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Answered a Question in Why We Can't Wait
The book Why We Can't Wait, published in 1964, is Martin Luther King Jr.'s most developed written expression of his vision for the African American civil rights movement. Taking up the mantle of...
Answered a Question in Notes of a Native Son
We take our shape, it is true, within and against that cage of reality bequeathed us at our birth; and yet it is precisely through our dependence on this reality that we are most endlessly...
Answered a Question in Globalization and Technological Advancements
This question is difficult to answer because its terms are somewhat vague. "Globalization" is a popular term most frequently used to describe the expansion and integration of the world economy...
Answered a Question in We Were Eight Years in Power
We Were Eight Years in Power is a book published in 2017 and written by Ta-Nehisi Coates, an African American author. Although the book consists of essays reprinted from magazines, the collection...
Answered a Question in History
Here's one citizen's list of the four most significant events contributing to social advances for women and racial/ethnic minorities in the United States: 1) The Civil War, fought over sectional...
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