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Professor Gary
HIST 1302 (Online) Essay Guide
Use your course textbook and class lecture notes as a resource.
You may also...
was the objective of this movement? What were some of the
consequences that
befell members of this movement? Discuss the l...
5. Paragraph 5: Discuss which of the two movements was more
successful. Give strong
evidence to prove your argument.
Gradi...
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HIST 1302 (Online) Essay Guide


Use your course textbook and class lecture notes as a resource. You may also use outside

sources. Include a MLA style works cited page if you choose to use additional resources.


Prompt: compare and contrast Malcom X's Black Power Movement with Martin Luther King,

Jr's Civil Rights Movement. Between the two movements, which was more successful?



This should be a five-paragraph essay. Each paragraph should be 5-8 complete sentences.

See the specific requirements below:


1. Paragraph 1: Discuss the Black Power Movement. What was it and who led it? What

was the objective of this movement? What were some of the consequences that

befell members of this movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement.

Provide examples.

2. Paragraph 2: Discuss the Civil Rights Movement. What was it and who led it? What was

the objective of this movement? What were the different groups that made up this

movement? What were some of the consequences that befell members of this

movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement. Provide examples.

3. Paragraph 3: Discuss two similarities between these two movements. Use specific

examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and

achievements.

4. Paragraph 4: Discuss two differences between these two movements. Use specific

examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and

achievements.

5. Paragraph 5: Discuss which of the two movements was more successful. Give strong

evidence to prove your argument.


Grading rubric:

http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.

pdf


Writing help: http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html



All papers must be typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, and double-

spaced.


Papers must be submitted via Canvas by the due date specified on the syllabus. Papers that

are received after this date will be deducted points each class day. Email submissions will

not be accepted.



http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html
http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html


Evelyn Mensah







Who We Are



Africare is one of the most experienced and largest African-American led non-profit international development organizations, and we are leaders in development assistance to Africa.


Since our founding in 1970, Africare has delivered more than $1 billion in assistance to tens of millions of men, women and children across the African continent.


Africare centers its develop.

Professor Gary


HIST 1302 (Online) Essay Guide


Use your course textbook and class lecture notes as a resource. You may also use outside

sources. Include a MLA style works cited page if you choose to use additional resources.


Prompt: compare and contrast Malcom X's Black Power Movement with Martin Luther King,

Jr's Civil Rights Movement. Between the two movements, which was more successful?



This should be a five-paragraph essay. Each paragraph should be 5-8 complete sentences.

See the specific requirements below:


1. Paragraph 1: Discuss the Black Power Movement. What was it and who led it? What

was the objective of this movement? What were some of the consequences that

befell members of this movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement.

Provide examples.

2. Paragraph 2: Discuss the Civil Rights Movement. What was it and who led it? What was

the objective of this movement? What were the different groups that made up this

movement? What were some of the consequences that befell members of this

movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement. Provide examples.

3. Paragraph 3: Discuss two similarities between these two movements. Use specific

examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and

achievements.

4. Paragraph 4: Discuss two differences between these two movements. Use specific

examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and

achievements.

5. Paragraph 5: Discuss which of the two movements was more successful. Give strong

evidence to prove your argument.


Grading rubric:

http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.

pdf


Writing help: http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html



All papers must be typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, and double-

spaced.


Papers must be submitted via Canvas by the due date specified on the syllabus. Papers that

are received after this date will be deducted points each class day. Email submissions will

not be accepted.



http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Department%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf
http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html
http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html


Evelyn Mensah







Who We Are



Africare is one of the most experienced and largest African-American led non-profit international development organizations, and we are leaders in development assistance to Africa.


Since our founding in 1970, Africare has delivered more than $1 billion in assistance to tens of millions of men, women and children across the African continent.


Africare centers its develop.

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  1. 1. Professor Gary HIST 1302 (Online) Essay Guide Use your course textbook and class lecture notes as a resource. You may also use outside sources. Include a MLA style works cited page if you choose to use additional resources. Prompt: compare and contrast Malcom X's Black Power Movement with Martin Luther King, Jr's Civil Rights Movement. Between the two movements, which was more successful? This should be a five-paragraph essay. Each paragraph should be 5-8 complete sentences. See the specific requirements below: 1. Paragraph 1: Discuss the Black Power Movement. What was it and who led it? What
  2. 2. was the objective of this movement? What were some of the consequences that befell members of this movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement. Provide examples. 2. Paragraph 2: Discuss the Civil Rights Movement. What was it and who led it? What was the objective of this movement? What were the different groups that made up this movement? What were some of the consequences that befell members of this movement? Discuss the limits and legacies of this movement. Provide examples. 3. Paragraph 3: Discuss two similarities between these two movements. Use specific examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and achievements. 4. Paragraph 4: Discuss two differences between these two movements. Use specific examples of movement leaders, historical events, and/or movement goals and achievements.
  3. 3. 5. Paragraph 5: Discuss which of the two movements was more successful. Give strong evidence to prove your argument. Grading rubric: http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Depart ment%20Grading%20Rubric. pdf Writing help: http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html All papers must be typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, and double- spaced. Papers must be submitted via Canvas by the due date specified on the syllabus. Papers that are received after this date will be deducted points each class day. Email submissions will not be accepted. http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Depart
  4. 4. ment%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Depart ment%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Depart ment%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf http://webs.wofford.edu/whisnantcj/handouts/History%20Depart ment%20Grading%20Rubric.pdf http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/history/resources/tips.html Evelyn Mensah Who We Are Africare is one of the most experienced and largest African- American led non-profit international development organizations, and we are leaders in development assistance to Africa. Since our founding in 1970, Africare has delivered more than $1 billion in assistance to tens of millions of men, women and children across the African continent. Africare centers its development approach around active community participation and partners with local organizations
  5. 5. to ensure institutional strengthening and capacity building. Challenges Youth Empowerment Challenge: Africa’s youth are at a critical turning point. Of the continent’s total population, more than 75% is under 35 years old, and young people there face profound challenges. The HIV & AIDS prevalence among Africans aged 15-24 is almost six times as high as the world rate. Many African youths are working, but most are employed with low wages, keeping them stuck in a cycle of poverty. Without the right opportunities, these youth are vulnerable to involvement with drugs and crime. Solution s Africare’s

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