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From Theory To Practice: Establishing The Classroom As The Setting For Race Talk Through The Intentional Analysis And Discussion Of Poems By Authors Of Color, Cree Taylor May 2020

From Theory To Practice: Establishing The Classroom As The Setting For Race Talk Through The Intentional Analysis And Discussion Of Poems By Authors Of Color, Cree Taylor

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Modern-day racism exists in mostly subtle ways and is often felt most keenly in the classroom. When schools began the legal integration process in 1954, Black teachers were fired, all-Black schools were closed, and Black students were bused to the formerly all-White schools. In this new environment, Black students and all Students of color were forced to accept and adapt to an educational system that favored Whites over all other racial groups. Today, White Supremacy in education affects the establishment of state and national standards, school and district boundaries, and the un-fair disciplinary action taken against Students of Color. In ...


God's Faithfulness On The Journey: Reflections By Rostered Women Of Color, Rosetta E. Ross Jan 2018

God's Faithfulness On The Journey: Reflections By Rostered Women Of Color, Rosetta E. Ross

Spelman College Faculty Publications

Expressing stories of joy and pain, thankfulness and celebration, “God’s Faithfulness on the Journey” explores the stories of more than 40 ELCA rostered women of color. The essay-style collection of stories, poems, music and imagery gives voice to the women of color who serve faithfully throughout the church. The narratives chronicle a shared experience through the church’s call process while honoring the families, mentors and supporters who journeyed with them and give praise to an always faithful God.


Street, James William, 1858-1944 (Mss 478), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Oct 2013

Street, James William, 1858-1944 (Mss 478), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 478. Account books and journals of James William Street, recording his activities and local events, primarily in Henderson and Lyon counties in Kentucky. He also records the 1908-1909 activities of the Night Riders in the region.


An Anthem For The Dream Land: The Legacy Of Poetry For The Palestinian And African-American Nationalism In The 1960s And 1970s, Nadia Alahmed Jan 2009

An Anthem For The Dream Land: The Legacy Of Poetry For The Palestinian And African-American Nationalism In The 1960s And 1970s, Nadia Alahmed

Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge

The article is an introduction to a larger project seeking comparisons in origin, ideology, aesthetics and political agendas of two artistic movements: The Black Arts Movement and the Palestinian Culture of Resistance, in 1960s and 1970s. The Bandung Conference in 1955 and the rise of the anti-colonial movement in Algiers and Africa in the 1950-1960s shaped the establishment of the Third World Movement, which brought forth the rise of radical political and literary nationalism in the Occupied Territories and within the African-American community. This research is an attempt to reveal the resemblance between these political ideologies and their formative impact ...


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke Apr 1982

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 3, John D. Kendig, Henry J. Kauffman, Nancy K. Gaugler, W. L. Eckerd, William T. Parsons, John B. Frantz, Robert G. Adams, Jane Adams Clarke

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Jamison City
• Domestic Architecture in Lancaster County
• Conversation with Marguerite de Angeli
• Who Put the Turnip on the Grave?
• Pennsylfawnisch Deitsch un Pfalzer: Dialect Comparisons Old and New
• John Philip Boehm: Pioneer Pennsylvania Pastor
• The Search for our German Ancestors
• Aldes un Neies


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, John D. Kendig, Guy Graybill, Marie K. Graeff, William T. Parsons, Ray W. Sauers Oct 1981

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 31, No. 1, Henry J. Kauffman, John D. Kendig, Guy Graybill, Marie K. Graeff, William T. Parsons, Ray W. Sauers

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Pennsylvania Copper Tea Kettle
• "Our Camp and Soldiers Life" (1861-65)
• The Surprising Come Back of the Pennsylvania Rifle
• Folk Songs
• Port Royal and Philadelphia
• Pennsylvania Dutch Life Along Switzer Run and Penn's Creek
• Aldes un Neies / Old and New


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 2, Ivy Kemp Yost, John D. Kendig, William Munro, Howell J. Heaney, Carter W. Craigie, Beth Ann Twiss Jan 1980

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 29, No. 2, Ivy Kemp Yost, John D. Kendig, William Munro, Howell J. Heaney, Carter W. Craigie, Beth Ann Twiss

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Landis Store Story
• In This Place: Manheim 1866
• "Kiss Me, I'm Italian": The Italian Market Festival, Philadelphia Photo Essay
• A Century of Early American Children's Books in German, 1738-1837
• Grange and Harvest Home Picnics in Chester County
• Peter Muhlenberg Slept Here
• Kartze G'dichte: Short Poems


Press Bulletin, Vol. Vii, No. 12, 1942, Margaret Hirashima Nov 1942

Press Bulletin, Vol. Vii, No. 12, 1942, Margaret Hirashima

Japanese American WWII Internment Camp newspapers

Poston Relocation Center newspaper covers Poston committees, children's benefit event, Poston newspaper magazine, sports event and rules, sport results, new clinic, Religious services, wartime weather, safety classes, adult classes, social events, Lost and found, sports game results, scheduled weather, Feminine Touch, Sunday comics and an editorial.