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La Amistad
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... the United States scenes. In these, there is much confusion about what happened. The movie starts in the summer of 1839, on a stormy night off the coast of Cuba, 53 Africans held captive in the cramped cargo holds of the Spanish slave ship break free of their shackles. Led by Cinque (played by Djimon Hounsou), they arm themselves, take control of the ship and reclaim their freedom. They have one goal: to return to Africa. Without the navigational skills to guide them home, the Africans are forced to rely on the two surviving members of the crew. But they are tricked. After two months on a ragged course up the easte ...




The Sixth Sense
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... very much like George Lucas's latest creation, there are a few movies that actually do have plots, good acting, and leaves people on the edge of their seats waiting for something to surprise them. These movies, unlike the movie Star Wars: Episode One: The Phantom Menace, are filled with things to keep the audiences attention other than the special effects. They have such things like a plot, good actors, and something else that makes the movie different from the others. Take as an example the movie directed by M. Night Shyamalan, . involves an intricate plot, great acting, and a truly surprising ending. The plot ...




Why Limp Bizkit Is NOT Heavy Metal
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... or big time, Rappers. Their attire consists of extremely baggy pants, shirts three sizes larger than needed, and large gold necklaces as well as a multitude of useless rings. Coincidentally, or not, Rappers also dress this way. For these reasons, Limp Bizkit is a Rap band and not a Heavy Metal band. Limp Bizkit is Rap and not Heavy Metal because their music and vocal style is that of Rap. They, Limp Bizkit, use Rap Turn-Tables and synthesizers to aid their mindless and annoying "ado do cha" beat. They sing and talk with an ebonic slur, as they shake their bodies erratically, making criss-cross motions with their ...




The Battle Of Antietam
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... that were killed, wounded, captured, and missing. Of the more then 70,000 Union troops that were present during the battle 12,000 were lost. Many times in this battle it seemed as if a Northern victory were certain and there were no Confederate reserves remaining to oppose their advance. Too much time had been wasted and the last Confederate division, that had been left at Harperís Ferry to supervise the surrender of the garrison, was approching the battlefield. They came upon the flank of the Union forces and drove them back. At the end Confederate generals urged Robert E. Lee to retreat, but he refuse ...




Nonwestern Art
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... developed of any found in Peru. The thousands of Moche pots preserved in museums are so realistically decorated with figures and scenes that they give us a very descriptive look at life during the Moche period. Pots were molded into lifelike representations of people, crops, domestic or wild animals, marine life and houses. Other pots like "Vessel" were painted with scenes of both ceremonial and everyday life. From these pots, archaeologists know that Moche society was very class conscious. This particular ceramic is decorated in reddish brown over a white background with a Moche priest performing a ritual b ...




Post World War I
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... right to vote with the passing of the 19th Amendment. It was up to this time period that women were not seen as an important aspect in American society. As if rebelling from the previous position of practically non-existence, women changed their clothing, their fashion, and even cut their hair shorter. Once the women had the right to vote with the passing of the 19th Amendment, they did not just sit back. The women of the 1920ís strived for a position of equality for both men and women in society. Americans had a hunger for news in the Twenties. Every day they would flock to the newsstand for the latest information. ...




The Revival Of Jazz In South Africa
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... where the mothers charged three-pence at the door and sold moonshine to keep their families alive.(BEBEY-23) Todd Matshikiza, legendary composer and music critic f described these events: "The hostess hunched next to a four-gallon tin of beer in the corner. She sold jam tins at sixpence a gulp. Gashe was bent over his organ in one corner, thumping the rhythm from the pedal with his feet, which were also feeding the organ with air, choking the organ with persistent chords in the right hand and improvising an effective melody with the left. He would call for the aid of a matchstick to hold down a harmonic note. Yo ...




Progressivism And The Progressive Era
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... class, frightened by the economic unrest of the 1890's and the actions of giant business organizations, was more willing to accept progressive reforms than it had been earlier. After the quick victory in the Spanish-American War, there was a new feeling of confidence in the nation's future. Progressivism had many aims. The general aims of Progressivism were as follows: to extend political democracy by shifting control of government from the political bosses and powerful industrialists to the people; to curb the power of big businessmen, in order to give greater economic opportunities to small business and labor; ...




A Story About Seeing NOFX
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... short, fast, punchy songs, with a laid back approach would even have non-punk fans entertained. Their songs talk about racism, politics, social problems, sex, drugs, lesbians, bums, alcohol, animal freedom... and many other strange subjects. In their music you will find punk, of course, but also rock, hardcore, ska, even reggae and jazz. If you ask me they are a just a punk-ska band. Their songs are interesting and different from one another. Each song has it's own characteristics. The lyrics are very interesting, sometimes strange, and sometimes incomprehensible. You basically just have to understand them in your ow ...




Eugene Ritchards
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... to his subjects and his commitment to them that surpasses the act of making a pretty picture. Spending days with his subjects in the slums of Harlem or the hardly developed mountains of West Virginia he immerses himself into the frequently bitter life of his next award-winning photo. Often including word for word text of testimonials recorded by junkies and destitute farmers, Richards is able to provide an unbiased portrayal. All he has done is to select and make us look at the faces of the ignored, opinions and reactions are left to be made by the viewer. Have you ever been at the beach safely shielded by a d ...




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