Monthly Archives: March 2011

Twentieth-Century America: The Evolution of a Black Aesthetic (p.183-216)

Lacey DeAngelis Chapter four of African-American Art talks about many African- American artists from the 60’s and 70’s that expressed their political beliefs and human rights through their artworks. The beginning of the chapter states that the United States in … Continue reading

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Gomez-Pena

The two quotes mentioned in the blog prompt for the Gomez-Pena reading have a very deep meaning in the contexts of education. The first quote mentioned, “to observe a new world with new eyes” was a very simple yet moving … Continue reading

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