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Black Power, Cultural Nationalism and White Backlash

Below is the paper you wrote for me, but I need another page added to this one. Same concept and everything. If you could stay on track with what you have already written.



The Black Power movement had similar objectives to that of the civil rights. Both entities wanted America to recognize all races as equal without discriminatory practices against minorities such as African Americans. Unlike the tolerant civil rights movement leaders, black power pioneers believed in a vicious and impatient approach. black power movement successfully pressurized the society to respect racial equality because they popularized the idealism of black supremacy through confrontational strategies.
Revolutionaries such as Stokely Carmichael agitated for nationalism or separatism as long as Africans would acquire their rightful liberty. Most of the black power adherents argued that the black community would not live in a free society as long as white privilege was the norm (Ogbar 2018, 36).[

Dawn of the New Millennium and the Election of Barack Obama Discussion Topic

The period from the 1980s on saw great gains in black political power, but inequality, particularly income inequality, remains great as does the overall sub-standard situation of many African Americans. Racism is frowned upon, but unfortunately is still a part of American life. There is a rising black middle class (many of whom were financially devastated by the Great Recession), while at the same time an increasing number of young black children have no fathers or are being raised by grandparents. Almost one third of young black men are incarcerated. Something is radically wrong with this picture.

Many Americans had hoped that the election of our nations first black President, and with him the appointment of high federal officials, would help the situation, but that does not seem to be the case.

This question is to be answered with no fewer than three (3) outside resources.

1. Discuss your thoughts on the issues mentioned above as well as any others that you belie

The War on Drugs

A 10-12 page paper on "THE WAR ON DRUGS."
The main question of the essay which the majority of the full essay will focus on -
How did the War on Drugs specifically target African Americans, and to what extent did this impact its failure?

10 Topic Sentences
And evidence below every topic sentence
With a bibliography

A little backround knowledge  -

In the 1960s drugs became a clear threat to the public, as they started to sweep the nation, specifically focusing on the United States, for my topic. In June 1971, President Nixon officially declared a war on drugs. A war against the narcotics that were killing the youth of the United States, and incarating those with narcotics. John Ehrlichman, admitted: You want to know what this was really all about. The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. The War on Drugs led to a grand increase in incarcerations, specifically targetin

slavery

My primary source: https://docsouth.unc.edu/neh/jacksonm/menu.html

I have already written the first draft and get feedback from the TA. I will upload my paper with feedback notes and guidelines for this project. This order is only the Primary Source Analysis part of the whole project, but please read all of the guidelines because it is a whole project. I will place another order about the Annotated Timeline part which due next week. Thank you.

TA feedback:
William Wells Brown is a great person to focus on this paper. But you have some serious revisions you need to make to this paper so that it fits the parameters of the assignment. Right now this reads more like a report on why William Wells Brown is an important person. That is not the point of this essay. You want to pick a specific piece of writing that Brown wrote, and then analyze it. You bring up many in this essay, and you bring up a variety of things you could analyze. Pick one!
One example, at the bottom of

Why do you believe Crimes Against Humanity cannot be justified

Introduction: 2-3 sentences where you introduce what crimes against humanity are, and what your essay will be on.
Crimes against humanity facts: in this paragraph, you can talk about the origin of crimes against humanity, where they are dealt with, why they are dealt with.

You can use any relevant facts.
Bosnia-Herzegovina: here you can talk about what happened in Bosnia with respect to crimes against humanity.
Genocide in Rwanda 1994: in this paragraph, you can talk about what happened in Rwanda in respect of crimes against humanity.
Other crimes against humanity incidents: here you can research other incidents that have happened in the world that are also a crime against humanity and use it to argue your topic.
Conclusion: do not state any new information here. Simply state again whether you believe that crimes against humanity can be justified or not, and a summarised version of why. 3-4 sentences.

The Baby Boomer Generation and their effect on American History

This is thesis paper. So a thesis must be formulated. I dont want this to be a perfect paper. I this point this is just a get done situation. I have an outline with the kind of ideas I want to write about. It also has bibliography which will help with the research and an attempt I made at making a thesis statement.  I am looking to pay the least amount possible for this

HIS 320 Quiz P1

Part 1: Zimring & Sharkey

The quiz will cover the readings for this week from "The City That Became Safe" and "An Uneasy Peace"

Again, the best responses will:

A) Use relevant and clear evidence in the form of direct quotations from the readings

B) Integrate those quotations using methods three and four from HW1 (so it makes sense to review how to do so; see HW 1 reading if you have not yet mastered that skill)

C) Reduce those quotation to 11 or fewer words (so it makes sense to review how to do so; see here if you don't know how to do so: https://lpsessaywriting.wordpress.com/quotations/cuttingchanging-quotes/)

D) employ argument structures that follow cl/ev/wa (again, the HW1 reading carefully details how to improve your argumentative approach through cl/ev/wa)

E) NO OUTSIDE SOURCES PERMITTED

World History

Answer the attached questions. The question's answers should be 4-6 sentences long and contain one source with an APA style citation. The citation should be listed right under the question's answer.

You will find the question answers that are listed in the references that are included (the sources are attached in the best order to correspond with the questions). Please use in-text citations.

References

Questions 1, 6
US-China Relations--A Brief Historical Perspective

https://uscpf.org/v3/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/backgrounder-on-US-China-relations.pdf

Question 3
The US and the Opening to Japan, 1853

https://history.state.gov/milestones/1830-1860/opening-to-japan

Question 5
https://history.state.gov/milestones/1945-1952/japan-reconstruction

HIS 320 Quiz

Part 1: Zimring & Sharkey

The quiz will cover the readings for this week from "The City That Became Safe" and "An Uneasy Peace"

Again, the best responses will:

A) Use relevant and clear evidence in the form of direct quotations from the readings

B) Integrate those quotations using methods three and four from HW1 (so it makes sense to review how to do so; see HW 1 reading if you have not yet mastered that skill)

C) Reduce those quotation to 11 or fewer words (so it makes sense to review how to do so; see here if you don't know how to do so: https://lpsessaywriting.wordpress.com/quotations/cuttingchanging-quotes/)

D) employ argument structures that follow cl/ev/wa (again, the HW1 reading carefully details how to improve your argumentative approach through cl/ev/wa)

E) NO OUTSIDE SOURCES PERMITTED




QUESTIONS:








Part 2: Extra Credit Quiz












World History

Answer the attached questions. The question's answers should be 4-6 sentences long and contain one source with an APA style citation. The citation should be listed right under the question's answer.

You will find the question answers that are listed in the references that are included (the sources are attached in the best order to correspond with the questions). You can use a external reference for question 10. Please use in-text citations when necessary.

References

Question 2
Baker, Peter. (Oct. 23, 2018). Use that word! Trump embraces the nationalist label. New York Times.

Questions 6, 9
Colonializing the East" and "Impacts of colonialism." From Danielson, S.  Overview of human geography.

http://debitage.net/humangeography/colonialism.html

Question 8
Grosby, S. (2005). Nationalism: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford, GBR: Oxford University Press, UK. Chapter 2.

Question 10
Editorial Board. (Nov. 13, 2018). The French
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