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    In Leave it to Beaver, Ward Cleaver; the father, is the dominant head of the household and carries multiple patriarchal roles. He is the sole provider for the family, making June his wife, inferior. This connects to Robert Rutherdale’s article on fatherhood and masculinity following the baby boom of the 1940s-1960s. Rutherdale argues that “while most baby boom fathers struggled to get a foothold in the vastly improved economy of the 1950s, their successes as wage earners became a central part of their self-concepts and contributed to the generational perspectives they held of being self-made men” (1999). Rutherdale discusses that post World War, many women as men came back from war, left their jobs to raise their families; inheriting the stay at home model. With this, men went back to becoming the breadwinner and were proud to provide and…

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    Intersectionality Analysis

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    background saying, "I want to speak to the manager. Negroes can not swim in this pool." She grabs her hat and sashays away. Given a moment cinematically to breathe we see Ms. Dandridge exiting stage rear from her evening show and being met with a crew of men vigorously scrubbing the pool clean. Not only do black women feel a victory in her rebelliousness, if only for a moment, so does the black community as a whole. The collective history of black people and public water recreational spaces,…

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    Women helped with maintaining many programs such as the Clinicas and the Free food and Breakfast Programs. Women also defied society then and represented strong, gun holding women The Black Panther ended in 1982 after all the Black Panther leaders began dying one by one. Huey became disillusional and addicted to drugs.He began getting into drugs because of all the how hard it was etting to maintain a group when the FBI was constantly attacking them. On August 22, 1989, Newton was shot dead on…

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    Black Panthers Speech

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    influence spread (“10-Point Program”). The initial implementation was the start of many other forms of literature being used as catalysts for the growth of the Black Panthers. The Panthers published the recognizable Ten-Point Program in their newspaper. The 25-cent paper was a way to reach the followers across the country. Half of the profits went to printing, and the other half went to various chapters of the party (Workneh, Lilly) The paper also included moving and meaningful artwork. In…

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    The Black Panthers Party Rise and Local Influence It was the 1960’s in America and racial segregation was unbearable. Black people were being terrorize, brutalize and murder by the police in their communities. There were high depression levels of unemployment in the Black community, people of color lived in poverty where 40% of men that lived in the ghetto were paid less than 60 dollars per week. Making it impossible to support their families or bring up their children in dignity. Health care…

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    June Callwood, was social activist and journalist from Chatham Ontario, during her lifetime she wrote many different pieces, on a wide array of topics. At a young age she became one of Canadas most famous social justice activists. Her 2002 essay “Forgiveness”, talks about how forgiving is an essential aspect to living peacefully. This critique aims to break down the essays strengths and weaknesses and what could be improved upon. In this text, Callwood brings up multiple examples of when a…

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    Korean-American artist Nam June Paik is recognized throughout the world as being “The Father of Video Art” for his radical artistic perspectives and ability to use technology as a creative medium in his work. Paik’s artwork and ideals primarily encompass culture and identity. Paik is able to convey these messages through his technological views, which are intertwined with his realistic vision of society, and conceptualized in some of his most famous pieces: Electronic Super Highway, TV Garden,…

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    to act like I was completely clueless about the missing drugs. Cash was about to start his last song when he pulls a delicate woman out of the crowd and onto the stage. He gladly recites, “Everyone this is my beautiful June Carter and this next song will be performed by the both of us. Hope you guys like it.” He scoots the microphone in between June and himself and starts strumming. June has a glistening sparkle in her eye whenever the first lyrics of the song project out of her…

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    I also want to dance to “Jackson” by Johnny cash and June Carter Cash, with my husband too. I am a huge fan of country music, especially Johnny Cash and I think if we did not dance to at least one classic country song in a barn at our wedding reception it would be some sort of blasphemy. As far as the father daughter dance song goes, it will be “In My Life” by the Beatles. That is my Dad’s favorite song by the Beatles, and anyone that knows me knows I am obsessed with the Beatles, especially…

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    A year later Cash & Carter became new weds. June was the high light of Cash’s life. Not only did she sing with him on the stage but she helped him get off drugs and stop drinking as well as Cash becoming a devout Christian fundamentalist. In 1969, Cash began hosting The Johnny Cash Show, a TV variety series that showcased contemporary musicians including his wife. The same year his show debuted, Cash also took home two Grammy Awards for the live album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison. The album was…

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