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African Americans: History of Health Care Following WWII
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A 5 page paper which discusses how Africa Americans experienced a great change in access to health care, and access to health care professions following WWII, when the federal government made an active assault on discrimination policies. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAafamhlth.doc
Paper Title: African Americans: History of Health Care Following WWII

African Americans: History, Culture, Families, Beliefs and Religion
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This 6 page paper discusses various aspects of African-Americans in regard to religion, spirituality, beliefs, history and culture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: African Americans: History, Culture, Families, Beliefs and Religion

African Americans: Huck Finn and Today
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A 5 page paper which compares the life of African Americans in Mark Twain’s story of Huckleberry Finn to African Americans today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: African Americans: Huck Finn and Today

African and Euro-American Culture: Slave Culture
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A 5 page paper which discusses how the African culture and the Euro-American worked together to create the American slave culture. The book used for this discussion is "Black Odyssey" by Nathan Irvin Huggins. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Paper Title: African and Euro-American Culture: Slave Culture

African Canadians: Nova Scotia
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A 10 page paper which discusses the history and influence of the African Canadians in Nova Scotia. For several hundred years there have been Africans in Nova Scotia. Many of them went to Nova Scotia because they were promised land and freedom, when the reality was that they were put into the same lifestyle, the lifestyle of slavery, that they experienced in the United States. The history of African Canadians in Nova Scotia has been very similar to that experienced by African Americans in the United States. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: African Canadians: Nova Scotia

African Cosmology and Morrison’s “Beloved”
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A 6 page paper which examines African cosmology as it applies to Toni Morrison’s novel “Beloved.” Bibliography lists 3 sources. RAafcos.rtf
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Paper Title: African Cosmology and Morrison’s “Beloved”

African Ideology and Culture: Past and Continued Impacts on African Americans
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A 6 page discussion of the continued importance of Africa culture and ideology to African Americans. To these people Africa was, and will continue to be a continual theme in their culture and even their perceptions of themselves. It was the underlying commonality of their Africanness which pulled African Americans one of the most turbulent times of their history, the time of slavery. It is this same underlying theme of Africanness which continues to consolidate the African Americans and which allows them to resist total assimilation into white culture. Some suggests that the creation of Africa-centered schools would be a positive factor in the welfare of contemporary Black Americans. While the ideology and culture of Africa is something which should continue to be stressed into our future, however, the segregation of black from white in the form of Africa-centered schools would only be a regress into our past. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: African Ideology and Culture: Past and Continued Impacts on African Americans

African Research/Contributions to All Disciplines
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A 7 page summary and critique of Africa and the Disciplines (1993), a compilation of essays that argue that African research is not only vital to disciplines such as economics, history and politics, but that this research helped to form the substance of these disciplines as we know them today. No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: African Research/Contributions to All Disciplines

African Slavery
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7 pages. The African Slave trade encompasses a large part of our history that should never be forgotten; not to be remembered for the atrocities in order to re-live them again and again, but to remember how far we have come from those days, and how far we have yet to go. This paper reflects upon how African slavery began, the journey to the new land, how it impacted the colonies and what life was like as a slave. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: African Slavery

African Women and Their Influence in the Caribbean
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A 5 page paper on the sociological, political and economic impact of African women or women with African ancestry on the Caribbean region. Lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: African Women and Their Influence in the Caribbean

African-American Childrearing Practices In The 21st Century
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4 pages in length. With adversity serving as the cornerstone of their social, cultural, political and religious existence, African-Americans reflect a people who have long fought to survive against racial discord. Doing so has infused within them a strong sense of self and determination that continues to be passed down through generation after generation by way of childrearing. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American Childrearing Practices In The 21st Century

African-American Ethnophaulisms
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5 pages in length. African-Americans have a particular history in the United States, one that reflects both a dichotomy of culture and the struggle to break free of past stereotypical molds. One of the areas in which this is duly noted is with the different names that people of all ethnic origins – including African-Americans themselves – use to identify and describe this particular race. The significance of these names, termed ethnophaulisms, is typically to single out certain characteristics that reflect poorly upon the specific ethnicity. Long considered derogatory when used by anyone, the word "nigger" represents one of the harshest ethnophaulisms, inasmuch as its negative Jim Crow roots have never been shaken. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American Ethnophaulisms

African-American Gangsters In Film / Yesterday vs. Today
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8 pages in length African-American gangster mentality has changed much over the past half century. No longer is it the flamboyant, colorful lifestyle once adopted by shrewd and resourceful businessmen. The black gangster of today is a confused, angry young man who feels completely justified taking out his aggressions on innocent bystanders. The writer compares and contrasts the various differences between these two types of gang members as depicted in the movies Hoodlum and Boyz 'N The Hood. Bibliography included.
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Paper Title: African-American Gangsters In Film / Yesterday vs. Today

African-American History & Contemporary Issues
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This 5 page paper discussed the types of discrimination and segregation faced by African-Americans in the United States. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American History & Contemporary Issues

African-American History From Reconstruction Through The Progressive Era And World War I
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3 pages in length. The writer provides a brief overview of these three periods as they relate to African-American history. No bibliography.
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Paper Title: African-American History From Reconstruction Through The Progressive Era And World War I

African-American Influence on Major League Baseball
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A 20 page paper arguing that integration of the races has improved the quality of the game and positively contributed to the professional development of baseball. The paper looks at conditions immediately following Jackie Robinson's debut with the Dodgers and the firsts achieved by Larry Doby, Henry Thompson, Willard Brown, Buck O'Neil and Ken Williams and others, concluding that observed changes could not have occurred without the influence of these and other African Americans. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American Influence on Major League Baseball

African-American Juveniles and the Criminal Justice System
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This 6 page paper discusses some of the reasons why blacks are overrepresented in the criminal justice system. It also discusses the phenomenon known as “driving while black.” Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American Juveniles and the Criminal Justice System

African-American Youth Public Speaking And Community Relations
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A 30 page paper. The writer integrated the two by discussing public speaking and literacy and reporting opportunities provided to African-American and other youth in the community. The sections of the paper include an Introduction, identifying two questions for the review, methodology, literature review, suggestions for teaching public speaking, public speaking in the community and conclusion. Literacy data are included. Discussions include stereotyping, diversity, suggestion for different approach to citizenship education and other related discussions. Bibliography lists 24 sources.
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Paper Title: African-American Youth Public Speaking And Community Relations

African-Americans and Reconstruction
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This 3 page paper explores some of the issues blacks faced during Reconstruction, including income, education, farming and family life. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: African-Americans and Reconstruction

Africana Studies
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A 3 page paper discussing the evolution and relevance of this growing interdisciplinary field of study encompassing Africa, African Americans and the diaspora. Failing to study origins and results of these effects leaves a gaping hole that has existed for a long time. Africana Studies seeks to fill that void. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Africana Studies

Africans In America, America's Journey Through Slavery
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The United States has never recovered from the dynamics of slavery. This 5 page paper provides an explication and review of the book, Africans in America: America's Journey Through Slavery by Charles Johnson and Patricia Smith. No additional sources are listed.
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Paper Title: Africans In America, America's Journey Through Slavery

After-Effects Of The Slave Trade: Lost Culture And Identity
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4 pages in length. The extent to which African-Americans lost their entire culture and identity in the after-effects of the slave trade is both grand and far-reaching; that this involuntary evolution from free man to indentured servitude spelled the last of any recognizable distinctiveness for a significant population of people speaks to the slow and steady degradation of independent spirit the slaves endured. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: After-Effects Of The Slave Trade: Lost Culture And Identity

Alain Locke and Stephen Thompson / Views on 'The Negro'
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A 5 page paper on Alain Locke's look at the New Negro as compared to the Old Negro, and Stephen Thompson's assessment of the validity of these claims. No bibliography.
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Paper Title: Alain Locke and Stephen Thompson / Views on 'The Negro'

Alan Patons, "Cry the Beloved Country":
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This 4 page paper provides a basic summary of this story as well as providing insight into the complexities of apartheid. Furthermore, this paper serves as a review which highlights the themes and challenges of the author as well as personal interpretations, observances, and reactions. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Alan Patons, "Cry the Beloved Country":

ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE AND RACISM IN 19TH CENTURY AMERICA
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This paper examines the comments about black people in the United States written by French politician Alexis de Tocqueville in his book, Democracy in America. The paper also compares how the 19th century words of de Toqueville are still true today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE AND RACISM IN 19TH CENTURY AMERICA


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