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Benjamin Franklin vs. Olaudah Equiano (African)/ Comparative Autobiographies
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A 5 page paper that compares the autobiographies of Benjamin Franklin and Olaudah Equiano. This paper considers the way in which each many writes about their cultures, society considerations, and difficult problems in America and Africa. Franklin's authobiography is set in the context of U.S. history, while Equiano's is based in the historical perspective of European and American slave trade. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Equiano.doc

Maya Angelou/All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes
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A 5 page analysis of All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes by Maya Angelou, which is the fifth volume in her serial autobiography. This volume is an account of Angelou's experiences in Ghana in the early 1960s. This narrative relates how Angelou found a job teaching at the University of Ghana and began working as an editor. While the narrative naturally includes the details of where Angelou worked, and the major details of her life, the motivating force behind the book is how Angelou worked to relate emotionally to Ghana and her African heritage. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 99agcnts.rtf

Aids in Zimbabwe
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6 pages in length. Zimbabwe is in the midst of one of the most serious AIDS epidemics in the world. This paper takes a look at the AIDS in Zimbabwe, sex education in their schools, and government programs, all of which are trying to slow the spread of this deadly disease. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAaidsz.wps

Symbolism in African Art
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A 6 page paper which examines the definition of symbolism in African art through masks and other three-dimensional work. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BBafrart.rtf

'Heart of Darkness' and 'An Image of Africa'
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3 pages in length. Authors Joseph Conrad and Chinua Achebe take us on emotional journeys into their works. The writer describes the talent with which these two authors transport us into their world. We read about the real people of Africa, their emotions and sometimes violent tendencies in their daily survival. These are books about real life; while the characters may be fictional, one infers from the emotions that drive both authors that most of these things have happened or could easily happen and are not simply fantasy. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: JGAacheb.wps

!Kung San: Cultural Change
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5 pages in length. Before the white man's social infiltration, the !Kung San were a nomadic people content to live their lives without any of the modern conveniences so readily associated with many parts of the world; in fact, there was little knowledge beyond their immediate villages as to what technological advancement actually meant. Theirs was a simple yet satisfying hunter/gatherer lifestyle perpetuated generation after generation with no external intrusion or forced cultural assimilation – until the white man arrived. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCKung2.rtf

!Kung San: Environmental Degradation
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14 pages in length. The !Kung San of Namibia have endured a lifetime of struggle and strife, much of which has been at the hands of colonization. After being forced to abandon their traditional way of life and become dependent upon government handouts, Bushmen – whose practice of hunting and gathering has long been an important part of the ecosystem for thousands of years – have yet another catastrophic issue to deal with that threatens their very survival: environmental degradation. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: TLC!Kung.rtf

“Africa and the New World Order”: A Discussion of Africa’s Potential for Influencing International Affairs in the Twenty-First Century
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A 6 page evaluation of Africa’s chances of exerting international influence in the Twenty-First Century. The author of this paper asserts that the political division of the continent serves as the most obvious deterrent to Africa becoming internationally influential. Africa’s history in effect can be used to predict her immediate future and it is unlikely that she can overcome internal strife and political division to become a world influence. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPafr21C.rtf


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