Choose a moment we have discussed in class and write a paper that argues how this moment significantly altered race, ethnicity, or gender relations in the United States. Use at least three pieces of evidence to support your claim.
Be specific in the moment you choose. Decades-long events, like slavery or the Great Migration, would be too large and vague. If you’d like to write about those topics, pick a distinct moment (like the sale of the first Africans in Virginia in 1619) and argue that moment proved important to history.
Consider people’s choices. Nothing was destined, or "had", to happen. People made real choices that had lasting effects and other people reacted to those choices.
It doesn’t have to be a huge change. Not everything we discussed was life-or-death, or drastically altering lives for generations to come. You can write about subtle shifts in the culture, or how only small parts of people’s lives change
This paper will be shorter than the midterm essay, but I’d still like you to structure your thesis as an argument. 700 to 1000 words, typed, double spaced
There must be at least three citations in the paper and the Takaki book must be at least one of the sources used.
Ronald Takaki, A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America. 2008.
I included a slideshow of the women’s suffrage moment which I chose as the topic for the essay
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