The 2016 documentary No Más Bebés/No More Babies examines the case of Latinx women who were coercively sterilized at Los Angeles County Medical Center in the 1960s and 1970s. In what ways (if any) did Madrigal v. Quilligan differ from the time of Buck v. Bell? What connections (if any) do you see between concerns about population control and family planning in the 1960s/70s and eugenicist ideas from the early twentieth century? Make sure to incorporate information from either Alexandra Minna Stern’s article (“Sterilized in the Name of Public Health”) or the lecture/PowerPoint presentation in your response. Your response should be at least 200 words.
In your Final Essay Examination, you must address five (5) of the following six (6) essay topics. Each essay should be approximately 500 words (2 pages, double-spaced). You should properly cite all of your sources in APA or Chicago/Turabian format, including textbooks and any other sources you may use.How did leaders like Booker T. Washington, Ida B. Wells and W.E.B DuBois shape African American thought at the turn of the century? Compare and contrast their backgrounds and perspectives.Use this digital interactive (Links to an external site.) as a source to draw conclusions about the impact of the Great Migration of the early to mid-20th century on African American communities. Why did African Americans leave the South, where did they settle, and why?Source: Gregory, J.N. (2015). America’s great migrations (Links to an external site.). In Mapping American social…
Examine the effect of economic crises in the 1970s and 1980s on African American society and race relations in the United States (CO#3).You have now read about the economic crises after 1970 and the impact this period had on African Americans.Based on what you have read, post a response to the following:How did the economic crises after 1970 impact the gains made in the 1960s by most black Americans?Substantiate your posting with references to historical events.Post your primary response in a minimum of 125 words. Be sure to review your writing for grammar and spelling before posting.
Discuss the current state of racism in the United States and the effect of President Obama’s election (CO#3). In this module you read President Barack Obama’s First Inaugural address. As the first African American president in US history, his inauguration signaled a watershed event in African American history. Consider now what you have learned about the state of race and racism in American in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Based on your readings, respond to the following:With the inauguration of President Barack Obama in 2009, do you think the struggle for African American equality is over? Why or why not? Substantiate your posting with references to historical events and actions.Post your primary response in a minimum of 125 words. Be sure to review your writing for grammar and spelling before posting.
I have attached the instructions in one word doc and the other is where you will write the paper. Please read the instructions carefully and please do not plagarize. I want my observational question to be something simple and that we see everyday outside. Do not make it scientific. Read the examples the professor types. Thank you for your help.
It is critical to synthesize all of the knowledge, skills, and abilities of nursing into an integrated whole that moves nurses from task completers to an overall demonstration of compassion and caring.Thinking of nursing first as a job of caring and making a difference, as well as the work of giving medications on time, checking an X-ray to see if the doctor needs to be called, or taking an admission at 2:00 a.m. with a smile on our faces, reminds us of the synthesized whole of nursing work.Write a reflection about this thought. Incorporate elements from this modules objectives, as well as what you have learned in this course about leadership. You may include personal experiences and professional opinions if you wish.
Your essay must:A) have an argument or thesis,B) support or prove the thesis with factual evidence from both Places of Encounter and Traditions and Encounters (do NOT use outside sources),C) use at least two primary source documents from either book to support the argument,D) be free of grammatical and typographic errors,E) be between 500 and 1,500 words,andF) show clear organizational structure (introduction, supporting paragraphs, and conclusion).your essay must properly cite the primary sources and textbook using the Chicago Manual of Styles Notes and Bibliography format. Please use the Notes and Bibliography format (found here: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.), paying special attention to the subsection Chapter of an edited volume originally published elsewhere (as in primary sources). You do NOT need a title page or a works cited page, but you must footnote your…
Summarize the Original Research article in 5-8 sentences using a quantitative description. The summary should clearly describe the work to someone who is unfamiliar with this research. Do NOT copy word for word - you should paraphrase. Do NOT use quotes. Your summary should be substantial with important data, findings, and conclusionsDO NOT COPY THE ABSTRACTLink to the article:
Read and reflected on the readings listed below:1-Discuss one or two key concepts that resonated most with you.2-Share your experiences related to these concepts and discuss how you might use these concepts to help you grow professionally (Currently a mathematics teacher that is very involved in the school)Be sure to answer 1&2 thoroughly and appropriately; focus on referenced readings; and support your discussion with the inclusion of scholarly, peer reviewed material. [Must use a minimum of 2 APA in-text citations, use refrenced readings]Readings:-Chapter 10: Hollowell, D., Middaugh, M., & Sibolski, E. (2010). Integrating higher education planning and assessment.https://www.losmedanos.edu/planning/documents/IntegratingHigherEducationPlanning.pdf-Section nine: A practical guide to strategic planning in higher educationhttps://blogs.nwic.edu/strategicplan/files/2016/04/Guide_Strategic-Planning_Higher-Ed_Hinton.pdf-Chapter 1: Inclusive leadership in higher education (chapter 1)https://books.google.com/books?id=yJouDwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false-Pages 6-12: Shared leadership in higher educationhttps://www.acenet.edu/Documents/Shared-Leadership-in-Higher-Education.pdf
If you plan to select an article from the NBC News "Think" site, give me the link to the article and tell me in at least 400 words what you might argue about that topic. If you plan to select your own topic, it must be something personal to you--for example, something happening in your neighborhood, at work, in a class, in your family, etc. This topic must be something challenging and puzzling to you, something you are not initially ready to take a position on. Also, the topic must be genuinely debatable from multiple positions and something you are able to do research about in our library databases (so check that out before you write your proposal). The…