Start by reading Angela Davis’s a chapter from . Watch my short, 19-minute lecture on this African American female blues singers and the Harlem Renaissance. Here’s the link to watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGAcjvSDPFM Watch this excellent video about Anna May Wong, the first Asian American movie star. Watch my online lecture combing a discussion of the Great Depression and World War II. Here’s the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/xMGKfQu08mQ Here’s the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/igcymFAjYio : As always, take notes during the online lectures. These questions are here to guide you through the main ideas, to you focus. You do not have to answer all of them as you go (there are a lot this week, I realize), but answering them will you do better on the qui.z! Bonus Content: This is a good short video describing Iconic Pachuca Looks, which I talk about in my lecture on World War II. Here’s a song by Bob Dylan dedicated to George Jackson, who I reference in my short lecture on blues music. Lastly, here are a few books about the experiences of Japanese American women (and men) during World War II. I know it’s time consuming and you’re all very busy, but you could also get extra credit for reading these. by Monica Sone is a memoir about her experiences growing up Japanese American in Seattle in the 1920s and 1930s, and her experiences being sent to an internment camp during the 1940s. by Kimi Cunningham Grant In this memoir, as the author, who is biracial — Japanese and White — is trying to understand her Japanese heritage better, she asks her Japanese American grandmother, Obaachan, about her experiences being interned during World War II. by Miné Okubo is a graphic memoir about about what life was like in the internment camps. It was originally published in 1946, the year after the end of World War II.
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