AAS Notes exam 2 - process of change in your community “Young Lords” group of poor Puerto Ricans in NY for poor people 13 point program Down

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Tuesday, March 23 16:20 “If we must die” poem by Claude McKay (book p.185) Booker T. Washington His ideas were read and applied to people’s lives   diaspora The New Negro Equal Free Urban     o Movement from the rural south   north Proud Uplifted     Didn’t have to act ‘as such’
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16:20 Malcom X : Ballad or Bullet speech Refers to MLK at several points as ‘uncle tom’(derogatory); uses harsh  You can use the ballad (voting) as a way to change the world; its up to the  people to pay attention to the political election Many resources we need for our communities are going abroad b/c of wars  financed by wealthy individuals who have interests involved abroad (i.e., oil)
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Unformatted text preview: process of change in your community “Young Lords”: group of poor Puerto Ricans in NY for poor people; 13 point program Down These Mean Streets Study Guide 16:20 PART 1- HARLEM 12. I think he’s harder on him because he’s the oldest AND he has dark skin He’s trying to make him stronger b/c he knows he’s going to have to grow up in a harsh world— ends up backfiring and makes piri have a very bad self-image, which affects him for the rest of his life 16:20 RESPONSIBILITY: • As black subjects with a black feminist epistemology we need to be alert and denounce patterns of oppression (outside and within out own group) (i.e. Marlon Riggs) • Social and pedagogical responsibility with others (within our families, communities, and socially) • Be alert- and not reproduce the same patterns of oppression that we criticize...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course AFR 301 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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