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Answer the follow question: Is there a single or primary “hero” in the story of the murder of Emmett Till? If so, who? If not, why not? You must draw on at least 4 primary sources to make your argument.
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Explain your concept of effective and use at least two examples as support of your opinion.

Determine which of the methods of crowd control used by the Roman Empire was the most effective (‘Bread’ or ‘Circus’). Explain your concept of effective and use at least two examples as support of your opinion.

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<who is the “mississippi mother,” or to whom does that phrase refer?

I. Gwendolyn Brook, Poetry
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“A Bronzeville Mother Loiters in Mississippi. Meanwhile, a Mississippi Mother Burns Bacon” (1960)
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Who is the “Bronzeville Mother,” or to whom does that phrase refer?
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Who is the “Mississippi Mother,” or to whom does that phrase refer?
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Who is the “Fine Prince”?
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Who is the “Dark Villain”?
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What does the poem tell readers about the “she” or the “her” at the center of the poem? (name at least two for each). More specifically: A. What are some of her actions- or things that she does- over the course of the poem? B. What are some of her thoughts–or emotions that she feels– over the course of the poem? C. What does the reader learn about her and her life? D. How is the reader invited to feel about this character? What emotions do you think the poet is trying to evoke? (And how do you feel reading about her?)
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“The Last Quatrain Of the Ballad of Emmett Till” (1960)
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Name 2-3 adjectives, or descriptive words that Brooks uses in these 10 lines.
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Who is the “cast” of this poem?
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II. Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris, songs
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1. 1. “The Death of Emmett Till,” Bob Dylan (1962)
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2. 2. “My Name is Emmett Till,” Emmylou Harris (2011)
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3. What do any of these primary sources have to do with chapter 1 from Timothy Tyson?

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<all written assignments are a mandatory minimum of 250-300 words, grammar and spell-checked.

Describe African American and Latinx health beliefs that help and/or hinder a healthy lifestyle.
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All written assignments are a mandatory minimum of 250-300 words, grammar and spell-checked. If more than one source is used, citations throughout the text are mandatory. Include a Works Cited line at the end of the essay.

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include images as well please, slides in spanish language not english. They must include the following contents:
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Where, how and when was it created?
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– Parts of the Constitution: Preamble, articles and amendments (explained): bill of Rights.
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Answer the question below. Your responses should be well thought out and include details and examples. Development of your ideas should be obvious and you should answer all parts of the question you choose.
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1. Without the French alliance, would the American rebellion have succeeded? Why or why not?

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Review and revise paper and fix edits and make revisions to it.

Review and revise paper and fix edits and make revisions to it. Focuses on the trial between Emmett and identify and focus specifically on one primary source and carefully analyze that one source.

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As an assignment determine which of these three problems faced by the romans (internal chaos, political division, and economic issues) was the greatest danger to the roman empire.

As an assignment determine which of these three problems faced by the Romans (Internal chaos, political division, and economic issues) was the greatest danger to the Roman Empire. Explain your opinion and support your idea with at least two historical examples

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After reading Give Me Liberty! Chapter 13: The Rise of the Republican Party, The Emergence of Lincoln, & The Impending Crisis (pp. 498-518) and watching Lectures 6-4, 6-5, 6-6, please write an essay in which you respond to the following prompt:
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Suppose you were a newspaper columnist who lived and worked in Boston, Massachusetts. Write an editorial dated April 15, 1861 in which you hypothesize how the Civil War will turn out. In your editorial, please be sure to explain the historical strengths and weaknesses of the Union and the Confederacy on the eve of the Civil War.
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Your essay should be typed, double-spaced, and at least 500 words in length. You must submit the essay as a Word of PDF document by 11:59 on Sunday.
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Please only use the course materials (lectures, readings, videos) to prepare your essay. Pulling material from the Internet without attribution will result in a grade of zero for this assignment.
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