- Read your assigned texts for your presentation.
- Take copious notes on theories and concepts using the worksheets in the Critical Reading folder.
- Do a Google search and select relevant images and video for your PowerPoint slides.
a PowerPoint Presentation with five-six slides unless otherwise
instructed: a) part one provides an overview of the theories and
concepts presented in your readings; b) part two provides possible
application of these theories and concepts. Your presentation will be
at least 15 minutes, but no longer than 20 minutes.
- Provide at
least one open-ended discussion question for the class involving a
theory or concept that you mastered (post-presentation).
at least one open-ended discussion question for the class involving a
theory or concept that you do not understand–something that confuses
you or evokes a negative emotion (post-presentation).
- Provide a
references page or works cited page with all of your material you used
(including images and video) or consulted, along with a 100 word
abstract (summary of the presentation).
- Post the slide-show,
abstract, criical reading worksheets and references page/works cited
page to the group assignment link located in the Group Folder provided
on Blackboard or located in the group assignment folde
New Jim Crow, Alexander
Between the World & Me, Coates
Dog Whistle Politics, Lopez
The Black Revolution on Campus Biondi
The Black Campus Movement Kendi
From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation Taylor
Gods, Gays, and Guns Sekou
Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable Hill
Assata: An Autobiography Shakur
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