Malcolm X Argument Essay

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Fact are gain and lost throughout the ages in history. How can we learn? How can we prevent the past from happening again? How will one strive to the next goal if nothing is recorded? Once schools leaves out facts that helps make the world for what it is, it makes more likely of a chance of no change and no progress. Details that is considered inappropriate should not be determined by students and the community. Understanding how Malcolm X learned and achievements his learning and use that to defend what is right in his eye’s. Giving an inside look into the effects of not adding importants facts that can help people understand the main event that happened in the past. Not lead to violence and crime in which can be all avoided by having all …show more content…
Schools are censoring anything that could be inappropriate to be teach. By doing this students are not able to understand the outside world and that would lead for them to have a hard time to believe once they 're out on their own. Those students would not be as open to new things and that would also lead to difficult times for everyone else including them. Our society would be a harder place if students would have finished school haven 't learned the difference of the negatives in each historical event. Violence and crime for instance happens everyday. Most of those people that done action like the one’s I mention it. Due to fact that what is not provided in schools will not help make students make the right choice which will add more negative to the society. As a whole a society should be difficult to pick or say what is right for students to learn in school. Having the right facts in important and some people believe to the wrong thing. Which just adds more confusion to determine the right thing overall. That 's why it would be better to just give all the facts to the students then allow them to pick their own …show more content…
One major difference from myself growing up is that when I was in my history middle school. The material that I learned from that semester was not the same I learned once I started attending High school later in time. Details regarding to the U.S. and how american gotten their land at the beginning by taking from the local indians by force. For this example is simply to show the difference in information that would make students aware of the events that passed and help guide to make good choices. It crosses over to society, and that it’s important to have a good education, which has the actual facts then only the select flow. It 's important to not block out facts in history that will help make students understand the world their live in and to promote a good base for these students to be a part of a good society. Families of the students would have to worry about how their children are learning in school if they are giving all the learning knowledge to them. Some would say even tradition should not be a factor when it comes down to learning the truth in regards to selecting history facts to keep then

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