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Transcript: TITLE Sub-title Hello! WELCOME! This is the first topic for introducing your project or idea. Replace the example slides with your own content. Use this page to outline your topics, to-dos, takeaways, etc. First things first Content Content Slides Get to the main point of your Presentation. Show and tell your idea. Topic Overview "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Precedent Use this for precedent images 01 02 03 04 05 06 01 02 Title Title Title Title Title Title 03 04 06 05 you can insert your own images, to format space plans or palette pages however you'd like! Right Click replace image. you can insert your own images, to format space plans or palette pages however you'd like! Right Click replace image. Gallery Portfolio Gallery Display a gallery of your best works Image #1 Add a short description of the image or project here. Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #2 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #3 Image #4 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #6 Image #5 Add a short description of the image or project here. Add a short description of the image or project here. Single Portfolio Item Show more details of a single project Project Details "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Timeline Timeline Slide Present important dates and events Present important dates and events 2002 Present important dates and events 2006 Present important dates and events 2020 2004 2011 Present important dates and events Present important dates and events Statistical Data Present your charts and graphs Business Item 2 Item 3 Item 1 Item 5 Item 4 Map Global Reach Use the world map to show locations Team You are Not Alone Who are the people working with you? CEO Sales Support Sue E. Marquez Gerardo M. Oliver Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Contact Contact Details How can People Get in Touch with You? @smbwarchitects www.smbw.com SMBW, PLLC SMBW Architects 804.233.5343 Hey, get in touch! Thank you! Contact Contact Details How can People Get in Touch with You? @smbwarchitects www.smbw.com SMBW, PLLC SMBW Architects 804.233.5343 Hey, get in touch! Thank you!

Black + White = Black

Transcript: Black + White = Black Lawrence Hill The media did not portray blacks the way they did for whites. It was hard for Hill to connect with his race when the media does not give him the opportunity to. The author is comparing the surprise he gets when he thinks of his identity. He is referring to himself as the prey and his thoughts of his identity as the cougar. The cougar would slowly sneak around his prey to catch his food, just like how Hill has these identity thoughts in the back of his mind. straightened their hair with a stocking cap. hard for Hill to watch television because there were not many shows that featured black race. connected with black people through writings and novels. The author argues about the difficulties of growing up as a biracial child in the 1950's Hill, L. (2001). Black + White = Black. In F, Gavin., E, Donville., D. Buchanan, & D, Vavrusa. (Eds) Effective Reading and Writing for COMM 170 and Beyond (4th edition).(pp. 66-70). Toronto, ON: Pearson Tenzing Phentok Catherine Lu Simile: “But once in awhile, just as my guard was down, questions of my own identity would leap like a cougar from the woods and take a bite out of my backside” (Hill, p 67, 6). Main Ideas The author reaches out to the reader in a second person to make a connection between the reader and himself. By asking a question, it is interacting with the audience which gets them to connect with the author more. The intended audience for this article were whites because he is trying to express how hard it is to be a mixed racial child and now as a father to three mixed racial children that he refers to as Quadroons. The author Lawrence Hill was born into a biracial family, his mom being white and his dad being black. He talks about racial discrimination he went through as a child. Introduction Rhetorical Strategies and Style Summary Reference Simile: “That identity was wrapped around them, like a smug towel, at the moment of birth”(Hill, p 67, 8). Thesis The author uses the expression to compare how his cousins were labeled as black. They were black and there was not a moment where they had to question their own identity. Whereas the author himself questioned whether he was black or white being born into a biracial family. This adds to the article because it shows that he was treated differently than his cousins were. Middle upper class in the suburbs of Toronto Hill had a best friend that was white, the mother of his friend did not give an approval of the friendship. The only black kid, not only on his street but at school which lowered his self esteem. His facial features very distinctive than his classmates He thought of himself as ugly because he did not look like the rest of community. “ Would you like to know how my children would once have been categorized, racially” (Hill, p 68, 12)? People were hard on marriage between white and black because they thought it would have bad influence on their kids. The author's struggle of finding self identity of whether he was black or white.

Black + White= Black

Transcript: Black + White= Black 2. How would the authors life be different if he grew up in a black community. There is no colour discrimination through writing and that is what the author explains through his conclusion. The conclusion is not effective because Hill explains what happened through his life, not the lives of other individuals. Definition " Frankly, larry don't you think it's terrible mixing race like that? It will ruin the children, how are they to make their way in life".( pg 66,p6) 1. Has anyone in the class dealt with racial identity? "Questions of my identity would leap like a cougar from the woods and take a bite out of my backside" (pg 67,p6) Conclusion Thesis Vocabulary My first sense of blackness, sprang from warm places.(pg 68,p15) Anything + White= Anything But White. For example, people are identified by their most dominant characteristics. For people that are not mixed, this gives the reader insight on the authors thoughts about racial identity. " In 1977, when I decided to take a year off university, I went to visit my cousins in Brooklyn before flying to Europe, which must have appeared to them a quintessentially white thing to do."(pg 67,p9) Questions 3. Why did Hills parent leave the U.S.A and move to Toronto? Bill Cosby and Flip Wilson - When the author watched these shows, he felt alive. He felt that they were speaking to him, so he ate up every bit of black writing that he could find. I believe he looked up to these icons because their shows had educational skits and heartfelt moments that happen in a day to day life of an African American. Literary Devices For example, the author mentions in the article, "you can have white parents and be considered black, but you can never have black parents and be considered white."(p68) "Without knowing exactly what I was doing, I was forming my own sense of blackness and my own connection to the black diaspora". (pg70,p23) "Quadroon women were favoured by slave owners for features deemed exotic and sexy but not too black, thank you very much"(pg68,p12) '' I think of the factors that contributed to my sense of identity, and of how malleable that sense of identity was and still is". pg 67,p10 Lawrence Hill Black + White= Black By Gerry & Sadeek Argument That identity was wrapped around them, like a snug towel, at the moment of birth. (pg 67,p8) In the beginning, the author talks about his life (Narrative). The author also compares how his life would have a different outcome if he grew up in a different community within that era (comparison) People and Events The thesis is implied. People who have mixed parents will have a harder time growing up because they don't know who they are. "The blacker the berry, the sweeter the juice, meaning the darker ones skin colour, the deeper the roots".(pg 66,p1). Quintessentially- Embodying or possessing the essence of something. Malleable- Easily influenced or controlled by people. Quadroon- different race specific in African and European mix. Diaspora- someone who is of a particular nation but lives in a different part of the world.

Black + White = Black

Transcript: Author: Lawrence Hill Lenses • He struggled with self identity • His childhood was punctuated with sayings about black people "If you're white, you're alright. If you're brown, stay around. If you're black, stay back" "the blacker the berry, the sweeter the juice" • Hill's parents moved to Toronto after they got married in Washington D.C. • He was classified as black in a white city even though he was half white • He tried to find a way to connect with the people on TV by writing • He starts living his life as an African-American Historical Criticism: Themes Racial Views in Society & Power - * How society views people of African American decent - Sense of society treating people of the black race as outcasts, as if they do not fit well in society. * Due to the negative image of African Americans, they are seen as powerless or weak. * In society once upon a time, this was a common view and such views existed while Larry was growing up and he often felt like an outsider. - “…effort to help black people believe that it was OK to be black” * Marginalizing African Americans and throwing around the word “nigger” * Society teaches black individuals they are different and not as good as white people. This influences black children growing up. * “I found that race became an issue as a result of environmental factors.” Racial limbo: being in between 2 races and not being fully accepted by either Nigger: derogatory term used to denote a person of African American descent - "there’s nothing like being called “nigger” to let you know you’re not white’" Segregation: enforced separation of different racial groups in a community or country B) In text - During his parents' early adulthood, interracial marriages were banned in America and even the federal's government cafeterias were segregated Quadroons: A) person who is part black of descent B) In text - his children were categorized as quadroons Categorized: placed in a particular class or group If you were Lawrence Hill, what race would you categorize yourself as? (answer silently and honestly) Do you unintentionally judge someone who is a different race than you? How do you think Lawrence Hill's life would have differed if he lived in an African-American society? (i.e, childhood, identity struggle, etc.) Do you think racism will ever be abolished or do you believe that it is too deeply rooted in our history making it unlikely to change? Black + White = Black Lenses Continued Personal Response Themes Continued Marxism: - learned in class how Marxism focuses on class conflict and power struggles in literature - Hill focuses on the inequality of black people - black people have always been seen as inferior to white people - ‘Gradually, my environment started making me aware that I could never truly be white—there’s nothing like being called “nigger” to let you know you’re not white’" - "You’ll be reminded of your “other-ness” more times than you can shake a stick at it. This is one of the reasons why I self- identify as black." - "They had had enough of racial divisions in their country of birth." - Oppressed because of his race - division between races Reader Response: - Article is connected to the issues of racism and segregation -- this allows each of us to bring in our own experiences and relate to it. Identity Crisis - Larry (author) did not know who he was growing up and for most of his youth. Half white and half black, equal amounts of both parents yet Larry felt as though he could never be considered white. These ideas developed due to his surroundings and how he saw himself as a result. “…my environment started talking to me and making me aware that I could never truly be white.” Questioning of his identity “…for the longest time I didn’t learn what I was- only what I wasn’t.” Larry could not call himself white, nor fully black, this left him questioning what he truly was. He was conflicted by his surroundings, what he thought of himself, and what others saw him as. Identity is a reoccurring theme. Not only him own but the identity of his children who were “quadroons”. Appearance and the way his children are being raised. Songs Imagery Stereotypes: "Larry! That's a white folks' game!" "She has been a ballerina for six years, and you don't find a world much whiter than that" Similes: "...my own identity would leap like a cougar from the woods and take a bite out of my backside" "That identity was wrapped around, like a snug towel, at the moment of birth" "I love her as profoundly as I love any person on earth" Expression: "if you're white, you're all right/if you're brown, stick around/if you're black, stay back” (referring to his parents) "The America of their youth and early adulthood was replete with laws that banned interracial marriages and upheld segregation in every domain of public life." "One of the most telling details came to me from my mother, who was working as a secretary for a Democratic senator when she met my father in Washington in 1953: “When I

Creative Design - Presentation Template

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