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  1. Read your assigned texts for your presentation.
  2. Take copious notes on theories and concepts using the worksheets in the Critical Reading folder.
  3. Do a Google search and select relevant images and video for your PowerPoint slides.
  4. Develop a PowerPoint Presentation with five-six slides unless otherwise instructed: a) part one provides an overview of the theories and concepts presented in your readings; b) part two provides possible application of these theories and concepts. Your presentation will be at least 15 minutes, but no longer than 20 minutes.
  5. Provide at least one open-ended discussion question for the class involving a theory or concept that you mastered (post-presentation).
  6. Provide at least one open-ended discussion question for the class involving a theory or concept that you do not understand–something that confuses you or evokes a negative emotion (post-presentation).
  7. Provide a references page or works cited page with all of your material you used (including images and video) or consulted, along with a 100 word abstract (summary of the presentation).
  8. Post the slide-show, abstract, criical reading worksheets and references page/works cited page to the group assignment link located in the Group Folder provided on Blackboard or located in the group assignment folde

Required Texts:

New Jim Crow, Alexander

Between the World & Me, Coates

Dog Whistle Politics, Lopez

The Black Revolution on Campus Biondi

The Black Campus Movement Kendi

From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation Taylor

Gods, Gays, and Guns Sekou

Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable Hill

Assata: An Autobiography Shakur

Required Viewing:

1. Alicia Garza. RadTalk.#LawForBlackLives Conference. August 1, 2015. Web.
2. Umi Selah. RadTalk. #LawForBlackLives Conference. August 1, 2015. Web.
3. Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, Rev. Sekou, et. al. “The State of Our Movements.”#LawForBlackLives Conference. August 1, 2015. Web.
4. Traci Blackmon, Rosa A. Clemente, Nyle Fort, Michael L. Pfleger, “Seven Last Words: Strange Fruit Speaks,” Riverside Church. February 20, 2015. Web.
5. Kiese Laymon, Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng, Brittney Cooper, Nyle Fort, Imani Henry and Frank Leon Roberts. “The Fire This Time: Ferguson and the Future of Race in America.” New York University Center For Multicultural Education and Programming, December 10, 2015. Web
6. Ashley Yates, Dante Barry, Philip Agnew, Cherrell Brown and Mychael Smith. “American Policing: Lessons on Resistance.” Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. February 18, 2015. Web.
7. Alicia Garza, “What Are Black Lives Matters Demands.” MSNBC Interview. August 2015. Web.
8. MSNBC Originals. “Queerness on the Frontlines of Black Lives Matter.” MSNBC Network. 2/19/15. Web.
9. Democracy Now. “Assata Shakur Speaks.” DemocracyNow. May 2, 2013. Web.

10. Women’s ENews, “#SayHerName Calls for Gender Inclusive Movement to End State Violence.” May 20, 2015. Web.

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