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ROSA PARKS'S AND ANGELA DAVIS'S CHILDHOOD REVISITED

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The exploration of Rosa Parks's Rosa Parks: My Story and Angela Davis's Angela Davis: An Autobiography reveals not only ... Weiterlesen
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The exploration of Rosa Parks's Rosa Parks: My Story and Angela Davis's Angela Davis: An Autobiography reveals not only how these two female characters had experienced a traumatic childhood, but also all African American children on the American soil. Their experience of racism, segregation and discrimination at early ages, the reinforcement of Jim Crow laws, and the Ku Klux Klan's actions in the black communities are shades that have affected their lives. The poor education they receive show their personal position of inferiority as African American children in the United States. Obviously, growing up in the South of this country whose social and political architecture is based on the segregated system, promoting white supremacy endorses the weight of their dark childhood charged with fear, psychosis and trauma.

Autorentext

Gérald Mayouma Mankou and Hubert Franck Lylian Massala are both Congolese and lecturers of American literature and civilization at Université Marien Ngouabi. They both spearhead the Congolese Association for the Spread of American Literature and Civilization.



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The exploration of Rosa Parks's Rosa Parks: My Story and Angela Davis's Angela Davis: An Autobiography reveals not only how these two female characters had experienced a traumatic childhood, but also all African American children on the American soil. Their experience of racism, segregation and discrimination at early ages, the reinforcement of Jim Crow laws, and the Ku Klux Klan's actions in the black communities are shades that have affected their lives. The poor education they receive show their personal position of inferiority as African American children in the United States. Obviously, growing up in the South of this country whose social and political architecture is based on the segregated system, promoting white supremacy endorses the weight of their dark childhood charged with fear, psychosis and trauma.

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Titel: ROSA PARKS'S AND ANGELA DAVIS'S CHILDHOOD REVISITED
Untertitel: A STUDY OF ROSA PARKS: MY STORY AND ANGELA DAVIS: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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EAN: 9786138931317
ISBN: 978-613-8-93131-7
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Mathematik
Anzahl Seiten: 80
Gewicht: g
Größe: H220mm x B220mm x T150mm
Veröffentlichung: 26.06.2020
Jahr: 2020