What are the multiple meanings of community market for the research participants in reese’s study?

1) Dr. Reese (2019) writes, “If the grocery is where the neighborhood speaks, Community Market held multiple meanings” (p. 99). What are the multiple meanings of Community Market for the research participants in Reese’s study? What meaning does the store’s owner, Mr. Jones, have for the research participants? 2) How does the community garden that is the focus of Reese’s analysis in chapter 5 represent an act of refusal? Engage Reese’s discussion of individuality and community in your response.

The annotated bibliography should include between 6-8 academic scholarly resourc

The annotated bibliography should include between 6-8 academic scholarly resources and may include books, articles, and/or multimedia. The bibliography should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
The educational milestone I plan to research is the establishment of Howard University in Washington D.C. which provided education for African American youth “in the liberal arts and sciences in 1867. As a graduate of a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), I am interested to research its beginning from where it all began to be one of the top HBCUs around and the importance of the early financial support that was provided by the Freedmen’s Bureau.

Writers should have a basic knowledge of Canadian aboriginal history. Please cho

Writers should have a basic knowledge of Canadian aboriginal history.
Please choose 2 questions only from the following list. Write 600-700 words for each response. Any sources you use should be referenced in the text and in a reference list at the end of your answer using APA format.
1. How should Christopher Columbus be remembered? Use examples to explain your
answer.
2. What is the Canada problem? What should be done to address this Problem?
3. What is the Indian Act? Provide examples of how Indian Act policies have impacted the
lives of Indigenous people in Canada.
Special Instructions (please read and follow carefully)
• Use double spacing with 12‐point font.
• Your answers should provide information from the course lectures, readings, and videos.
For each answer you will want to reference a minimum of four course materials, though using more materials may help strengthen your response. You need only reference
sources that are part of the course materials and listed in the course outline. In addition,
you may reference sources from outside the course materials though this is not required.
For example, you may want to discuss recent events that connect to the topics covered in
your response by referencing recent news articles and videos.
• You must respond using full sentences and paragraphs. Do not use point form.
• You are encouraged to write from the first person and include your own thoughts and
experiences as part of your answers.
• Use proper APA referencing for all sources.
Materials:
Recommended source for The Indian Act:
http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/the-indian-act-historical-overview
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/i-5/
Tobias, “Protection, Civilization, Assimilation: An Outline history of Canada’s Indian Policy” in Sweet Promises, p. 127-144. (In the additional materials)
Other course materials may help:
https://www.heretohelp.bc.ca/why-aboriginal-peoples-cant-just-get-over-it
https://www.standcanada.org/truth-reconciliation-commission-report-summary/#Introduction

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prime-minister-stephen-harper-s-statement-of-apology-1.734250
https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/what-reconciliation-is-and-what-it-is-not
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Discipline: Foundation of Indigenous Studies (Canadian)

Write your own notes about the dimensions of culture, particularly focusing on t

Write your own notes about the dimensions of culture, particularly focusing on the following:
• individualism and collectivism,
• power distance,
• uncertainty avoidance, and
• masculinity and femininity.
Write 100-150 words per concept, please make sure not to plagiarize as they check with Turnitin plus other websites. Make sure to use Harvard referencing including in-text citations also. don’t use complicated words as I am a non-native English speaker. I will list some info for you to use your also more than welcome to use as many references as you like. Also attached below you will find the marking grid.

Please make sure to read the following article to be able to answer the question

Please make sure to read the following article to be able to answer the questions:
Cracking Down on Diaspora: Arab Detroit and America’s “War in Terror”
Sally Howell, Andrew Shryock. Anthropological Quarterly, Volume 76, Number 3, Summer 2003, pp. 443-462
1) Write a short critical review essay, provide a summary of the major themes of the article.
2- Explain and Discuss the transformations that have taken place in the Arab immigrant community in the United States after 9/11 and how it affects their life and culture existent.

You should take into account the context in which the text appears/ed, the meani

You should take into account the context in which the text appears/ed, the meanings and effects produced by the combination of the textual features, the myths that the text produces or buys into, and the larger cultural contexts in which it circulates. Critical readings – ones that read “against the grain” – are encouraged where applicable. Detail and perceptiveness of your primary observations (i.e. what you notice about the text) • ​Quality of your overall analysis:
o Ability to see how the textual features work together to produce meaning o Recognition of the possibility of multiple or conflicting meanings or interpretations o Ability to connect the meanings of the text to its bigger contexts (i.e. larger social meaning and/or the text’s contexts of use and reception)
o Evidence of ability to read critically (“against the grain”)
• Ability to weave these analytical observations into a small but coherent written analysis (i.e. the coherence, clarity and written style of your writte

Hello! I need a written Essay for my Anthropology class 7pages double space must

Hello! I need a written Essay for my Anthropology class 7pages double space must be a citation page on the back on a separate sheet of paper. No cover page must have a tittle page, all pages must be numbered on the bottom right. Paper must have only 1inch margins all around and in New Roman 12 point font. the subject is Police Department in The United States we’re there have been racialize police killings of unarmed Black men, please talk about diversity, equality and inclusion of more community -oriented people of color.Police who can better relate to the community more effectively and reduce police and Black and Brown conflicts please also talk about the Oakland California Police Department as well. Thanks

In the pdfs I attached in the “additional materials” it shows one titled “AAS232

In the pdfs I attached in the “additional materials” it shows one titled “AAS232 Midterm Exam Spring 2022” which contains the instructions for the two questions I want you to complete. At the top of the pdf under “Submission Instructions” it provides some instructions for the two questions, but I don’t want you to complete the essay part. Under “short answer questions” the 2 questions and what specifically to answer is there. The text that I want you to use for question #1 is the one in the “additional materials” titled “(Week2)Lorde, Poetry Is Not A Luxury (2)” and the one for question #2 is the other pdf attached, “(Week3)Gwendolyn Bennett To a Dark Girl.” For question 1 that can be the 1st full page and question 2 can be the 2nd full page. For the 1st question the text for Week 2’s author is who you will use (Audre Lorde) if you can include evidence from the story as well that would be great. Also, by any chance can you create a work cited page even though these are short response questions.

SOURCE: Jolivette, Andrew. 2006. Cultural Representation in Native America. (Lan

SOURCE: Jolivette, Andrew. 2006. Cultural Representation in Native America. (Lanham: AltaMira Press).
1. According to chapter 5, Who is Ralph Engelstad and what role did he play in the Fighting Sioux mascot controversy at the University of North Dakota? What is the history of the mascot at UND? What does LaDuke suggest about the geographic/regional context of North Dakota that might make it a region more susceptible to having Indian mascots?
2. According to Melissa Nelson in chapter 7, why is oral tradition/history so important to cultural preservation and revitalization in American Indian communities? What are some of the challenges of using the term ‘traditional’ according to Nelson? What is the Cultural Conservancy and what role did this organization have in working with the Kaibab (Southern) Paiute tribe? Who are Vivienne Jake and Matt Leivas and how/why are they involved in the Salt Song Project?
3. According to Norma Alarcon in chapter 9, when and how did the term Chicano emerge in the United States? How have Chicanas/os found that even this term of self-identification has limitations (see for example the poem by Gloria Anzaldua)? According to chapter 9 how are Mexican Americans/Chicanos/as still challenged by being in the U.S., but being descendants of Native ancestors from Mexico? Why do you think Alarcon uses the term in the “Tracks of The Native woman? Do you think Latinos/Latinx people should be counted as American Indians on the U.S. Census? Why or Why not?
4. According to chapter 12 how have indigenous people/American Indians been written out of the history of Louisiana Creoles? According to chapter 12, what do the findings of the survey on contemporary Creole self-identification suggest about the inclusion of American Indian identity in definitions of the Creole community today? According to chapter 12 how have Creoles dealt with identity politics and racism? Please give detailed examples/citations from the essay. How have Creoles worked to preserve their cultural identity as both Creole and American Indian? Please be specific and give examples.