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OPTION #2: (This essay must include three figures that we have examined after the midterm only)
Black athletes and musicians typically are perceived as distinct from the average person in their communities. First of all, as athletic and musical “entertainers”, there is often a debate about whether or not they should engage in social, racial, and political issues. Secondly, as celebrities and idols of people from multiple racial and class backgrounds, they are often considered to have “crossover” appeal and acceptance in ways that other blacks rarely do.
Choose two black athletes or musicians that we examined in this class (from the readings or lectures) and one non-athlete or musician that we studied in the second half of the class. In what ways are the experiences of the athletes/musicians similar to or distinct from those of the other black figure? (This can include their activism, the challenges they confronted, and the various strategies they used to overcome those challenges.) In your analysis, please highlight the ways that the lives and actions of these black athletes and musicians support or counter the ideas about them stated above.
I will give you 3 figures and all the reading about them, they are Ali, Cunningham and Baldwin
here is the baldwin reading https://archive.org/details/notesofnativeson00bald/page/n7/mode/2up
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