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Thank you to Target for supporting PBS. You can learn more at 🤍 Share your story today: 🤍 - PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to: 🤍 - Language is constantly changing and ethnonyms are no exception. From "Negro" to "Colored" and "African American" to "Black," the people and cultures of African origin living in the United States have had many names. Today Danielle looks at the etymology and reclamation surrounding Black history and identity. Special thanks to our Historian Harry Brisson and Archivists Rachel Brice, Mathilda Murray, and Jafra D. Thomas on Patreon! Join them at 🤍 Created and Hosted by Danielle Bainbridge Produced by Complexly for PBS Digital Studios If you liked this episode, you'd love Say It Loud, a series hosted by Evelyn from the Internets and Hallease that celebrates Black culture, context, and history. Check out their episode "Are you 'Black' or 'African American?'": 🤍 - Follow us on... Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 - Origin of Everything is a show about the undertold histories and cultural dialogues that make up our collective story. From the food we eat, to the trivia and fun facts we can’t seem to get out of our heads, to the social issues we can’t stop debating, everything around us has a history. Origin of Everything is here to explore it all. We like to think that no topic is too small or too challenging to get started. Works Cited: The New York Times Company. 2020. Uppercasing ‘Black’ | The New York Times Company. Quander, M. and Froneberger, L., 2020. Black Vs. African-American: The Complex Conversation Black Americans Are Having About Identity #Fortheculture. Bionews.org.uk. 2020. Africa Is Most Genetically Diverse Continent, DNA Study Shows - Bionews. Field Museum. 2020. Cultures Of Africa: Research. Sahistory.org.za. 2020. Africa: What’S In A Name? | South African History Online. Encyclopedia.com. 2020. Divide And Rule: The Legacy Of Roman Imperialism | Encyclopedia.Com. Johnson, E., 2020. KEYWORDS FOR AMERICAN CULTURAL STUDIES. 2nd ed. [S.l.]: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS, p.30. Keywords.nyupress.org. 2020. Black | Keywords For American Cultural Studies, Second Edition. Z., C., 2020. “Black: A Word Of Difficult History” | "Black" Tracking, Looking Forward. Www2.ccsu.edu. 2020. Toward A Philosophy Of Race: W.E.B Du Bois And Critical Race - Vol 1, Number 2, Special Edition Winter/Spring 2020 - African American Studies Journal - CCSU Newsletter. "Books Noted". Negro Digest: 52. June 1964. New Leadership into the 21St Century By Yahya ibn Shabazz SNCC Digital Gateway. 2020. Stokely Carmichael - SNCC Digital Gateway. Encyclopedia Britannica. 2020. Black Panther Party | History, Ideology, & Facts. Ben L. Martin. Political Science Quarterly. Vol. 106, No. 1 (Spring, 1991), pp. 83-107 Nytimes.com. 2020. A Debate Over Identity And Race Asks, Are African-Americans ‘Black’ Or ‘Black’?. McWhorter, J., 2020. Is 'Colored People' A Slur?.
This video presents History of African Americans. History of African Americans began when 20 Africans were dropped in the English colony of Virginia in 1619. They worked as indentured servants who were bound to an employer for a limited number of years. The blacks were documented into slavery in Virginia in 1661 and in all the English colonies by 1750. During that time, they were considered an inferior race with heathen culture. They were forced to work in the farmlands of the New World. They were sold as merchandise by European traders on slave ships across the Atlantic Ocean to the West Indies. At least one-sixth of them died during the journey due to shock, disease and suicide. During the period of the 17th and 18th centuries, Africans and African Americans were forced to work as slaves on tobacco, rice, and indigo plantations of the southern coast. Legislation was passed by President Thomas Jefferson in 1807 to end the slave trade in America. However, it did nothing but boosted the domestic slave trade in the country. Meanwhile, there were still free black people making up one tenth of the entire African American population. But while in the South, they were subject to restrictions imposed on slaves, in the North, they were not allowed to vote, own any property and travel freely. Abolitionists in Britain and the United States in the 1840-1860 period developed large, complex propaganda campaigns against slavery. Among the free blacks in the North were emerging African American leaders in many states such as Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City. They initially held national and state conventions in early 1830. However, these people share different opinions on how to deal with slavery and discrimination. Thus, African Americans founded Liberia in West Africa, which foreshadowed the development of Pan-African nationalism. According to the Missouri Compromise of 1820, there must be an equal number of slave and free states. But this was abrogated, leading to slavery in all American territory. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected president of America on the antislavery platform of the new Republican party. At the beginning of 1861, a movement, known as the Civil War, was launched in an attempt to liberate all the country's slaves. In September 1862 he issued the Emancipation Proclamation, stating that all slaves were to be free. After the Civil War, nearly four million slaves were freed, gained their citizenship and the right to vote by the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments respectively. However, all of these new provisions were ignored, especially in the South. During reconstruction, with leadership from educated African Americans from the North and abroad, they gradually wield political power in the South. However, it didn’t last long due to economic pressure and violent antiblack activities such as ones from Ku Klux Klan. The white supremacy once again dominated, leading to racial separation all over the Southern states. In the post-Reconstruction years, both African Americans in the South and the North struggled to find a job, so many of them decided to migrate westward. In 1900, nearly 8 million African Americans still lived in the South, however, due to economic depression, more African Americans moved Northwards and were then embroiled in WWI. During the war thousands of black officers were commissioned and many served abroad in labour battalions and service regiments. Due to the Great Depression of the 1930s, a large number of African Americans lost their jobs amidst inherent discrimination. African Americans were aided with low cost public housing, education and more jobs. The Civil Rights Movement was the persistent and deliberate step of African Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. The culmination of the Civil Rights Movement was in 1963 when King addressed the crowd of about 250,000 demonstrators gathered on the Mall from Lincoln Memorial. The march aided in securing the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which banned discrimination in voting, public accommodations, and employment. The dramatic political breakthrough came in the 2008 election, with the election of Barack Obama, the son of a black Kenyan father and a white American mother. The post-civil rights era is notable for the New Great Migration, in which millions of African Americans have returned to the South, often to pursue increased economic opportunities in now-desegregated southern cities. What do you think about the History of African-Americans? Tell us in the comment section below. ► Thanks for watching! ► Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for more videos every day: 🤍 #PasttoFuture
In the United States, African-Americans are more likely to live in poverty than any other ethnic group. But despite the country’s institutional racism, a Black elite has found success, thanks to a combination of entrepreneurial thinking and intensive networking within the Black community. America is home to the biggest group of wealthy, highly successful Black people in the world. One in 50 African-American families are millionaires. Property developer Don Peebles is one of the richest and most powerful businessmen in America. Nicknamed the "Black Trump”, he comes from a working-class background. His estimated net worth is 700 million dollars. In Atlanta Georgia, the famous and successful real estate agent Tahlia Diaz Brown invites other successful Black businesspeople to a huge party at the city’s most fashionable club. It’s an opportunity for ambitious entrepreneurs to network, strike deals and celebrate their success. In Texas, Psyche Terry and her husband have created a cosmetics empire. They’re invited to every charity event in Dallas. The Buy Black Movement fosters community business and even has its own Black Amazon. #documentary #dwdocumentary DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch top documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to: ⮞ DW Documentary (English): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documental (Spanish): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو (Arabic): 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku (German): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी (Hindi): 🤍 For more visit: 🤍 Follow DW Documentary on Instagram: 🤍 Follow DW Documental on Facebook: 🤍 We kindly ask viewers to read and stick to the DW netiquette policy on our channel: 🤍
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According to surveys, one in four African Americans owns a gun, a number that has risen sharply in recent years. African Americans are disproportionately more often the victims of shootings, including those by police. Many are turning to gun clubs as they learn how to handle their weapons. "No-one is coming to save us," says Anubis Heru. “We have to save ourselves." Heru co-founded 1770 Armory, the first black gun club in the US state of Colorado. His goal is to teach members of the Black community how to properly use firearms. At shooting ranges, he demonstrates what's important when picking up a pistol or assault rifle. And attendance at his courses is booming. More than one in three white US citizens owns a gun, according to surveys. Some fear that if gun-ownership in the Black community rises, social tensions could escalate faster than they already have done, leading to a possible rise in shootings. Anubis Heru doesn't accept that. He says that given the situation, Black people need weapons to defend themselves. #dwdocumentary #documentary #reporter #usa #african #guns DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch top documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to: ⮞ DW Documentary (English): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documental (Spanish): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو (Arabic): 🤍 ⮞ DW Doku (German): 🤍 ⮞ DW Documentary हिन्दी (Hindi): 🤍 For more visit: 🤍 Follow DW Documentary on Instagram: 🤍 Follow DW Documental on Facebook: 🤍 We kindly ask viewers to read and stick to the DW netiquette policy on our channel: 🤍
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In recent years, a fresh wave of African Americans and African Diaspora have fled the United States and other Western nations because of persistent racism and bigotry. Communities are forming in Ghana, Gambia, and Senegal, defying the traditional idea that Africa is a place that everyone wants to escape. Among the many visitors arriving in Africa, Ghana is the most popular place where these African Americans settle. But why is Ghana attracting so much attention and not the rest of Africa? Today's video will look at the circumstances that drew many African Americans to Ghana, as well as how the country rose to prominence as a paradise for the African diaspora. Before we continue, kindly take a moment to like this video, and also don't forget to subscribe. So, without further ado, let's get started. During the transatlantic slave trade, Ghana was historically a slave trading center. The Portuguese established the first permanent slave trading post of Amina on the Gold Coast, now Ghana, and the four-dimensional English, which handled 30,000 slaves each year by the eighteenth century. Between 16 50 and 1900, 10.2 million enslaved Africans arrived in the Americas from the eight slave-trading regions of Africa, according to documented history. Around 80% of Africans enslaved and transported in the transatlantic slave trade passed through Ghana's castles and forts. This comes as no surprise since there are currently an estimated 40 slave castles or large commercial forts built on the Gold Coast of West Africa, now Ghana by European traders, which is the largest number found in any country in Africa. In 19 57, Ghana became the first sub-Saharan African country to declare independence from the Europeans. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, one of the country's founding fathers, was a powerful pan-Africanist who cleared the road for his country's independence from British authority. He was Ghana's first Prime Minister and President, having guided the country to independence from the United Kingdom in 19 57. Videos you will love on our channel; Africa In 2030: 🤍 HIGHEST GDP PER CAPITA COUNTRIES IN AFRICA: 🤍 The 30 Richest People In Ghana: 🤍 The Salary Of Every African President: 🤍 Richest Families In Ghana: 🤍 Richest Kings In Africa: 🤍 The 5 Countries generating 50% of Africa's Wealth: 🤍 The 30 Richest Black People In The World: 🤍 The Richest Man In Every African Country: 🤍 The Richest Families In Egypt: 🤍 FOOTAGE licensed through Storyblocks
In this videos, we discuss the similarities and differences between Africans and African American. We can be often seen the same kind of people one from the outside but there are traits that distinct us from one another especially in culture and how we were raised. Despite differences (in thoughts and opinions) between Africans and African-Americans, there are similarities as well. Watch the video to find out! Enjoy ☺️ Connect with us 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Connect with me✨ 🤍rynakingg | Linktree Website 🤍
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This video is about how African-Americans traveled all the way from America, to Ghana West Africa to experience their roots and culture. We greet the new arrivals at Kotoka International Airport, and subsequently take them to their hotel in Accra, Ghana. The entire community knew of their arrival as we walked through the streets of Ghana with spiritual drummers at our back. This video will inspire you to experience your African Continent! If you would like to join us on our next My Natural Roots Tour in April 2023 and May 2023 email me at mynaturalroots.org ! NEW products shipped from GHANA on the website 🤍 ! Shop while supplies last!! Remember to Like, Comment, and Subscribe!!!!
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Africans don't like Black Americans or African Americans sometimes Some Africans feel like they are better than Black Americans 1. Black guy from Panama explains that some africans not all, but some Africans feel like they are better than African Americans, and Afro-Carribeans but we are in fact all the same 2. African responds to the guy from Panama by confirming what he said to be true as well as expounding on the African Culture mindset and how we all are of the African Diaspora 3. African Woman who has been living in the U.S. for 2 years explains how she thought black people were thugs and lazy but she then realized that African Americans are in fact good people 4. African woman from Uganda explaining the differences between the culture of an African and the Culture of an African American or the the culture of a Black American #Africanamerican #Africa #blackculture #africanculture
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Why Africans Hate African Americans is our topic. Family Shh coming at you again with Real Topics No Gossip. While on our journey here in The Gambia, we wanted to give our insight on why Africans hate African Americans. We are keeping it 1000 with ya’ll with this real topic and real situation. We are speaking from experience from us being here in Africa in combination with our and others point of view over all. We welcome your comments as always. Please enjoy. Like, comment, share, and subscribe. We have major plans, so stay tune because we're going to keep it 💯 about everything that will go on with us on our journey to Africa. 00:00 Intro 00:43 Today's Topic 00:49 Family Shhh Intro 01:37 Disclaimer 02:49 Media (TV, News Broadcast, Radio) 04:21 They Hate Our Mentality 06:09 We believe we're owed 07:21 African Americans vs Everybody 08:02 We treat them like they know nothing 09:14 We think they are from the Bush 10:10 African-American Treatment 11:28 African-American vs White Folk 12:50 Africans Believe They're Better 14:51 We're Impatient 15:40 They believe money grows on trees 18:15 They don't understand why we leave 19:49 Outro Ask us anything pertaining to the matter, and we will answer. #Gambia #Familyshhh #africandiaspora #africanamerican #africa Follow Family Shhh: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Equipment we use? Cameras: Sony ZV-1 - 🤍 Panasonic Lumix FZ2500 - 🤍 Blackmagic Studio 4k - 🤍 Drone: DJI Mavic Mini - 🤍 Headphones & Ear Buds: Sony WH-1000XM4 - 🤍 Sony WH-1000XM3 - 🤍 NEW Microsoft Surface Earbuds - 🤍 black and abroad african diaspora
This video is all about African American Vernacular English, the dialects of English historically spoken by Black Americans in the United States. Special thanks to Lawrence Pittman who recorded the audio samples for this video. Check out his art on his Instagram page 🤍 . Additional thanks to Eunartha Bossamy for her ideas and feedback, as well Jamie Conner, Demetrii Wright, and Hasani Arnold for their feedback. 🚩 Special thanks to the following Champions who support Langfocus at 🤍 : J Choi, Ali Mametraimov, AmateurTextualCriticism, Anjo Barnes, Auguste Fields, Bennett Seacrist, Bill Walderman, Brandon Gonzalez, Brian King, CFitz17, Clark Roth, Jacob Madsen, John Moffat, Karl-Erik Wångstedt, Kenny, Kirk Kirkpatrick, Leon Jiang, Marcelo Loureiro, Matthew Etter, Michael Arbagi, Michael Cuomo, Michael Regal, Nobbi Lampe-Strang, Paul Falstad, Rosalind Resnick, Ruben Sanchez Jr, ShadowCrossZero, Victoria Goh, Vincent David, W T, Walter Moore, Yamen Zein, Yuko Sunda, 19jks94, Abdullah Al-Kazaz, Adam Powell, Adam Vanderpluym, Admir Soko, Alan Corley, Alen, Alex Hanselka, Alexandre Smirnov, Ali Muhammed Alshehri, Alvin Quiñones, Andrew Transini, Andrew Woods, Anthony Kinread, Anthony Peter Swallow, Aous Mansouri, Ashley Dierolf, Avital Levant, Bartosz Czarnotta, Ben, Benn M, Brent Warner, Brian Begnoche, Brian Morton, Bruce Stark, Chelsea Boudreau, chris brown, Christian Langreiter, Christopher Lowell, contumaciousCulimancer, Daniel Young, Darek, David Eggleston, David LeCount, Dean Cary, Debbie Willow, Diane Young, DickyBoa, Dieter Raber, divad, Divadrax, Don Ross, Donald Tilley, Ed B, Ed Heard, Edward Wilson, Eren Parla, Eric Loewenthal, Evolyzer, Fabio Martini, fatimahl, Fawad Quraishi, G Bot, Grace Wagner, Greg Boyarko, Gregory Garecki, Guillermo Jimenez, Harry Kek, Henri Saussure, Herr K, Howard Clark, Hugh AULT, Ina Mwanda, J Yang, Jack Jackson, Jaidyn Workman, Jakub Krajňanský, James and Amanda Soderling, James Lillis, JAMES ORR, Jay Bernard, Jens Aksel Takle, JESUS FERNANDO MIRANDA BARBOSA, Jim Wink, JING LUO, JK Nair, JL Bumgarner, joanna jansen, John Hyaduck, Justin Faist, K M, Kirk Vistain, Klaw117, Konrad, Kristian Erickson, Krzysztof Dobrzanski, Kyle Ibarra, Kyle James, Laura Morland, Lee Dedmon, Leo Coyne, Leo Barudi, Lincoln Hutton, Lorraine Inez Lil, Louie dela Fuente, Luke Jensen, M.Aqeel Afzal, Mahmoud Hashemi, maiku, Margaret Langendorf, Maria Comninou, Mark, Mark Bonneaux, Mark Grigoleit, Mark Kemp, Markzipan, Martin Blackwell, Maurice Chou, Merrick Bobb, Merrick Bobb, Michael Poplin, Michael Sisson, Mike Frysinger, Mohammed A. Abahussain, Mário Pegado, Naama and Geoff Shang, Nadia B., Nicholas Gentry, Nicole Tovar, Oleksandr Ivanov, Oto Kohulák, ou_lyss, Panot, Papp Roland, Patrick smith, Patriot Nurse, Paul Shutler, Pauline Pavon, Paulla Fetzek, Peter Andersson, Peter Nikitin, Peter Scollar, Raymond Thomas, Renato Paroni de Castro, ReysDad, Richard Kelly, Robert Brockway, Robert Sheehan, Robert Williams, Roger Smith, Roland Seuhs, Ron McKinnon, Ronald Brady, Saffo Papantonopoulou, Sergio Alvarez, Sergio Pascalin, Shawn Galloway, Sheila Perryman, Sierra Rooney, Simon Blanchet, Simon Jaglom, Spartak Kagramanyan, Stefan Reichenberger, Steven Severance, Suzanne Jacobs, Tara Pride, TD, Theophagous, Thomas Chapel, thug rife, tommy dahill, Vinicius Marchezini, Vitor, William MacKenzie, William O Beeman, Yagub Alserkal, yasmine jaafar, Yassine Ouarzazi, Yeshar Hadi, zhangyimo, Éric Martin, Навальный. Main sources used for this video: African American Vernacular English by Jack Sidnell . 🤍 Outline of AAVE Grammar by Jack Sidnell. 🤍 Game done changed: A look at selected AAVE features in the TV series The Wire. By Joe Trotta & Oleg Bylahher. Yale Grammatical Diversity Project: English in North America. 🤍 Unstressed been: Past and Present in African American English By Arthur K Spears Englishes around the World: Studies in honour of Manfred Görlach. Volume 1 ... edited by Edgar W. Schneider American English Grammar: An Introduction By Seth R. Katz Introduction to Sociolinguistics by Ronald Wardhaugh, Janet M. Fuller page 46-49. Music: "Gisele Revisited" by South London HiFi. Outro: "In Case You Forgot" by Otis McDonald.
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Africans vs African Americans rivalry. The division that exists today between African Americans and Africans as well as Caribbean Africans is that they have misconceptions of each other which are rooted in ignorance of each other’s historical experiences. Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Stay tuned and remember to subscribe
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Phillip Scott reports on a Jamaican Sista that details what Black immigrants were told by WS when they arrived in America to work.
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We're just students! Help us to explore more of these places with a few dollars ► 🤍 or support us through a one-time donation on PayPal: 🤍 👕 Shop merchandise: 🤍 𝗦𝘁𝗼𝗿𝘆𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲 In the rural outskirts of a tiny town in Georgia, on number 110, lies an old property that has been unlived in for several years. This one-story house was once the home of an African-American family of six: Jeffrey and Sandra were the parents of the family and lived here together with their daughters and sons. After 7 years of vacancy, nature has taken its course, leaving it not only the new home of spiders, but fowl have also begun to nest within its walls. The property is filled with retro TVs, radios, and other items from the 1970s and 1980s. Documents learn us that the family's parents were most likely unemployed and that a very primary but warm-hearted life was lived here. Both of their sons were fond of sports. Whereas one of the sons won numerous trophies in baseball, the other son spent most of his weekdays playing basketball and American football. All that's left now is a sad aftermath of what was once a family life. Today I will take a look inside another American retro time capsule. FOLLOW our SOCIAL MEDIA: 👍Facebook: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 🎵TikTok: 🤍 All the music in this video is gathered through Epidemic Sound (ES), Artlist.io, and Motion Array. Abandoned USA Series Ep. 3: Abandoned African-American Family's House - They Loved Sports! #abandoned #urbex #USA
Salamah fam. In this video, we're telling you which African countries you can visit VISA-FREE as a US citizen. Watch until the end to find out which African countries are VISA on arrival! #AfricaToTheWorld #AfricanAmerican #AfricanRepatriates #BlackExpat #BlackRepats \\ NEED TO ESCAPE BABYLON ASAP? Schedule a consult before the doors close:? Sign up for the eCourse: 🤍 Learn More🔥 🤍 Drop your questions in the comments! P.S. Want to listen to my new podcast?! I teach you how to be a modest, introverted boss without losing your sanity (and morals)🎙 🤍 BLACK EXPAT BLACK REPAT VISA-FREE AFRICAN COUNTRIES FOR US CITIZENS
Why do African genres DOMINATE American music culture? From gospel, to jazz, from Jubilee, to rap, African style genres have DOMINATED the American music scene for 100 years now. Is African style music just better than European style music? Why is America so engulfed in these styles? Is the music just better? Or is it something deeper than that? Don't forget to leave a like, comment, and subscribe if you haven't already done so: 🤍 I do not own any of the music in this video. #countryballs #africanmusic #americanmusic Countryball, Polandball. all American genres, African American, Black History. Jazz, gospel. Jazz history and Harlem renaissance. but also Alternate History, Alternate Future of the world, American Americans, Rise and fall and rise and fall UNSTATED
Wongel Zelalem reports on a video showing King Charles snubbing a hand shake from a brother.
Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300) In this lecture, Professor Paul Fry examines trends in African-American criticism through the lens of Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Toni Morrison. A brief history of African-American literature and criticism is undertaken, and the relationship of both to feminist theory is explicated. The problems in cultural and identity studies of essentialism, "the identity queue," expropriation, and biology are surveyed, with particular attention paid to the work of Michael Cooke and Morrison's reading of Huckleberry Finn. At the lecture's conclusion, the tense relationship between African-American studies and New Critical assumptions are explored with reference to Robert Penn Warren's poem, "Pondy Woods." 00:00 - Chapter 1. Origins of African-American Literary Criticism 03:16 - Chapter 2. Henry Louis Gates and the Problem of Essentialism 12:13 - Chapter 3. The Problem of the "Identity Cue" 15:15 - Chapter 4. Tony Morrison and African-American Identity 22:01 - Chapter 5. Morrison's Reading of Huckleberry Finn 25:17 - Chapter 6. Gates and the Community of African-American Critics 36:44 - Chapter 7. Expropriation Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: 🤍 This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
Charles Henry was determined to serve his country by joining the U.S. Army Airborne. But he was dealt a crushing blow when segregation and inequality got in the way. Memoirs of WWII Website: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Written and Directed by Joshua Scott Filmed by Christian McLean Edited by Joshua Scott Post Audio by Lane Tarr Archive Footage Sources: 🤍 Archive Photograph Sources: U.S. Army Oregon Historical Society National Archives and Records Administration The National WWII Museum Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby Reinhard Schultz Musical Score Source: 🤍 Artlist Songs and Composers: “Until Valhalla” by Kevin Graham “Swing Low Sweet Chariots” performed by The Fisk Jubilee Singers, acquired from publicdomainreview.org “Memoirs Of WWII” theme composed by Joshua Scott and performed by Jonathan Hadinger and Joshua Scott
Music is an integral part of Black American culture. Today, Clint Smith will teach you about rap & hip hop, and the cultural significance of artists including Public Enemy, Wu-Tang Clan, the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac, N.W.A., Queen Latifah, and Missy Elliott. And he just might break dance while doing it. Clint's book, How the Word is Passed is available now! 🤍 SOURCES: 🤍 Janell Hobson and R. Dianne Bartlow eds., Representin’: Women, Hip-Hop, and Popular Music (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2008). Brittney Cooper, Susana M. Morris, and Robin M. Boylorn eds., The Crunk Feminist Collection (New York: The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2017). Robin D. G. Kelley, Race Rebels: Culture, Politics, and the Black Working Class (New York: Free Press, 1994). James Haskins, One Nation Under a Groove: Rap Music and its Roots (New York: Hyperion Books, 2000). Adam Woog, From Ragtime to Hip-Hop: A Century of Black American Music (Detroit: Lucent Books, 2007). Watch our videos and review your learning with the Crash Course App! Download here for Apple Devices: 🤍 Download here for Android Devices: 🤍 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Dylan Mandelblatt, Katie, Hilary Sturges, Austin Zielman, Tori Thomas, Justin Snyder, Hasan Jamal, DL Singfield, Amelia Ryczek, Ken Davidian, Stephen Akuffo, Toni Miles, Steve Segreto, Kyle & Katherine Callahan, Laurel Stevens, Michael Wang, Stacey J, Burt Humburg, Allyson Martin, Aziz Y, Shanta, DAVID MORTON HUDSON, Perry Joyce, Scott Harrison, Mark & Susan Billian, Alan Bridgeman, Rachel Creager, Breanna Bosso, Matt Curls, Tim Kwist, Jonathan Zbikowski, Jennifer Killen, Sarah & Nathan Catchings, team dorsey, Trevin Beattie, Eric Koslow, Jennifer Dineen, Indika Siriwardena, Jason Rostoker, Shawn Arnold, Siobhán, Ken Penttinen, Nathan Taylor, Les Aker, William McGraw, ClareG, Rizwan Kassim, Constance Urist, Alex Hackman, Jirat, Pineapples of Solidarity, Katie Dean, Wai Jack Sin, Ian Dundore, Justin, Mark, Caleb Weeks Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
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President Donald Trump touts rising wages and declining unemployment rates for Americans in his first State of the Union address.