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Running Head: WEEK 5 DISCUSSION 1 Present Day Example Used For Social Protest Name Institutional Affiliation Date of Submission
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WEEK 5 DISCUSSION 2 Present day Example Used for Social Protest Two cases of how dark slaves utilized visual expressions as a type of challenging subjection are by painting distinctive sorts pictures. The photos portrayed what it resembled to be a slave. Slaves waiting available to be purchased in Virginia, by Eyre Crowe is an awesome oil painting that demonstrates within a subjugation sell off (Sayre, 2015). In spite of the fact that the salesperson was vexed in light of the fact that nobody would offer amid Crowe's nearness. As he cleared out he said, "you may dismiss me, yet I can recall all I have seen.'" Another illustration is the collection of memoirs that was distributed by Fredrick Douglas called, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas: An American Slave (Sayre, 2015). This was distributed in 1845 and discussed his time as a slave. I would contrast these with cutting edge on the grounds that even
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  • Summer '13
  • momanyi
  • Slavery in the United States, Sayre, social protest, Eyre Crowe, present day example, distinctive sorts pictures

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