Practice creating a short secondary source through summarization, quoting, and citing of primary sources.
Youre an intern at the North Carolina Civil War & Reconstruction History Center
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. This week, the team is creating a digital exhibit of the slave trade. Using the primary sources on pages 63-71, write a 125-to-175 word description of the Atlantic slave trade, including three-to-five quotes from primary sources in the document project. Indicate in parentheses after each quote from which document it came (Equiano, Belinda, Barbot, Day, Falconbridge, Hopkins). Include one image, along with a caption indicating where you found it and what it depicts.
In a separate paragraph, provide two-to-four sentences of reflection on why you chose the quotes and image you did.
Requirements: a description with quotes, an image, a reflection
Note: If you haven’t received your textbook yet, you can access the primary sources at the following links:
Belinda’s Petition: https://royallhouse.org/belinda-suttons-1783-petition-full-text/
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Equiano, chapter 2: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/15399/15399-h/15399-h.htm#CHAP_II
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Barbot: http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm?smtID=3&psid=472
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Falconbridge: http://www.ettc.net/tah/Reading%20Assignments/Falconbridge,%20An%20Account%20of%20the%20Slave%20Trade%20on%20the%20Coast%20of%20Africa,%201788.pdf
For this part, I want you to do something a little different: imagine that the Chicago Police and FBI didn’t murder Fred Hampton in December 1969 but rather that he passed away in September 2021 at the age of 73. What would his life have looked like? Write an obituary of 300-600 words detailing this possible alternate life for Fred Hampton, keeping in mind the ways structural forces, individual talent, and contingencies shape history. You might consider the life arcs of Bobby Rush, Eldrige Cleaver, John Lewis, Jesse Jackson, Sr., Angela Davis, Assata Shakur, and Kwame Ture for inspiration.

For our final exit ticket assignment, you’re working on the 4th edition of Freedom on My Mind with a particular focus on expanding the section on the United States after 2008. Select ONE of the following primary source sets from 2008-2020 and write a brief memo to Dr. Deborah Gray White on why the source set should be discussed in the new edition. The memo should be no more than 250 words.

Source Set 3: Jamelle Bouie, “Keep Hope Aliv  
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e” Slate (November 2016) / Jebediah Purdy, “North Carolina’s Long Moral March and Its Lessons for the Trump Resistance  
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” The New Yorker (February 2017)