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Annotated bibliography on black history references

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Bryant, N. (2017, January 10). Barack Obama legacy: Did he improve US race relations? BBC
News. Retrieved fromhttp://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38536668
The articles talks about the journey of the Black people from the time President Obama was born
in 1961. From the times when America was largely segregated till now when Black man
occupies the Oval Office, the article illustrates how far the Black Americans have come
with the fight for inclusion to the American society. The article also relates the historic
moment when President Obama was inaugurated into the White House with Luther King
Jnr’s “I have a dream” speech. Therefore, this article was significant in relating the
history of Black Americans and how far they have come in my research paper.
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Davis, M. (2016). Upside Down: How the Left Turned Right Into Wrong, Truth Into Lies, and
Good Into Bad. Regnery Publish.
The book illustrates some of the inhumane and brutal treatment the Black people have gone
through such as slavery. The book therefore trails down how the master who was the
white people felt about their slaves. However, it seems that the writer of the book seems
to support the heinous acts Black people had to endure while stating it was necessary for
the economy. This book is significant as material for my research because it show the
extents the White masters went just to ensure Black people stayed below them in every
respect, economically, socially, educationally etc.

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In Gallagher, C. A., & In Lippard, C. D. (2014). Race and racism in the United States: An
encyclopedia of the American mosaic. Santa Barbara, California : Greenwood
This material illustrates on the different relations between the races in American society. It
uncovers the buried facts on racisms and states that it’s still a living fact. Moreover, it
ponders on old wounds that re yet to heal, and new forms of racism are taking shape and
the role Racism has played since the founding of the nation. The material is significant in
my research as it uncovers every facet of race relations and how it has stood out, its
effects on a nation.
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Hartman, G. R., Mersky, R. M., Tate, C. L., & United States. (2004). Landmark Supreme Court
cases: The most influential decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. New
York: Facts on File.
The book is an illustration of all the landmark Supreme Court cases that have taken place in the
US. Among them are some which were significant in the fight against racism, civil
injustices, educational and economic discrimination. Among them is Brown v. Board of
Education Supreme Court which was critical in the fight against segregation. The material
is useful for my research as it narrates the strides the Black people made and the factors
that pushed for them to secure their inclusion into the America system, economically,
educationally, politically etc.

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Running Head: BLACK HISTORY 1 Annotated Bibliography 1 Bryant, N. (2017, January 10). Barack Obama legacy: Did he improve US race relations? BBC News. Retrieved fromhttp://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38536668 The articles talks about the journey of the Black people from the time President Obama was born in 1961. From the times when America was largely segregated till now when Black man occupies the Oval Office, the article illustrates how far the Black Americans have come with the fight for inclusion to the American society. The article also relates the historic moment when President Obama was inaugurated into the White House with Luther King Jnr’s “I have a dream” speech. Therefore, this article was significant in relating the history of Black Americans and how far they have come in my research paper. 2 Davis, M. (2016). Upside Down: How the Left Turned Right Into Wrong, Truth Into Lies, and Good Into Bad. Regnery Publish. The book illustrates some of the inhumane and brutal treatment the Black people have gone through such as slavery. The book therefore trails down how the master who was the white people felt about their slaves. However, it seems that the writer of the book seems to support the heinous acts Black people had to endure while stating it was necessary for the economy. This book is significant as material for my research because it show the extents the White masters went just to ensure Black people stayed below them in every respect, economically, s ...
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