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While Packer pulls back the curtain on a dark side of the African-American experience, she holds much affection for the quirky, yet recognizable characters that populate the African-American community.
This resource guide for teaching the African-American experience in South Carolina's public schools is designed to serve as a supplement to the "South Carolina Social Studies Curriculum Standards." Focusing on the history and culture of Africa and African-Americans within the specific context of the state's curriculum standards and enunciating specific performance-based content standards for the educators, the document is an important tool for educators in their effort to infuse African-American studies into the curriculum.
This results in a narrative with no centre and no sense of what is part of a shared African-American experience and what is wholly personal.
(10.) Richard Brent Turner, Islam in the African-American Experience (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997), 78.
It is apparent that the editor is impressed that Gardner Taylor's sermons are important documentation for this valuable African-American experience of preaching.
The bold collages created by this brilliant artist, Romare Bearden, are profusely integrated with the artist's comments about his artistic attempts to "redefine the image of man" in relation to the African-American experience. Narrated by Wynton Marsalis and produced by Linda Freeman, the video shows us rare footage of Bearden at work.
This modest show of sixteen works on paper from 1945 to 1975, entitled "Intuitive Markings," could only hint at Lewis's stylistic range, but it nevertheless confirmed that his artistic preoccupations reflected an abiding need to represent the African-American experience as much as to engage abstraction and formalist innovation.
American Work is a bold and ambitious synthesis of African-American experience on the job from Jamestown to the present.
And the struggle by these women to gain a political voice describes crises, resolutions, dislocations, and loving embraces within a continuum of intertextual spaces formed by the plays which describe the gay African-American experience. The Artist continues: "My point is, this ain't no time to be buying dogs and locking doors `cause you see `them' comin'.
In Powertown, Lind tries to get us in touch with the African-American experience by including a large number of black characters.
One might know the historical details about the tragedy of the American Indian, the African-American experience, the struggles of everyone from Asians to industrial workers, but being white and free in America is to be more like a spectator.
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