AFRICAN AMERICAN I
AFRICAN AMERICAN I AfAm 40A
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Bridget R Cooks PhD Fall 2010 UC Irvine 40A Final Exam Study Guide Key Concepts The Great Migration Role of the Black Press Chicago Defender Lynching Sharecropping Red Summer 1919 Robert S Abbott The New Negro The Harlem Renaissance Marcus Garvey Back to Africa Movement Universal Negro Improvement Association UNIA Black Star Line Black nationalism PanAfricanism The Scottsboro Boys Legal lynching Haywood Patterson Samuel Leibowitz Ruby Bates Victoria Price Communist Party of the United States International Legal Defense International Labor Defense March on Washington Movement A Philip Randolph Double Vee Don t Buy Where You Can t Work Individual Racism Institutional Racism Mary McLeod Bethune Joe Lewis Jesse Owens Marian Anderson Joseph Hairston Civil Rights Movement Brown v Board of Education Emmett Till Mamie Till Mose Wright Martin Luther King Jr Civil Disobedience Montgomery Improvement Association Role of the Black church in the Civil Rights Movement Montgomery Bus Boycott White Citizens Council Women s Political Council JoAnn Robinson Autherine Lucy Elizabeth Eckford Central High School Daisy Bates Thurgood Marshall Melba Pattillo Beals Ernest Green Minnijean Brown Orval Faubus James Meredith Sitin Jailin Freedom Rides March on Washington National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP Congress of Racial Equality CORE Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee SNCC Southern Christian Leadership Conference SCLC Civil Rights Act of 1964 Voting Rights Act of 1965 Civil Rights Act of 1968 Kerner Commission Report Underclass White Flight Ordinary segregationists Housing discrimination Suburbs Bridget R Cooks PhD Fall 2010 UC Irvine Essays 1 N E 4 V39 0 gt1 9 gt0 What was the renaissance in the Harlem Renaissance How did World War I impact the formulation of the New Negro movement Clearly identify each part of your essay with the appropriate letter AD A What was The Great Migration B Discuss three challenges African Americans faced after they reached the North C Provide three arguments for why The Great Migration was a success D Discuss three factors that contributed to the exceptional violence in the summer of 1919 What was the Universal Negro Improvement Association UNIA According to course readings what are two significant criticisms and two praiseworthy contributions of the association Discuss the arguments for and against integration by these Black leaders in the first half of the twentieth century A Marcus Garvey B William Pickens C WEB DuBois and D Francis J Grimke In your discussion define the differences between each leader s assertions Clearly identify each part of your essay with the appropriate letters AD A According to Scottsboro An American Tragedy Dir Barak Goodman 2001 why did Samuel Leibowitz fail to appeal to the white southern jury B How did the jury perceive Victoria Price and her testimony C Why did the jury discount Ruby Bates testimony Clearly identify each part of your essay with the appropriate letters AC According to Stokely Carmichael and Charles V Hamilton what are the definitions of institutional racism and individual racism What are the differences between them Give an example of each from course texts discussed since the midterm you may choose from essays and films Do not give the examples from the definition by Carmichael and Hamilton According to Richard M Dalf1ume what impact did the March on Washington Movement have on the modern Civil Rights Movement A Discuss three significant events between 1942 and 1957 that led to the Civil Rights Movement B Why were these events significant C What were the social and political repercussions of these events Clearly identify each pa1t of your essay with the appropriate letters A C A What acts of individual and institutional racism did Joseph Hairston experience B How do Joseph Hairston s experiences in the North debunk the myth that
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