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Is the favoring of women and blacks in employment and educational opportunities justified? (pgs.2-3) (group 2) (Item)

…Is the favoring of women and blacks in employment and educational opportunities justified? (pgs.2-3) (group 2)…


Christmas postcard (Item)

In this postcard there is many ways to pick it apart. We look at it from a standpoint of “how does this look upon the black family?”. First we have to analyze the picture itself. There are what seem to be young African American children all around…

…In this postcard there is many ways to pick it apart. We look at it from a standpoint of “how does this look upon the black family?”. First we have to analyze the picture itself. There are what seem to be young African American children all around…


Aunt Venus Hunting (Item)

In the picture displayed here it is evident that an African American mother is caring for her son, as he seems to be in some apparent distress or lack of energy in this photo. This photo relates to our topic, The Black Family in several different…

…In the picture displayed here it is evident that an African American mother is caring for her son, as he seems to be in some apparent distress or lack of energy in this photo. This photo relates to our topic, The Black Family in several different…


Old Dutch Beer poster (Item)

Old Dutch… The Good Time Beer, Advertisement depicts a black couple enjoying a glass of the alcoholic drink. The use of the black couple can assumable be an advertisement tool to expand the brand into the black community. The use of the couple makes…

…Old Dutch… The Good Time Beer, Advertisement depicts a black couple enjoying a glass of the alcoholic drink. The use of the black couple can assumable be an advertisement tool to expand the brand into the black community. The use of the couple makes…


Family Dinner (Item)

This is an image displayed in an Ebony magazine of an average African American family sitting at the dinner table for family dinner. I view this as a typical family, Mom, Dad, and two children.The mom looks as if she is getting mad at her son because…

…on. This image shows that this could be an average black family within that time period. They look like a middle class family because they are decently dressed and look well off. This might show how dinner could kind of be crazy because of everything going…


"Lynching, Our National Crime," from What if I am a Woman?: Black Women's Speeches Narrated by Ruby Dee (group 1) (Item)

I would go on record to say that Ida Wells was one of the bravest women of her time. Because of this, we chose her as one of our artifacts. We decided to pick a few snip-its from the artifact to discuss, which will be explained below. Her speech…

…"Lynching, Our National Crime," from What if I am a Woman?: Black Women's Speeches Narrated by Ruby Dee (group 1)…

…movement that had begun was that of the Klu Klux Klan, probably one of the most renown hate groups in the United States. It is obvious that she is very brave, especially since she is discussing it directly and how they intimidated and murdered the black


Jane M. Bolin (Black Firsts) (group 1) (Item)

Jane Bolin was chosen as an artifact because she was the first African American woman to become a full time serving Judge in the United States Court system. She was a remarkable and young African American woman. She worked hard in a world that she…

…Jane M. Bolin (Black Firsts) (group 1)…


Harriet Wilson (group 1) (Item)

This artifact takes place in 1861 during the time of the Civil War. It was an article written about freed and slaved blacks who were captured and placed in a jail in Washington; they had made up charges and no trials. Harriet Wilson was one of the…

…This artifact takes place in 1861 during the time of the Civil War. It was an article written about freed and slaved blacks who were captured and placed in a jail in Washington; they had made up charges and no trials. Harriet Wilson was one…


Cosby Show (Item)

The hit series, The Cosby Show, was based on the lives of an African American middle-class family in the city of New York. Cliff and his wife Clair Huxtable had 4 kids, three daughters and one son. This represents the daily lives of a typical African…

…issues and various events that went on back then are still prevalent today. The representation of African American families in the show was indeed accurate. The series will continue to be a part of black TV history.…


"The Negro Woman," introduction (Group 1) (Item)

We chose this artifact with the topic being Political Activism throughout the 1950s. Mary McLeod Bethune is not only one of the many important faces of black female activists, but she is also a dedicated and passionate person when it comes to her…

…We chose this artifact with the topic being Political Activism throughout the 1950s. Mary McLeod Bethune is not only one of the many important faces of black female activists, but she is also a dedicated and passionate person when it comes to her…


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