Ida B. WellsA Biography of Ida B. WellsWithin the framework of American history, Ida B. Wells may be called a child of...

LynchingsIda B. Wells-Barnett was an African-American woman and journalist noted for her work in detailing the...

Up From Slavery" by Booker T. Washington and "The Souls of Black Folk" by W.E.B. DuBois in the book "Three Negro...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: In "Narratives of the Life," Douglass wrote:Sincerely and earnestly hoping that this little book may...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: White southerners are usually portrayed as violent, scary bigots, bereft of any explicit merit that...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: Klarman explains that the symbolism of Brown had a powerful and positive effect on black Americans...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: Considering that most slaves struggled to act in accordance with what their masters wanted from them...

African-American History: Brown v. Board of EducationAfrican-Americans have had a long and painful encounter with...

Arts of the Contact Zone by Mary Louise Pratt [...] Pratt's essay and methodology as it relates to Martin Luther...

African-American Families 1950s ABAnnotated BibliographyAfrican-American Families in the 1950sPrimary SourcesLorraine...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: The three most notable African-American abolitionists were: David Walker, Frederick Douglass, and...

Slave by Soloman Northup [...] slavery from Northup's perspective compare with the perspective of two other former...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: They were told that "We don't serve colored here" (Pastan, 42). The men sat at the lunch counter...

Bluest EyeBeauty, Racism, and Identity in Toni Morrison's the Bluest Eye: Constructing a Sense of SelfThe nineteenth...

Thousands Gone: The First Two Centuries of Slavery in North America, by Ira Berlin. Specifically it will discuss...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: Out of Sub-Saharan regions, Yoruba, Senufo, Pende, Chokwe, Shona, Zulu and Ethiopia, have been...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: As a child Douglass saw these beatings often, and the memory would stick with him throughout his life...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: "From a political point-of-view, Lincoln saw some problems with this point.Soldiers performing "great...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: How is this reading relevant to the material covered?The reading is relevant to the material that was...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: These are inhumane, unbelievably cruel acts that must stop.At this point I would like to point out...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: Janie's greatest emotional challenge is to learn to live for her own self, without fear and truthfully...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: The sixty years before the Brown decision was made were heavy with segregation (Kluger, 1975...

Emancipation ProclamationThe period leading to the emancipation of the slaves there was intense campaign from the...

SlaveryIn 1619 (a year before the Mayflower landed in Massachusetts) more than 20 black people from Africa sailed into...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: One of the important aspects about Douglass' interest in being an American ambassador in Haiti was...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: He received pleasure from literature and philosophy -- the ability to become more of the world and of...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: So, in my opinion, there are several key aspects for the narration. First of all, there is the...

Antebellum AmericaThe Plight of women and African-Americans as Marginalized Groups in Antebellum AmericaWomen and...

Civil WarPrior to discussing the agreements and disagreements between the two authors chosen for this paper, it is...

SAMPLE EXCERPT: The central themes of this poem deal with a number of issues; namely, the search for identity; the...