Essay 2: Redeem or Release the “Human”?
Purpose: This essay is an opportunity for you to reveal your ability to read a text and think critically. Doing so requires careful use of close reading and critical analysis. You will reveal your knowledge of the subject before presenting your own viewpoint of this topic.
Dr. Tahani’s PowerPoint Presentation https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/18L2zyn4zL1k2xbYJGrRUojuIoL_XZSoBm68nbcTuo_4/edit?ts=5f568f3f#slide=id.g941126bf42_0_151
“A Party Down at the Square”–Ralph Ellison （ attached below）
“The Sky is Gray”—Ernest Gaines （attached below）
“The Origin of Lynching Culture” (documentary)
“The Lived Experience of the Black Man”–Frantz Fanon （attached below）
Topic: As we have discussed thus far, the creation of races was an intentional project that resulted from the European Enlightenment and its philosophical, artistic, and scientific communities. In the documentary, “The Origins of Lynching Culture,” we see how the construction of race, and more specifically, antiBlackness, was a tool of power and control. In the short stories by Ellison and Gaines, the authors expose the horrors of living in a world of white supremacy domination. In “The Lived Experience of the Black Man,” Fanon analyzes how a Black man (he describes himself) develops a consciousness about being deemed non-human by whiteness. Finally, in my PowerPoint presentation, we unpack the theory of Chronopolitics of Man, to better understand how whiteness sharpens its tools upon Black and brown peoples and communities.
In a well-developed, thesis-driven essay of 2-3 pages (500-750 words) using two (2) of our texts in this unit as well as our class discussions and lectures, respond to the following prompt:
What is whiteness and how does Fanon’s analysis of the Chronopolitics of Man expose the violence of whiteness upon Black communities and peoples?
Your essay should convince the reader that the claim you make (your thesis) is an arguable one, not simply a statement of fact.
Be sure to support your claim with quotes (textual evidence) from the text.
Papers must be 2-3 pages (500-750 words) and follow MLA format: typed, double-spaced, 12 pt., Times New Roman font with 1” margins and left-alignment.
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