Black people

1.) What new possibilities of being are you thinking about given your exposure to this curriculum? In other words, now that you have spent a semester studying the ways Black people have been controlled by various societal structures, and simultaneously, the ways they have sought to experience life on their own terms, what will this mean for how you live your life moving forward? (Approximately 2-3 pages) Cite at minimum 4 readings.
2.) Using the article we read earlier in the semester, Against the Dark: Anti-blackness in Education Policy and Discourse, examine Miami University with an anti-blackness lens. Specifically, where and/or how does anti-blackness show up at Miami. Thinking about self-definition, how might self-definition support students in the midst of anti-blackness? a. (Approximately 3-4 pages) Cite at minimum 4 readings.

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