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  • An Argument in Support of Affirmative Action
This paper will discuss the aspects of Affirmative Action that support racial tolerance in the workplace. By understanding how this benefits people of color, we will argue for its validity.
  • An impact of a literary work
The paper discusses an impact of a literary work on a personality. It uses statistics help and proves that many things have an impact on people and their perception of the world around, and it is impossible to ignore this impact, because it changes people, even if they do not think so. The paper discusses in detail the ways of such influence on the example of Coehlo's book "Eleven Minutes".

  • An Essay on Fredrick Douglass' Narrative.
This paper is a sketch detailing Fredrick Douglass's life. It details his working relationships with his slave-holding families, and discusses how his story is a fair depiction of slavery.

  • An Examination of Motivation Among African American Males of Junior High School Age in A Culturally Responsive Curriculum.
This paper defines and describes some select elements of education that could possibly contribute the "black- white academic gap" of scholastic performance between African- American and white male students. The critical and the interpretive models are used to accomplish these goals.


  • An Overview of Slavery
Slavery is a concept that has been in place for thousands of years, in human society. Slavery existed as early as the Shang dynasty in China, in 18th – 12th century BC (Historical Study). Slavery, in its most generic sense refers to forced labor. Most often, anyone functioning as a servant, within the ancient world, was a slave. There are several forms of slavery, or servitude, which are sometimes indistinguishable from one another. Serfdom, debt bondage, indentured service, peonage, and corvée are all forms of servitude, similar to slavery, and all were utilized for generations (Slavery and Serfdom).

  • An interpretation of king lear for the 21st century
In this essay topic an online essay writer provides an interpretation of Shakespeare's play King Lear for the audience of 21st century. It identifies several key issues and discusses how they might be understood in the original cultural context of this particular play. The chosen issues greatly resonate with today's cultural and social concerns, revealing new notions and ideas.

  • Annotated Bibliography on Martin Luther King Jr.
This paper will present an annotated bibliography for Martin Luther King. By showing his many sides in articles of critical analysis, we can see how held many fine qualities in his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement.

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