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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 ...


Legend: The Song Of The Family, The Voice Of A Woman, Kimberly Roth Shumway May 1994

Legend: The Song Of The Family, The Voice Of A Woman, Kimberly Roth Shumway

Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects

The Song of the Family

I do not believe that lives are lived in isolation, but rather are connected by ties of humanity and of family. For me because of this intimate human connection, every life experience, trivial or tremendous, is a poem. The poems blend into one--a great symphony of the human condition. An experience, even if left unverbalized, shapes the minds of both the one experiencing it and those connected to him or her by either close or distant ties.

In this collection I combine the poetic experiences most relevant in shaping me. They are the songs of ...


Skirting The Light: Some Poems, Joe Pitkin May 1991

Skirting The Light: Some Poems, Joe Pitkin

Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects

A collection of poems by Joe Pitkin.


The Dilettante, Heather A. Riley May 1991

The Dilettante, Heather A. Riley

Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects

The printing of this book marks the end of a year of deliberating, searching, sifting, procrastinating and finally decision making. These pages include what I consider to be some of the finest work by young artists in Cache Valley. I must admit, I am rather in awe of my contributors. I have always been frustrated by the fact that I seem to have no outlet for my creative urges. Something always seems to get lost between my brain and my pen, So, my "consolation prize" is the opportunity to work with some artists whose talents I respect very much.

By ...


Thespian, And Other Poems, William A. Eichelbaugh May 1953

Thespian, And Other Poems, William A. Eichelbaugh

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Thespian

Do not intrude, Even though the door---unlocked---

For the smile

I wear today

Will be tomorrow

In the rain…

The smiling mask,

The private pain…