to the United States then turn into slaves Not only blacks but Europeans also 1670 Africans were declared slaves the law was enacted for peopleblacks to be enslaves 1863 emancipation proclamation by Lincoln 1867 14th amendment 1896 Plessy v Ferguson declared separate but equal was okay 1954 brown v board of education ended legal segregation 1964 civil rights act illegal to discriminate 1968 MLK assassinated fair housing act 1877 Tilden Hayes comprimise reconstruction 1865 Civil War ends reconstruction begins Define and clearly explain the meaning and significance of each term concept or expression listed below Kinship Consanguinity v conjugality White flight The middle passage The Africanblack church was the people Affinity and fictive kinship Kwanza Who is David Walker according to the Video slavery and the making of America we watched in class State three important points in connection with the works of this David walker was an abolitionist that wrote many works that said that blacks need to rise up against their oppressor Define slavery in the American context that is in the conditions of how it was practiced here in the US Whats the explanation given by Hortense Spillers in her article Mama s Baby Papa s Maybe An American grammar bookquot about Moynihan s Tangle of Pathology description of the Black family structure Name the movement that was deemed to be the grassroots movement of the Civil Rights Movement of 1955 o Montgomery Bus Boycott Who do you attribute the quote below from the video Freedom Faith of This Far By Faith series to Give a brief background of this author c We who believe in freedom cannot rest We who believe in Freedom cannot Rest We who believe in freedom cannot rest Until it comes 0 Pathria Hall Name the four schools of thoughs with two names of adepts or scholars of each school that were involved in the studies of black African American families Complete the following sentence The black family parentchild relationship is in reality centered on the creation and maintenance of three sense of history Tell us about Sojourner TruthIsabella Who is a Denmark Vessey Compare and contrast the African extended family system and the Euro American system of nuclear family What are the commonalities and differences between the two Name and explain two of the seven Principles and Practices of WellBeing and Flourishing of the Kawaida philosophy that were developed by Africa Americans in the US Define family according to Adepoju What do you understand by generative fathering within the black community o Males who do not have biologically relationships with kids but take care of them Explain three of the roles that African American females play within the Black community Briefly discuss 4 of the factors that impact the ways and how Black parents educated their kids in the US Write a very brief essay on the parenting styles of Black families Make sure to discuss factors and issues that impact the ways and how these parents educated their children Discuss the parentchild relationship of Black parents Discuss the roles played by AA mothers within these families and those of generative fathers State and explain the steps of the assimilation cycle of Robert Park What do you understand by the statement The black church is the people and what role did the spirituals play in the life of the enslaved African in the united states