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He had Black History MonthIn honor of Black History Month, we are going to examine poetry, non-fiction, and fiction of prominent Black Voices in America from past and present.After the reading and viewing of Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb, complete this poem analysis chart.StepOutcome (Include evidence from text.)Step 1:Read the Title What does it mean? Take a look at the title and reflect on what it means:Referencing challenges that one may faceStep 2:After initial reading, what do you think the poem is trying to say?That we are at a dark point but we must rise again as we mustn't always be in darknessStep 3:Identify the meaning and context of words you are not familiar with throughout the poem.Didn't see anyStep 4:Paraphrase the poem stanza by stanza.Starts with a symbolic sun rise as a dawn of a new era arises. The usage of we collects all the citizens of the US as one.There is reference to the upbringing of Coronavirus as a global pandemic in the US.