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    thing in the morning is to prepare an outfit for the day. Generally when I am getting dressed I think about the weather, what classes I have to attend, and how I am feeling in general. If I am a bit down and just want to be left alone, I will wear black so I don’t stick out, but I still look like I tried to get dressed and look presentable. If I am in a good, happy mood, then I will go with a lighter color such as blue or orange. When getting dressed in the morning, have you ever realized that…

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    lightning. This advertisement I have chosen to analyze is for New 5 Gum. The background for the page is black. At the top of the page, there is the phrase, “Ever stand where lightning just struck?” in white writing.…

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    Cuddle's Autobiography

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    She was my everything. She was my best friend, she was black, and grey, and she had really pretty sparkly hazel eyes that could brighten anyone’s day. Her name was cuddles because her favorite thing to was cuddle. Cuddles had 2 litters of kittens, her first litter was born on September 12, 2013 and she had 4 kittens and when they turned 6 weeks we gave them away but kept one of the boys and named him mittens, he was my mom’s cat. When she had her 2 litter it was on September 27, 2014 and she had…

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    Ivey's Intricacies

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    “I don’t know how it works, but it works.” Inadvertently, lead singer Millie Perks perfectly encapsulates the essence of emerging Gold Coast indie-rock band IVEY. Nominally, Millie is referring to the intricacies of IVEY’s song writing process; offering a mere throwaway line, before providing deeper analysis. However, underlying this, she indicates something far more resonant. She’s right, IVEY are a paradox, and yet incredibly simple. Ostensibly, their prosperity seems unlikely, having to…

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    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 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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    The Black Arts Movement left a lasting impression not only on African-American culture, but on all American cultures. “…criticized as misogynist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, and racially exclusive, the Black Arts movement is also credited with inciting a new generation of poets, writers, and artists” (A Brief Guide to the Black Arts Movement). The Black Arts movement is dated from approximately 1960 to 1970, coinciding with the Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam, and the…

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    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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    Malcolm X: A Hero

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    he showed great leadership. He led the civil rights movement with Martin Luther King. He led thousands of people in the New York School Boycott. Where they boycotted because they wanted school integration. He also gave a speech about him being a black nationalist and himself being a major role in the civil rights movement. Malcolm X was also selfless. Malcolm X was a broke barriers.…

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    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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