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In 1976 barbara jordan became the first african american woman to. In her 1976 democratic national convention keynote address, jordan underscores the ideas of unity,. In a call to action in paragraph 8, jordan presents her ideas about the dangers of a divided nation.
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Read the speech and evaluate the rhetorical devices, mood and tone of the speech. Barbara jordan 1976 democratic national convention keynote address (1976).
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Black college in the 1950s influenced barbara jordans rhetorical strategies and. To enlarge and deepen our understanding of rhetorical theory. Its texas senator and congresswoman barbara jordans b-day today. Audio and fully transcribed at american rhetoric) jordan eloquently. She gave the keynote speech at both the 19emocratic national convention. Get award-winning feminist analysis straight to your inbox sign up.
Description this program is a memorable look at the rhetoric of legendary orator barbara jordan. Create original sentences using oral communication stylistic devices. Rather than giving a traditional keynote address, jordan played the part of an old. Implications concerning jordans address and the covenant speech rhetorical form are discussed.
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Barbara jordan democratic national convention 1976 critique 1181 words feb 12, 2013 5 pages on july 27, 1976 in new york city, new york, barbara jordan addressed not only the democratic party but also the nation, there is something special about tonight. Jordan died at the age of 59 due to complications from pneumonia on january 17, 1996, in austin, texas. An african american woman by the name of barbara jordan had the distinct honor of delivering the keynote address at the democratic national convention in 1976. In her speech, she immediately recognizes her situation as a special, unusual one. She exclaims, a lot of years passed since 1832, and during that time it would have been most.