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View Resource The Undefeated: 44 African Americans Who Shook Up the World

Shaking up the world, "or at least their corner of it": this was the selection criteria used to create The Undefeated: "44 African Americans Who Shook Up the World." The name is a nod to America's 44th President, and this resource profiles a diverse blend of influential Black leaders, including musicians, activists, academics, entrepreneurs, and athletes. Each feature includes a graphic portrait,...

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https://theundefeated.com/features/the-undefeated-44-most-in...
View Resource The 100 greatest books ever written by African American women

The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Beloved by Toni Morrison, Ain't I a Woman? Black Women and Feminism by bell hooks - these titles are staples of many literary-enthusiasts' bookshelves. Yet, the powerful and transformative writing of Black women is too often erased from dominant narratives in literary discussion. The ZORA Canon's list of "The 100 greatest books ever written by African American...

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https://zora.medium.com/100-best-books-by-black-women-author...
View Resource Digital Aponte

Carpenter, Cuban activist, corporal: Jose Antonio Aponte was a man of many professions. His life and legacy are explored through Digital Aponte, a collection of resources that inform users of his history and influence. A large piece of Aponte's legacy is his "book of paintings" - a collection allegedly lost, though emblematically explored through this resource. Readers may want to begin on the...

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http://aponte.hosting.nyu.edu/
View Resource James Baldwin: Art, Sexuality and Civil Rights

"How did Baldwin use his art form--his writing--as a form of political protest to shape the objectives of the civil rights movement and extend its reach to the LGBT community?" This question is among those explored in James Baldwin: Art, Sexuality, and Civil Rights. The lesson plan explores the life of the writer and activist and relates his work to larger themes of gender-justice, sexuality, and...

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https://www.tolerance.org/classroom-resources/tolerance-less...
View Resource Dar

Dar is a backup and archiving utility with a particular emphasis on correctness and precision. Unlike archiving tools that only replicate file contents, Dar works to exactly recreate hardlinked files, extended attributes of various types, macOS resource forks, file sparseness, and a variety of other file attributes. Dar also takes steps to work correctly when backing up a live filesystem (one that...

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http://dar.linux.free.fr/