By now, you've read Ta-Nehisi Coates' article "A Case for Reparations", have summarized and discussed it, and have generated ten questions about a topic in the article. You may also have some good starting key terms.
If you are having trouble finding good sources, please take a look at these two videos, which can help you refine your topic and key terms.
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How to create effective keywords
Good keywords save you time as you search!
Three steps for developing keywords:
(1) Pull out the important words from your topic, sub-topic, and questions above.
(2) Look at each word: is it a KEY CONCEPT? Does it DESCRIBE my idea, by itself? If it's not clear, come up with a better word that does describe that key concept.
(3) Think about words that people who write about these issues might use.