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  • Holi: Significance Of Colors In Indian Culture

    What is the festival of Holi and how does it represent the significance of colors in India? The Hindu festival, observed primarily in India, is an annual celebration commemorating the beginning of spring. The two-day celebration constitutes of a bonfire the evening of the first day and dinner parties and dancing on the second day. However, the most momentous event of this celebratory occasion is the color festival. The color festival transpires on the second day, preceding the dancing and dinner…

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  • What Are The Goals Of The Civil Rights Movement

    movement of 20th century. The civil-rights movement tracks the struggle for black equality and recognition in America, even just the need for the civil-rights movement is testament to the plights faced by black people in America. Black people did not have access to the basic civil rights that should be enjoyed by every citizen in…

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  • Marcus Garvey Harlem Renaissance

    Marcus Garvey and his vision for black separatism The Harlem Renaissance flourished in the 1920’s with many black people fleeing the racial oppression of the south and creating a very vibrant culture of poetry, writing, dance, and music in New York and other northern urban areas. “This is a period when the majority of black people in the United States are born as free people- the first generation when they’re not largely born as slaves.” One prominent figure of this time was Marcus Garvey…

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  • Comparing Martin Luther King And Malcolm X

    behavior. He was known among people as a” black Klu Klux Klan” of race discrimination. It is…

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  • Analysis Of Poem About Police Violence By June Jordan

    June Jordan: Poem about Police Violence June Jordan came of age as a poet in the black arts era when the voices of female writers were biginning to be heard. Raised in the ghettos of Harlem, her work reflects her many different identities. “I am black and I am female and I am a mother and I am a bisexual and I am a nationalist and I am an antinationalist. And I mean to be full and freely all that I am.” She used her poetry for awareness of women, the poor, as well as African Americans. Her…

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  • The Lost Cat Analysis

    It is viewed this way because the heavens are usually viewed as a light, peaceful place, and black, being the opposite of this connotation, immediately lends itself to be viewed as evil. The cat initially seems harmless, and does not harm his rescuer David, but Alexie uses the cat’s dark hue to illustrate the foreboding hardship for the couple. Sharon and David’s relationship would not be the same had the cat not come between them and tainted it. Although the couple ends up living a happy life,…

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  • Bohemian Mix: Young Influential, Young Digerati

    Material (lipstick): pure natural material with moister in it • Outer package: black color metal tube with black color leather outside that covers the bottom part of the tube. • Packaging box: normal paper box • Green: material use all natural, tube and paper box can be recycle For Bohemian mix group I chose the color more toward the pink coral, it helps complexion of faces. And the design of the lipstick tube is all black, the…

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  • Vincent Van Gogh Cafe Terrace At Night Analysis

    wavelength (Dewitte, Larmann, Shields 92). Implied Texture is displayed throughout this canvas. Implied texture is texture we have experienced from our own tactile memory (Dewitte, Larmann, Shields 73). As we look at the ground we can observe the black bumps Van Gogh has created. These bumps give the ground a spherical style on the surface, which…

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  • Perception Of Color Stereotypes

    a very young age by our predecessors; our parents, our society, history, even by the very nature of being human. Our perceptions define our realities, and when we are afraid of the dark or the blackness that is inside our cores, our perceptions of black and white change. Explanation as I perceive it are…

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  • Compare And Contrast Political Cartoon

    there is a black box in the upper left-hand corner which contains the capitalized words “What Gun Nuts Fear:” in red letters. In the center of this frame we see…

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