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AP Art History. Presented by: Lois Bin, Suyeon Ju, and Jasper Min. Period 4. 10/2/14. African Art in a Nutshell. Rock paintings and ancestor veneration. The San tribe’s rock paintings of the 1800s served a common theme of representing humans and animals. In their era of agriculture and domesticated animals, these paintings depicted scenes of livestock raids and hunted or spiritual animals. In one example, humans are seen leading animals, a ritual for rainmaking as a way of subverting the government. Along with spiritual forms of art, many late-African arts practiced ancestral worship. Sculptures were ornate with luxurious clothing or weapons and symbolism for power such as double-headed snakes, elephant tusks, or warriors. Embellished stools or chairs served to elevate the ancestor or leader, and the use of a hierarchy of scale mitigated the size of females, servants, or surrounding people to venerate the ancestor. The Benin shrine was sculpted in honor of royal ancestors. It was thought to repel evil and was a symbol for wisdom and divine guidance..
World History. Libertyville High School. Nubia. Area between First through Fifth cataracts of Nile. Conquered by Egypt around 2000 BC. Served as major trading center between Egypt, African societies.
Baobab Tree. Common Name: Baobab. Parts Used: All parts of the tree are used. Research:. The Baobab is found in the savanna of African and Indian. It can grow to 25 meters tall and can live for thousands of years. It is leafless for nine months of the year. The Arabian legends say that “the devil plucked up the Baobab, thrust its branches into the earth and left its roots in the air. .
Online Project. Essential Question:. How did Africans resist and become independent from European countries?. Directions. Answer Questions . 1-15 . on loose-leaf. Use the information from the slides to help you answer the questions..
Pages 224-227. Terms-pages 225-227. Jazz – American style of music that developed from ragtime and blues and that uses syncopated rhythms and improvisation. Symbolize – to represent, express, or identify by a symbol.
Progress, Prospects, Challenges – . So what are YOU going to do?. Presented by Don Deya. Chief Executive Officer, PALU. RESPECT. The option …. The option of doing NOTHING is so alluring!. Become an Armchair Philosopher, criticize, offer no alternatives, do NOTHING!.
57375is all inspires images of backward defenseless women in need of our sympathy and help Yet in Africa women have had and still have more power within their own societies than do most women in the Western world Women were not oppressed as women in
Garret Augustus Morgan. Garrett Morgan. opened up a sewing machine and shoe repair shop in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1907. An innovative mind, he kept busy creating prototypes to solve many everyday . problems. One of his first creations was a liquid that straightened fabric—which he later sold as a product for hair straightening. .
American female middle school students:. A grant proposal . Vanessa Gonzales. California State University, Long Beach. May 2013. . African American females in the United States are disproportionately impacted by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) at alarming rates (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2011a). .
African American Leadership during the Progressive Era Unit 3 Populism 1892, a 3 rd party called the Populists –”The People’s Party” Encouraged farmers to unite to defeat the Republican & Democratic Parties