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    intimate scene between two female lover, but monkey watching in the back to represent the devil/sin which was how traditionalist society viewed those of the same sex being together during those times. These two figures can also be seen sitting in the tub of What the Water Gave Me. Kahlo’s sexuality was an integral a part of her life, and she even continued having relationships with females during her marriage to Diego Rivera, including one with Josephine Baker. The two had much in common: both Frida and Josephine were immensely talented at what they did, both were very passionate about political issues and social reforms, and both were very independent - Frida insisted on never accepting financial support from anyone, including her husband and Josephine was never afraid to leave a relationship/husband when she felt like her happiness and needs were not being fulfilled. Kahlo and Josephine may have cared about what people thought about their craft, but they couldn 't careless about what people thought about them and after a performance by Baker one night in a Parisian nightclub the two slept together. Despite how passionate any of her affairs were, there was one person that truly had Kahlo’s heart,Diego Rivera.It is rumored that Frida told one of her friends that one day she would have Diego’s baby after the two first met in 1922 when Frida was a student at the National Preparatory School and Diego was an artist working on a peice in the school’s lecture halled entitled,…

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    There is a difference between limitations and privileges when it comes down to equal opportunity. Unfortunately, the effect on two potentiating American artist was limited to carry out their dreams due to the Jim Crow era. The sensational Josephine Baker and brave Langston Hughes embarked on establishing a better life in France. Their identities in America were oppressed and rights were stripped away because of the pigmentation of their skin. It was easy to segregate facilities amongst different…

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    Josephine Baker Monologue

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    Hello, it is me Josephine Baker not many people knew but my real name was Frida Josephine McDonald. I was born on June 3rd 1906 in St. Louis, Missouri. Most people in the 1900 always think that you had to be born into wealth and fame, but not me. My family was very poor so I had to work for my own money. I babysat for the wealthy and waited on them. With having to always work for my money it made me independent and I did not need to rely on anyone to take care of me. I ran away when I was 13…

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    CONCLUSION The objectification of Josephine Baker that plays out in this project is demonstrated by the orchestration that takes place in the use of the pool as an “entertainment” centre, the selection of entry points into the pool and “pedestalisation” of the pool using structure. Later, the texts that attempt to criticise the project further objectify Josephine Baker by using “other”-ing words. The pool is the object of the guest’s gaze due to its structural and spatial hierarchy. The…

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    Josephine Baker, who is known for her famous "Speech at the March on Washington", ran away very young after she was burned out of her house. Some may run to a friends, maybe a family members. She ran to France. She loved Paris very much and was treated "like a free women so far from home..." Baker explains. Although she loved France, she longed for home, so she left on the first ship back to America. When she got back home, it wasn’t long before she was treated horribly and realized how unfair…

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    believe is right. In “The Speech at the March on Washington” by Josephine Baker and “From Letter to Viceroy, Lord Irwin” by Mahatma Gandhi, each article passionately argues about the equality and power of an education along with the mistreatment of those who stand up for what they believe is right. Thus, in order to achieve true freedom one must get past non-violence to find a solution through peaceful protest. To begin with, one must act through peaceful protest and get past non-violence to…

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    their skin. Propaganda, scare tactics, and other techniques have been used towards them to help the dominant group maintain dominance over the general population. This essay is to demonstrates the idea of contact zone which to Pratt, “cultures meet, clash, and grapple with each other.” In 1963, Josephine Baker, presented a speech at the March On Washington, a march for jobs and freedom. In her speech she had discussed the different trials and discrimination she had to face as a black woman. One…

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    People have very different views on what constitutes freedom. There have been many people over the years who have fought for freedom and rights that have not been given to them. People like Martin Luther King Jr, Gandhi and Josephine Baker are just a few. They fought for equal rights no matter the color of someone's skin and for the ability do what they want when they want. They protested in a 100% non-violent way. All people should be given the same rights no matter the color of their skin or…

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    known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Fannie Lou Hamer, Ella Baker, Martin Luther King Jr., Frederick Douglass, and W.E.B. Du Bois.…

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    We have assessed Mazzetti’s current competitive strategy in the market. Some of their strengths include their well-established presence in the local community, their customizable services for specialty items, and their retention/consistency of their employees. Their brand is their greatest strength, but suffers to their lack of marketing. Without consistent marketing efforts, Mazzetti’s is unable to compete with others for the attraction of customers. Another weakness is their size and…

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