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Four black revolutionary plays: Amiri Baraka e a construção de uma dramaturgia revolucionária negra; Four black revolutionary plays: Amiri Baraka and the construction of a black revolutionary dramaturgy

Camêlo, Gerson Vieira
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/07/2010 PT
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Esta pesquisa pretende apontar a presença e a representação de elementos revolucionários nas estruturas formais das Four Black Revolutionary Plays: All Praises to the black man (Quatro Peças Revolucionárias Negras: Todos os louvores ao homem negro). Peças escritas pelo dramaturgo negro Amiri Baraka que, sobretudo nos anos sessenta, se colocou contra o establishment e produziu uma dramaturgia que pregava a valorização da cultura negra, o engajamento político e a rebeldia contra os valores do status quo branco e de parte da classe média negra norte-americana. Nossas hipóteses, aqui apresentadas, são de que a obra baraqueana é processual porque não se finda em um único período ou obra, mas guia-se por uma necessidade de mudança contínua em face dos acontecimentos históricos e sociais que o dramaturgo vivencia enquanto escreve suas peças e porque busca reescrever uma nova história e mitologia negra. Desta forma, ao procurar valorizar a negritude e os outros valores apregoados pelo movimento Black Power e pelo nacionalismo negro, Baraka desenvolve uma dramaturgia contundente que tenta abarcar as demandas da comunidade negra e que a instigue a agir coletivamente.; This paper intends to spot the presence and representation of the revolutionary elements within the formal structures of the Four Black Revolutionary Plays: All Praises to the black man. These are the plays by the black playwright Amiri Baraka who...

Artistic Production, Race, and History in Colonial Cuba, 1762-1840

Rodriguez, Linda Marie
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation addresses the works of art of two free men of color, Vicente Escobar (1762-1834) and José Antonio Aponte (date of birth unknown-1812), who lived in late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century Havana. I offer the first consideration of these two artists together in order to illuminate the scope of visual artistic practice of free people of color prior to the foundation of the fine arts academy, the Academia de San Alejandro, in 1818. Creole and Spanish elites who supported the foundation of the school expressed concern that blacks had been “dominating” the arts and excluded them from studying there. I posit that both Escobar and Aponte worked as self-aware artists prior to the elite project of the fine arts academy, which followed an unclear path after its foundation. Escobar painted the portraits of colonial society’s Spanish and creole elites. The works span the dates from 1785 to 1829. Aponte’s only known work of art – a so-called libro de pinturas (book of paintings) found in 1812 – no longer exists. However, a textual description of the book survives in the court record that documents his trial for conspiring to plan slave rebellions across the island. Aponte collaged together an array of images to depict a “universal black history” that we are now forced to imagine as the original work of art has been lost. I argue that both artists...

Tintype of Sad Young Black Girl Perched on Bench [n.d.]

Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This unhappy looking young girl is featured in an early black and white tintype photograph. The date, location and name of the photographer are unknown. This small tintype was in the possession of Iris Sloman Bell, of St. Catharines, Ontario. The Sloman - Bell families have descendants who are former slaves from the United States."Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were produced well into the twentieth century. When tintypes were finished in the same sorts of mats and cases used for ambrotypes, it can be almost impossible to distinguish which process was used without removing the image to examine the substrate." Source: American Museum of Photography http://www.photographymuseum.com/primer.html

Small Tintype of Young Black Woman, Seated [n.d.]

Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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A young woman seated with arm resting on a side table is pictured in this small black and white tintype photograph. The date, location and name of the photographer are unknown. This tintype was among the family memorabilia in the possession of Iris Sloman Bell, of St. Catharines, Ontario. The Sloman - Bell families have relatives who were former slaves from the United States. They escaped to Canada and later settled in the London and St. Catharines areas of Ontario."Tintypes were the invention of Prof. Hamilton Smith of Ohio. They begin as thin sheets of iron, covered with a layer of black paint. This serves as the base for the same iodized collodion coating and silver nitrate bath used in the ambrotype process. First made in 1856, millions were produced well into the twentieth century. When tintypes were finished in the same sorts of mats and cases used for ambrotypes, it can be almost impossible to distinguish which process was used without removing the image to examine the substrate." Source: American Museum of Photography http://www.photographymuseum.com/primer.html

Schools and the formation of Black identity during the Civil Rights Movement: Change and resistance in Holly Springs, Mississippi, 1964--1974

Callejo-Perez, David Marcos
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Desegregation of social and public spaces was the most visible result of the Civil Rights Movement. After 1960, the integration of schools in Mississippi became a source of conflict. The social change of Civil Rights attacked the social order of White Resistance that supported the state superstructure. The public schools were a place for the discovery of identity for Blacks. The integrated on of the schools caused many Whites to leave rather than be integrated with Blacks. Desegregation of schools was also a slow process because the local and state government could not enforce the decisions of the US Courts, leading Blacks to realize their place in American society could only be secured through individual action. ^ This work explains the role of schooling during the integration of the Holly Springs Separate School System. The process of forging a new identity by local Blacks is examined against the forces of social change and resistance. I addition, this work examines the perils for the Blacks as they faced the uncertainty of change in the crucial Civil Rights years between 1964 and 1974. ^ This work analyzes how the Black community dealt with the problems triggered by the desegregation of the school system in Holly Springs, of a constructed social condition...

Black Archives Public Forum at the Culmer Center, Miami, Fla.

Black Archives Systems Research Foundation of South Florida
Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //1997
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(Performers) Participants and individuals named in the forum: Derrick Davis, Executive Director of the Black Archives Systems Research Foundation of South Florida and Stephanie Wanza, Black Archives Program Coordinator, Devon Willaims, Philip Kelly, Denise Taylor, Yvonne Daily, Celeste Secour, Electra Vasolastoreefour, Jackie Bell, Urbie McKnight, Valarie Paterson, Dr. Waller, Johnny Jones, Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry, Willean Acker, Nicky Mackintosh, Michael Sanders, John Flood, Adela Washington, Helly Pace, Jose Darren, T. Willard Fair, Castell Bryan, Gladys Taylor, Opal King, Claude Pepper, Marty Fines, Jake Kislak, J. Janice, Rosa Green, C. F. Kagel, Clyde Killings, Phil Harris, Dana Dorsey, Carrie Meeks, Gwen Margolis, Dane Brady, Immanuel Anabanga, Charlie Brown, Charles Johnson, Sade Coleman

Black History Month poster of events at the University of Florida (G-43)

Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
Tipo: three dimensional object
Publicado em //1987
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(Internal Comments) [University of Florida Archives Graphics Collection: G-43]

Black and white perceptions of interracial sex: The paradox of passion

Robinson, Charles Frank, II
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
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In this work, I make three very important assertions. First, whites were fanatical about keeping black men and white women sexually separated. In the white mind, no contamination of the Caucasian race could result unless white women came into sexual contact with black men. As a result, whites used both lawful and extra-legal methods to keep black men from their white women, despite taking sexual licenses with black women. Second, whites assumed that black men desired white women sexually. This assumption increased white hysteria and strengthened the resolve of whites to keep blacks segregated and subjugated. Finally, although whites assumed that blacks wanted to sexually intermingle, black leaders repeatedly disavowed any desire to do so. Blacks were content with being black and had no aspirations of losing their color or their culture.

Black History Month

Fonte: Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center Publicador: Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This article by Willie Lee Gay discusses the origin of Black History Month originally established as Negro History Week by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926.

Newspaper article entitled "School Board Approves Resolution Endorsing Black History Month"

Fonte: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University Publicador: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Article in the Houston Post announcing that the Houston School Board members endorsed Black History Month.

Newspaper article entitled "Black History is a Misnomer"

Fonte: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University Publicador: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Article entitled "Black History is a Misnomer." The article was published in the News & Issues section of the African-American Volume 4, No. 3.

Letter to Willie Lee Gay thanking her for participating in the Black History Month program at HCCS

Walker-Griffea, Beverly
Fonte: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University Publicador: Museum of Houston and the Robert J. Terry Library at Texas Southern University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Letter from Beverly Walker-Griffea, Dean of Student Development, HCCS-Central, to Willie Lee Gay thanking her for agreeing to participate in the HCCS opening ceremony for the Black History Month program.

Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name: Black History Program, Mount Moriah Baptist Church

Gay, Willie Lee
Fonte: Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center Publicador: Museum of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan Resource Center
Tipo: Text; programs (documents)
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Black History Program, authored by Willie Lee Gay, was presented at Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Houston, TX.; The program includes a poem, "All Men Are Brothers" as well as an article about Black History Month written by Gay herself.

Freedmantown: The evolution of a black neighborhood in Houston, 1865-1880

Passey, Mary Louise
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 241 p.; application/pdf
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This thesis attempts to provide a better understanding of the urban black experience in the first decade and a half following the war by focusing on the development of a single black neighborhood called Freedmantown in Houston's Fourth Ward. In the post-Civil War period, the black population in Houston increased dramatically. Through blacks' efforts to establish themselves as property owners, Freedmantown developed into a stable, black residential neighborhood quickly after the war's end. Black residents of Freedmantown, however, did not form their own separate social community, nor did Freedmantown become the focus for the rest of the ward's black community institutions. Instead, the residents of Freedmantown remained actively involved in the larger black community of the Fourth Ward. As a result, Freedmantown's residents formed only one part of a multi-neighborhood black community, indicating that individual neighborhoods could develop and prosper without threatening the cohesiveness of the city's larger black community.

Regionalism, race, and the meaning of the Southern past: Professional history in the American South, 1896--1961

Johnson, Bethany Leigh
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 532 p.; application/pdf
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This dissertation is a study of organized, professional history in the American South centered on two formal associations: the Southern History Association (1896--1907) and the Southern Historical Association (1934--present), which sponsors the Journal of Southern History. The professional historians who led these associations emerged from the memorialization culture of the Lost Cause at the turn of the twentieth-century and formed the historical wing of the resurgent intellectual commitment to regional identity that fostered the so-called Southern Renaissance. As participant intellectuals in sectional reconciliation, constitutional disfranchisement, the Great Depression, World War II, and the incipient civil rights movement, these historians often found themselves at the center of important debates about regional identity and social change in the South. This dissertation follows the protracted intellectual and political battle first to segregate and then to integrate the southern historical profession and indeed the idea of "southern history" itself. Though largely white, these historians intended to be neither pro-Confederate, sectionally chauvinistic, nor nostalgic in motivation. Instead, they constantly negotiated between their regional devotion and their national ambition...

Politics and prayer in West Perrine, Florida: Civic social capital and the black church

Fink, Susan Oltman
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This thesis traces the mechanisms and sources responsible for the generation of civic social capital (a set of shared norms and values that promote cooperation between groups, enabling them to participate in the political process) by black churches in West Perrine, Florida. Data for this thesis includes over fifty interviews and participant observations, archival records, newspaper articles, and scholarly journals. ^ Despite the institutional racism of the first half of the twentieth century, many blacks and whites in Perrine developed levels of trust significant enough to form an integrated local governing body, evidence of high levels of csc. At mid-century, when black and white interactions ceased, Perrine's csc decreased, leading to the deterioration of Perrine's social and physical conditions. Perrine's csc increased in the 1980s by way of broad-based coalitions as Perrine's churches invested their csc in an effort to eradicate crime, clean up its neighborhood, and win back its youth. ^

Historical development of residential segregation and black housing quality in Dade County

Fernandez, Paula Beatriz
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This paper examines the relationship between the historical development of residential segregation in Black areas of Dade County and the level of housing quality in those areas. Previous literature studies the effect of hypersegregation on housing quality. Instead, this paper analyzes the nature of each Black community and the social process by which they became segregated in contrast with only hypersegregation being considered. Data were drawn from the 1990 Census of Housing and Population at the block group level for Dade County. Two indicators for housing quality were considered: crowding and rent. Six categories for Black areas in Dade County and one residual category were developed for the analysis. Regression's results show that the effect of each community on housing quality varies. For example, overcrowding goes down in first-ghetto areas when compared to second-ghetto areas, although the percentage of Blacks in both communities is about the same. ^

“Through the Lens”: Exploring Canadian History Through the Lens of Some of Canada’s Most Influential Women and Time Periods

Dominicis, Alessia; Bieber, Tena
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Outros
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This resource pack seeks to “fill in the blanks” in the Grade 10 History Curriculum, and that is; where do women fit in? The curriculum has a heavy focus on the two world wars, and the goal of working within that framework, yet exploring a different historical perspective is what this resource pack seeks to accomplish. The “Big Six” historical thinking concepts; historical significance, historical perspectives, evidence, continuity and change, cause and consequence and the ethical dimensions, are the concepts that this resource pack is built upon. We have taken that framework and created a resource pack about Canadian women’s history within that framework. Furthermore, each lesson gives attention to at least one significant Canadian female historical figure. Instead of being presented information about “women in history” as a general subject, or as a “token piece” to history, this resource pack pursues women’s history at a deeper level. We hope that by focusing attention on not only women in general, but also specific women and their achievements, students will be able to relate to these figures and connect to their learning in a more meaningful manner.; Historical thinking resource pack of 6 history lesson plans for Queen's University Faculty of Education B.Ed. course: Intermediate-Senior History.

"O meu cabelo é assim... igualzinho o da bruxa, todo armado" : hierarquização e racialização das crianças pequenininhas negras na educação infantil; "My hair is like that... just like the witch's, all busch" : hierarchization and racialization of the tiny young black children in early childhood education

Flávio Santiago
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/02/2014 PT
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As escolhas conceituais, linguísticas e políticas presentes nas páginas desta dissertação são frutos dos diferentes encontros ocorridos durante uma pesquisa etnográfica realizada no período de agosto a dezembro de 2012, em um Centro de Educação Infantil de uma cidade da região metropolitana de Campinas-SP. Trata-se de uma pesquisa envolvendo crianças pequenininhas de três anos e suas/seus docentes. O objetivo é apresentar a violência da hierarquização social capitalista fundamentada no processo de racialização sobre a construção das culturas infantis. A partir dos pressupostos teóricos da Sociologia da Infância e dos estudos das Ciências Sociais, relacionados às Relações Raciais no Brasil, procurei compreender a influência macro desse processo nas construções dos estereótipos referentes às crianças pequenininhas negras. Além disso, analiso como esse processo de racialização contribui para o afastamento da cultura e história negra das pedagogias presentes na educação infantil e na exclusão de meninas pequenininhas negras e meninos pequenininhos negros do campo social permissível às experiências relativas à aceitação do seu corpo, de sua ancestralidade. Os resultados apontam para a presença de uma pedagogia da "branquitude"...

If Selma Were Heaven: Economic Transformation and Black Freedom Struggles in the Alabama Black Belt, 1901 - 2000

Forner, Karlyn
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2014
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In Selma, Alabama in 1965, local African Americans partnered with civil rights organizations to stage a movement for voting rights. The beating of peaceful black marchers by white state troopers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge that March catapulted the city and black demands for the ballot into the national spotlight. When the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed five months later, it cemented Selma as a symbol of voting rights. Since then, Selma has become a triumphal moment in the grand narrative of American democracy and citizenship. However, the years after the voting rights movement failed to bring economic opportunities and justice for black citizens in Selma. At the end of the twentieth century, numbing unemployment, gutted houses, and government transfer payments attested to barriers left unbroken by the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. How, then, did Selma become the site of a nationally-geared campaign for voting rights, and why was the right to vote not enough to bring economic justice for African Americans?

This dissertation is a local study that spans the course of century, one that looks at Selma and Dallas County as a place with a long history shaped by white supremacy and agricultural transformation, as well as local relationships and national developments. It begins in 1901...