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LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.

African Americans moving north at rapid pace. Why? Why? Jim Crow laws Jim Crow laws New job opportunities in north New job opportunities in north 1860 – 93% in south 1860 – 93% in south 1930 – 80% in south 1930 – 80% in south/, Scopes was found guilty and fined $100 Bryan Darrow EDUCATION AND POPULAR CULTURE  During the 1920s, developments in education had a powerful impact on the/Mouse for two decades. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. As a kid he /


LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.

African Americans moving north at rapid pace. Why? Why? Jim Crow laws Jim Crow laws New job opportunities in north New job opportunities in north 1860 – 93% in south 1860 – 93% in south 1930 – 80% in south 1930 – 80% in south/, Scopes was found guilty and fined $100 Bryan Darrow EDUCATION AND POPULAR CULTURE  During the 1920s, developments in education had a powerful impact on the/Mouse for two decades. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. As a kid he /


LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.

African Americans moving north at rapid pace. Why? Why? Jim Crow laws Jim Crow laws New job opportunities in north New job opportunities in north 1860 – 93% in south 1860 – 93% in south 1930 – 80% in south 1930 – 80% in south/, Scopes was found guilty and fined $100 Bryan Darrow EDUCATION AND POPULAR CULTURE  During the 1920s, developments in education had a powerful impact on the/Mouse for two decades. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. As a kid he /


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immigrants. A third factor was that America should keep its traditional culture intact. Anti-immigrant, anti-Jewish, and anti-Catholic sentiments contributed/ Families were separated (many men deserted their wives and children) 200,000 kid with no home. Negative Effects of the Great Depression Increased racial violence over/ India, South Africa, and Kenya, nationalism helped end colonial (European) rule. For example, the nationalist African National Congress worked against the system of Apartheid for years, /


CRCT Review 08/09.

guns Raw materials-corn, spices, wheat, tobacco, cotton, Culture-socio-economics standing (many will begin in same standing) /African Americans Organize NAACP (1909): worked for the rights of African Americans W.E.B. DuBois left Atlanta to work for the NAACP in New York National Urban League formed in 1910 Worked to solve social problems of African Americans in cities Assisted people moving from rural South/ I do not have a wife or kids yet. Do I qualify for land under the headright system? Scenario 2/


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morgantown, West Virginia June 20-24, 2011 Teach Epidemiology Professional Development Workshop Day 2.

for example, China, India, Japan, Korea, the Philippine Islands, Hawaii, and Samoa. c.Black or African American - A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa. d.Hispanic - A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American or other Spanish culture/ inference? Gender  Wanting to attend the field trip This “Teach Epi” thing…it will work better for Ms. Smith’s kids than mine.  What are we comparing? Proportion of Smith’s students who will engage with epidemiology to/


1 Developing identities in South Africa: alternatives to formal schooling for disadvantaged black children Alexandra Plowright, Mpumalanga, SA Dr David.

can define themselves through ‘concepts, terms, values and ideologies provided by their cultural… envir- onments’ and provides a ‘normative orientation specifying values and standards toward/for children. Both Creek Side and Dream Valley are organisations that are managed by white South Africans who speak both Afrikaans and English and thus automatically provide opportunities for/influence on the children. It is amazing what they can get the kids to do and it really does help them having that difference’ /


REQUIRED BOOKS 1. Stevens, J. & Stevens-Crummel, S. (2008). Help me Mr. Mutt: Expert answers for dogs with people problems. Illus. by Janet Stevens. Orlando:

and the black race to describe the many different shades of African American people; “shades” not only meaning cultures and races but also personalities, character traits, and spirit. The/Reading List Selection; Borders Best Kids Books of the Year 13 CALDECOTT AWARD OR HONOR BOOKS 14 Stead, P. C. (2010). A sick day for Amos McGee. Illus. by Erin/Press. This story is about a young boy, Ajani and a group of his friends in South Africa, who, like most of the world, loves football [soccer]. It is his most /


Section 1:Forms of Government Section 2:The Growth of Trade Section 3:The Colonial Economy Section 4:The Great Awakening Section 5:American Culture CHAPTER.

Africans were brought to the New World. Journey could last up to 3 months Africans were chained below deck for/over to their beliefs SECTION 5 American Culture New Ideas in Europe As people /for church. Southern Colonies - Very little education for normal kids. Rich kids were sent to boarding schools to become educated. With the large plantations and farms of the South, people were too far away and thus couldn’t conveniently meet for church.Southern Colonies - Very little education for normal kids. Rich kids/


Creating economic and social neighbourhoods across political borders, May 1-2, 2009 Session II “Searching for Neighbours in Multicultural Localities” Dr.

ties rooted in socio-cultural interests or political concerns. African Diasporic Networks: Creating ‘Safe Spaces’ Dr. Cassandra Ellerbe-Dueck University of Southampton, U.K 14 Networks Researched  AASAB – Bayreuth  Afro-Kid e.V.- Nuremberg  African Youth Foundation – Bonn/ all individuals, and to fully utilise the International Human Rights instruments and the EU Charter for Fundamental Rights for achieving protection and advancement of Black women.  To facilitate the exchange of information between /


LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.

African Americans moving north at rapid pace. Why? Why? Jim Crow laws Jim Crow laws New job opportunities in north New job opportunities in north 1860 – 93% in south 1860 – 93% in south 1930 – 80% in south 1930 – 80% in south/, Scopes was found guilty and fined $100 Bryan Darrow EDUCATION AND POPULAR CULTURE  During the 1920s, developments in education had a powerful impact on the/Mouse for two decades. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. As a kid he/


African-American History Month Profiles of Individuals and Events Contributing to American Identity and African-American History – US-VA History 2015.

This ruling would establish the policy of “Separate but Equal” throughout the South for the next sixty years or more, validating segregation and the humiliating “Jim Crow/ and James Weldon Johnson all gained recognition for their works, which spent more time celebrating the virtues of African American culture than they did lamenting the legacy of / when the city refused permission to use the convention center, said, "Black kids just werent welcome at the beach." He pointed to Philadelphias Greek Picnic as/


OER10, March 22-24, 2010 Cynthia Jimes, PhD Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education ISKME: Siyavula: Building Communities to Support.

it makes it much easier to handle your own material for the kids because in this way, we get different ideas, different techniques/-face ; in person communication important for motivating and sustaining group work (interviews; workshop observations) Summary of findings South African teachers face concrete curriculum challenges To /the importance placed upon F2F communication by teachers Integrate discussions of cultural barriers into teacher professional development to alleviate challenges with current role /


Museum Entrance Ideas, Beliefs, and Culture Work, Exchange, and Technology Politics & Power Peopling & Environment Welcome to the Museum of 1840-1877(Period.

for progressive legislation by progressive activists. Emily Eastman, Kira Lauring, Ben Paulis, Maddy Pekosz, Noah Schweitzer Return to Entry Room 1 Return to Entry Ideas, Beliefs, and Culture/the North watching over his workers in the factory. 1: Women and little kids began to work in the factories as manufacturing developed in the North. The/ for those people african american residents who decided not to emigrate to a different part of the country after emancipation. 2: (Causation) Whites in the south were/


2012 Apartheid and South Africa. On your Left Side: Write down what you already know about South Africa and/or apartheid. Where do you know this information.

were not allowed to run a business in the areas that were meant for white South Africans. Apartheid- Marriages and business Laws of Apartheid Apartheid is the rigid racial division /taught in their own language were shot by police. 69 school-kids died. The day is now commemorated in South Africa as Youth Day. People around the world were outraged. But/the unjust situation. MAIN THEMES IN THE POEM Cultural Identity ANGER at discrimination and racial prejudice. Frustration caused by unfairness in society. Alienation and /


CONTINUED SETTLING AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS PERIOD 2: 1607-1754.

and thus built the South. As agricultural peoples, Africans were used to rural routines and most slaves worked in the fields. Slaves were supplied rude clothes and hand-me- downs from the master’s family. On small plantations and farms, Africans may have worked along side their masters. Large plantations provided the population necessary for the development of an African American culture. FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES In/


Chapter 10 Modern Language Mosaics Language and Culture Language and Trade Multilingualism Official Languages.

Trade - Lingua Franca Traders wanted to communicate for trading, before the Esperanto, Lingua Franca /South Africa…difference in cadence, rhythm and speed.- from relocation Through contact with other languages, a language changed, modified to become “pidgin” - Caribbean region:English + African languages =pidgin English Figure 10-1: Three African/ make too much sense if the kids plunge into the society after the /of place names Place name provide the history and culture, route of diffusion and ways of life Two/


African-American History Month Profiles of Individuals and Events Contributing to American Identity and African-American History – US-VA History 2016.

This ruling would establish the policy of “Separate but Equal” throughout the South for the next sixty years or more, validating segregation and the humiliating “Jim Crow/ and James Weldon Johnson all gained recognition for their works, which spent more time celebrating the virtues of African American culture than they did lamenting the legacy of / when the city refused permission to use the convention center, said, "Black kids just werent welcome at the beach." He pointed to Philadelphias Greek Picnic as/


Unit 12 Unit1 Pre-reading Activities - Audiovisual supplement 1 Audiovisual supplement Cultural information Watch the video and answer the following.

Synonym:worrying, upsetting 6. Other disturbing indicators include substance abuse among younger kids; the growing disrespect for parents, teachers, and other legitimate authority figures … Antonym:respect, esteem, / was on her way to an exam at Toms River High School South on March 14 when she got out of her gold 1995 Toyota / their worst fears about American culture. At Howard University, students talked about early reports that the Littleton killers may have been targeting African Americans. “How much is /


Cultural Geography of US and Canada Chapter 6 section 1 and 2.

African rhythms and European harmonies US Art Influences Other Nations US cultural influence on rest of world is strongest in the area of popular entertainment US cultural influence on rest of world is strongest in the area of popular entertainment with LOS ANGELES is the number one spot for/ surplus. Demographics 50% of population is married 50% of population is married 44% have kids (UNDER AGE 18) 44% have kids (UNDER AGE 18) Households are SMALLER than in the past Households are SMALLER than in the/


Human World Part One: World Population and Culture Chapter 4 section 1 and 2.

, decrease, or the stay same Causes Causes –cultural ideas (ex: how many kids people have) –Migration (movement of people) –/cultural traditions change Ex: people no longer have big families in US Ex: people no longer have big families in US Why? Why? Zero Population Growth Happens in DEVELOPED countries like those in North America, South America and Europe Happens in DEVELOPED countries like those in North America, South America and Europe Have good healthcare, education, technology, and food supplies for/


Implications of the new federal requirements for schools. February 2009 Kansas State Department of Education.

person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The/KIDS. This would result in additional work for the district. Two-Part Question: Example 2 Part B: What is the student’s race? (Choose one or more)  American Indian or Alaska Native A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North America, including Mexico, South//Other Pacific Islander Position 3-Black or African American Position 2-Asian Position 1-American Indian/


The Sociocultural Perspective

, you help them, no matter what your schedule says. South Americans, Southern Europeans and Africans are poly-chronic cultures. The Self and Self-Identity Individualism and Collectivism Individualist cultures: The independence of the individual takes precedence over the needs of/. The purpose was simply to identify kids that could benefit from help, not to rank kids. Lewis Terman (1916): A Stanford psychologist who took Binet’s test and established norms for American kids. This became known as the Stanford-/


First Americans to the 13 Colonies Chapters 1-3. Beginnings of America North and South America divided from the “Old World” (Europe, Africa, Asia) by.

By 1700 slaves had surpassed servants in the South Slave Society in the South Slaves taken from all over west coast of Africa Not monolithic New African American culture was the fusion of many different African cultures plus European influences North America was not the/ by Puritan beliefs, strong sense of community, dominated by small towns and cities – Big families (lots of kids+small farms=no need for more labor=no servants/slaves) – Only way to be fully accepted in New England society was to be a/


AFRICAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY IPSU 2011 Johan Fourie.

?  Answer a 12 year-old African kid in Zambia, who asks you why white /cultural and social consequences  Results in Anglo-Boer War Before the war  1894 – Glen Grey Act  1896 – Jameson Raid  1899 – Anglo-Boer War begins After the war  South Africa becomes Union in 1910  Free-market policy until 1924  Pact-government of Hertzog – more government involvement  Industrialisation  Poor white problem  Great depression  Afrikaner nationalism  Second World War LESSONS FROM THE POOR WHITE PROBLEM FOR/


From School Library Journal YA Those needing graphic confirmation of the harrowing experience of growing up poor and black in apartheid South Africa will.

Afrikaans school, is held accountable for all the wrongs inflicted by the British. But a fortuitous meeting with an amateur boxer, "Kid Louis" Groenewald, supplies the young/ story of suspense and heartbreak. This great novel, rooted in South African history, dramatizes what life is like for one woman and her child in the worst of times. /street scenes showing the triumph of Western music, film, and fashion over traditional culture. (At least the sidewalk vendors still sell Nigerian food.) A fresh take on/


Chapter 11 North and South Take Different Paths. Warm up (Briefly answer all 3 questions…we will discuss as a class.) Questions: 1. Before stores and.

separated by sales. Work Slaves worked from sun up to sun down. – Kids: carried water and easy chores – Elders: cared for young and did light chores – Everyone else: fields -1 out of 4 families in the South owned slaves - 1 out of 7 families owned 10 or more Living Conditions HOMES for slaves were called slave cabins -Mud floors -About 12 to a room/


1 OVERVIEW OF DEAT’s PERFOMANCE FOR THE 2006/7 FINANCIAL YEAR By Director- General:Ms Pam Yako.

OF DEAT mission – “leading SD of our Env & Tourism for a better life for all” through: Creating conditions for sustainable tourism growth for benefit of all South African. Promoting conservation and sustainable utilization of our natural resources to /Kids in Parks programme, aimed at building a future “conservation and sustainability” conscious nation, 7400 kids visited ten (10) national parks. The target was 5000 kids. A total of six GMO applications were assessed and recommended. One application for/


In 1951, the U.S. ratified the 22nd Amendment, making a president ineligible to be elected for a third time, or to be elected for a second time after.

African American host of a television series when his variety show appeared in 1956. But perhaps no variety program had a greater effect on American culture than The Ed Sullivan Show, which ran for 23 years beginning in 1948 and was for/Mickey Mouse Club and Howdy Doody, entertained millions of American kids. During the 1950s, few households owned more than one television/islands to save face, but no takeover occurred. To the south, communist revolutionary Ho Chi Minh successfully defeated the French colonial/


An overview of South African schooling and our role in improving it www.nicspaull.com/presentations SA Principals Association | 14 May 2015.

10b: South African mathematics learning trajectories by national socioeconomic quintiles using a variable standard deviation for a /kids make it to uni? What can businesses do to help? – Warm-glow effect or turning the ship? 70 Thank you Comments & Questions? This presentation and papers available online at: www.nicspaull.com/research www.nicspaull.com/research 71 References & further reading For/Incompetent school managementGood school management Lack of culture of learning, discipline and orderCulture of/


WELCOME TO THE CARIBBEAN. Group Think Brainstorm a list of descriptive words for each of these aspects of the Caribbean: Brainstorm a list of descriptive.

South America and took over the Lesser Antilles In the 15 th century, the fierce Caribs came to South America and took over the Lesser Antilles The Caribs kept Arawak women and kids/ Ocean to the north and east Ideal for tourism. Sun and Sea! Ideal for tourism. Sun and Sea! PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT /CULTURE Unique blending of Amerindian, African and European cultures Unique blending of Amerindian, African and European cultures Approx. ¾ of population is of African descent Approx. ¾ of population is of African/


The Civil Rights Movement: Heroes, Sheroes, and the Struggle for Equitable Citizenship.

response to state and local reforms). Unit Standards Alignment National Standards Culture Time, Continuity, and Change People, Places, and Environments Individual Development/class. Begin with student discussion and read from from The Civil Rights Movement for Kids (chapter 4 “ If Not Us, Then Who? ” Freedom Riders, /Someplace Special. Antheneum books for Young Readers Simon & Schuster Children ’ s Publishing Division. (2001.) New York, NY. –A young African-American girl living in the south takes a trip to/


Culture of Anglo-America 1. Culture of the U.S. American culture is a Western culture, with influences from Europe, Canada, the Native American peoples,

, and for 81% of the population, it is the only language spoken at home. There are four major regional dialects in the United States--northeastern, south, inland /.S. culture Because of the proximity of and immigration from Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries of the Caribbean and Central and South America. Should we make kids learn both/hitting five hours a day in 2006. 8a. Popular Culture The rhythmic and lyrical styles of African American music have deeply influenced American music at large, /


Ancient Africa By: Giselle,Angelena,Liliana Ancient Africa for Kids. (n.d.). Retrieved June 03, 2016, from

rye, and legumes like peas, lentils, and chickpeas. In South America, it was potatoes, corn, squash, sweet potatoes, beans, yuca root” (Carr, 2016) (Carr 2016) Ancient Africa African art has developed from many traditions.Ancestors worship,religion,magic and /culture, white and western. The roles they had was they had introduced their continent.Africans used traditional instruments such as the drum, african maracas, the balafon, the lute and the harp.Daily life for them is sometimes rural.Daily lives for/


Human Geography of Latin America: A Blending of Cultures Latin America’s native civilizations and varied landscapes, resources, and colonial influences.

age kids in class NEXT 1 Section 2 Central America and the Caribbean NEXT 7 slides Native and Colonial Central America A Cultural Hearth Cultural hearth—/perform in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Section 3 Spanish-Speaking South America NEXT 4 slides Conquest and the End of Spanish Rule Languages Spanish-speaking nations: / forests for sugar plantations The Portuguese brought Africans to Brazil to work on the sugar cane plantations.*** SECTION 4 Continued... NEXT 5 A National Culture The People/


Canadian Society for the Study of Education Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver 31 May- 3 Jun 2008 Educational Perversion and Global.

cultural arbitrary and `symbolic violence – the way working class kids are largely taught they are crap, and upper class kids are taught they will control and inherit the earth, and some middle class kids are taught how to manage it for them; 4. argue for, propagate, organise, agitate for/for African Universities World University Rankings in a Market-driven Knowledge Society: Implications for African / Salim Vally University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Prof Kevin Vinson University of Arizona,/


Size Coastline--smooth, few harbors, poor river transportation, didn’t exactly encourage exploration on the part of Africans or of the African continent.

out from the equator both north and south--first rain forest, then savannah, /due to slash and burn techniques) Diversity—Africans speak more than 800 languages Urbanization – /cultural and ethnic boundaries, leading to war subsistence agriculture--what a large percentage of their population does, grows food for their family--70% of the people are farmers, they grow less than what was grown in the area in 1970 Extended Families—families are very important, many generations live together, having a lot of kids/


Elizabeth Brackis-Cott, PhD1

Baseline session 1 and 2 completed 195 HIV+ and 127 HIV- children completed 2 sessions of Baseline (92%) Follow-up 85% HIV+ kids 58% HIV- kids 18 Baseline Data: (206 HIV+ and 133 HIV-) Age: 9-16 yrs (51% 9-12 yrs; 49% 13-16 yrs) Gender/ across cultures We proposed and were funded to adapt and pilot test CHAMP+SA for a medical setting in South Africa CHAMP+SA Specific Aims (NINR R21 NR010474-01; PI Mellins ) Adapt a family-based intervention based on the CHAMP family program (CHAMP+SA) for South African HIV-/


REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA. Republic of South Africa Fact file Official symbols Geographical position History timeline Political structure Sights and cities.

. This colorful mix of cultures gives South Africa its nickname "rainbow nation." South Africans are passionate about music, often using song and dance to express social and political ideas. Theyre also known worldwide for their skill in sports, including rugby, cricket, golf, and soccer. In 2010, South Africa becomes the first African nation to host the World Cup Links www.southafrica.info www.kids.nationalgeographic.com www.maps/


The Sixties Largely walled out from the prosperity of the 1950’s, African Americans and Latinos campaigned to gain the freedoms denied them through widespread.

that day She had planned to resist at the next opportunity Trained for the challenge for years When she saw her opportunity she acted Plans of the Women/national guard under federal control First time since Reconstruction federal troops used in South Sit-ins: the kids take over February 1, 1960, Greensboro, NC Joseph McNeil, Francis McCain,/to take them Members began carrying guns to defend themselves Encouraged African Americans to recover their cultural roots and a new sense of identity Malcolm X Though he /


U.S. Cultural History Culture of the 60’s Baby Boom CountercultureRadicalsRevolution Civil Rights Activism To insert your company logo on this slide From.

two cars. Few kids got a car when they turned 16. Most homes, even those in the south, did not /, the manufacturers of cigarettes even suggested that their products might be good for your healthAbout 40-60% of adults smoked. And they smoked everywhere.../to take a closer, more critical look at their culture and values; the event solidified televisions central role / Francisco. "afro" hairdos and traditional West African garb."afro" hairdos and traditional West African garb. Beach movies grew in popularity, /


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with a particular community or society as was done in the study of South Harlem Such a methodological approach requires the analyst to study language within its / dont care what he say, you __ gon laugh....as long as is kids around hes gon play rough or however theyre playing. Before verbs with the /are excluded -- for the most part -- from AAVE. This is good for African-Americans because it creates a culture for them with which they can identify. African-Americans also want for their culture to be accepted/


The "Jim Crow" figure was a fixture of the minstrel shows that toured the South; a white man made up as a black man sang and mimicked stereotypical behavior.

African Americans and horse-drawn wagon in front of country store, two women stand on balcony. Aiken, South Carolina, 1900: Public baptism. Published in The African-American Mosaic, a Library of Congress resource guide for the study of black history and culture. Georgia, 1900: Nine African/, the white kids went downstairs."--Willie Wallace, Eyewitness Narrative, Natchez, MSEyewitness Narrative Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 1939: "Colored" water fountains were fixtures throughout the South during the Jim/


LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES.

LIFE & CULTURE IN AMERICA IN THE 1920S THE ROARING TWENTIES Americans on the/African Americans moving north at rapid pace. Why? Why? Jim Crow laws Jim Crow laws New job opportunities in north New job opportunities in north 1860 – 93% in south 1860 – 93% in south 1930 – 80% in south 1930 – 80% in south /high school. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. He was the voice of Mickey Mouse for two decades. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. As a kid he loved drawing and painting. He won 32 Academy/


The South and the Slavery Controversy The Slavery Issue Post Revolution- TJ and other southern leaders openly talk about freeing slaves Eli Whitney restores.

have majority of wealth in South Educate their kids in North or abroad Money allows leisure, for study, reflection, and statecraft Aristocracy= undemocratic Gap between rich and poor increases No public education, rich can send kids to North, why use tax/ 20 or more slaves Most slave separations occur on smaller farms Despite conditions, form a distinct culture Slaves and Religion Religion, mix of African and Christianity “Tell old Pharaoh, let my people go” Responsorial – congregation responds with assents/


Lesson Plan for Book 3 Table of Contents Teacher Works

The train was now only a couple of yards from the kids on the track. At that very point, Anthony threw /for Christians. Get to know some related background information so that Ss can have a better understanding its cultural connotation. Vocabulary Christianity the Creator, an African American Moses, Quaker, Bible, Methodist Bethlehem, salvation. ` Theme: Civil-Rights Heroes Unit 2 Cultural/the route where fugitive slaves made their way from the South to Canada. Coffin soon became involved in helping the /


Life at the Turn of the Century

outside the public school – for unemployed mothers 62% of white kids attended school compared to 34%/South African Americans Fight Legal Discrimination After the North lifted military authority over the South, white Southern Democrats reclaimed control and instituted laws to subject African Americans to second class citizenship Voter Restrictions For about 10 years after Reconstructions, African/: 1903 Negro Leagues founded Spread of Mass Culture Live Performances -Vaudeville – performances including song,/


Women, African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans in Science and Engineering – why so few? Women, African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.

tied for last place for women in executive leadership Among 18 peer universities, JHU tied for last place for women in executive leadership AFRICAN AMERICANS /project = teach kids about technology with toys Goal of project = teach kids about technology /2006, Prof. Ball took students to South Africa. Village women carried water from streams/culture Language Native views of science + mainstream views Navajo case studies Field trips – local environment THE SCIENCE/ENGINEERING CURRICULUM MUST BE CULTURALLY/


Population II: Migration. “African-American” vs. “European American” TRUE / FALSE: People of European descent rarely call her / himself a “European American.”

to do / can’t fill Remittances:Remittances: Send money home Kids become citizens? Born in U.S.A. Turks in Germany, /-Xo Thousands Of Foreign Students Come To the Dells For Work http://www.nbc15.com/news/headlines/Thousands_Of_Foreign_Students_Come_To_the_ Dells_For_Work_152761845.htmlhttp/Culture OtherEuropeans Belgians! There’s even a Belgium, Wisconsin! Old Belgium! African-Americans in Wisconsin Urban Areas Freedom Freedom + Industry + Industry = Opportunity = Opportunity African Americans moved from South/


The Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa: Three Cycles of Contention.

Economic problems  Growth of capitalism means need for more skilled workers 1983 Limited Political Reforms: New/Cultural resistance to Apartheid around the world New regional realities Expanding repertoires  Trade Unionism:  New consumption & worker power in black African communities  New multi-racial unions & labor orgs Black union membership jumped from 40,000 in 1975 to 247,000 in 1981 and to 1.5 million in 1985 Congress of South African/areas 2 nd gen. Urban kids rose to lead UDF  Much larger educated /


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