You must write a5-page research paper on Black History. The paper must be typed in MLA format. be 12 point font, times new roman, double spaced. You must use 5 Must sources, and one must NOT be a website. You must also have at least 5 citations throughout the paper. The paper should tell the story of Black History in your view point. You can go as far back as Ancient Egyptian History to present day. Also, in the paper you must portray your viewpoint of the events that you place in your paper. The paper must be submitted on blackbaud as well as a hard copy turned in. Second Part: You must pick a person throughout Black History that you would like to know more information about. You will write a 2 page biography on the person, using MLA format. Must be 12 point font, times new roman, double spaced. You must use 3 sources, and one must NOT be a website, You must also have at least 3 citations throughout the paper, The paper should tell the story of the individual and why they are important to Black History. The paper must be submitted on blackbaud as well as a hard copy turned in. Third Part: We will be having a living museum where you will portray your Black History selection. You will have to dress up as the person and prepare a 30-60 second speech on the person to be recited on the day of the museum. You must also make a posterlvisual to go in your station at the museum with information on your person.
This paper is an overview of the black history or the African-American history. The research paper presents an examination of the experience of the African-American in America. It gives an understanding of the role blacks played in the American history. It traces the experience from their way back in Africa. The analysis focuses on the various economic, political and socio-cultural methods the African-American employed to survive in the hostile conditions and also explain a bit about how black slavery was central to the politics of the new nation.
During the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, there were thousands of people from different cultures, languages and ethnic groups that got brought to the New World from various regions across Africa. Before the slave trade in the centuries of AD 1000 to 1500, there was the spread of metal working; this was as a result of the growth in trade inside West Africa and across the Sahara region in North Africa. The prosperity of the market led to rising cities, towns and markets. Most of the West African communities worked out ways of organizing the life of their communities and enforced some laws and order. There was the growth of cities, and there was an accumulation of wealth, this period was known as the golden age due to its fruitful nature.
The old West Africa had gold and ivory as their source of wealth, this was much desired by the people of...