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    Prepare an annotated outline for your project.
    Prepare an annotated bibliography for your project that consists of 8 to 10 references.

    My topic is " Being a Black Male."

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    First I'd like to note that this assignment you've posted and topic is huge. The first step is to narrow your focus and get organized. I highly recommend going through your notes and materials from class to see what you have on how to prepare an annotated outline and an annotated bibliography. Your topic, "being a black male" is very complex particularly because race and gender on their own have immense amounts of existing research and an additional large amount of material exists on the relationship between race and gender as well as how the combination of 'black male' creates a new category with new complexities as well.

    The way to approach this assignment is to narrow it down further. To explain the points, I'm going to use a similar but different identity to show you one way in which to proceed. I'm going to use the identity "being a Latino male in the United States".

    First, to create an annotated outline, you need to conduct some background research so the more efficient approach would be to prepare your annotate bibliography first. I'm confident that your instructor provided you with some information as to what an annotated bibliography is. Basically it's an extended bibliography that provides a very brief outline and full citation of a your resources. The idea is to provide a means to organize existing studies and academic articles on your topic to enable you to ...

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    A short explanation of how to create an annotated outline and an annotated bibliography using race, class, and gender as an example.