Summary Of The Book I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings?

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The book "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" is an autobiography of Maya Angelou. It highlights Angelou's life from a young girl, to a mature girl who had experienced various difficult acts. Furthermore, this book also explains various incidents that happened to Angelou due to the color of her skin, and the truth in her mind that why the white people were treating African people differently, and why the white people were being racist to the colored people.
Today, almost every group of people from different parts of the world are receiving tags in some racist ways. And I think many things that the Africans had experienced are similar to today’s LGBT people in various ways. For example, LGBT people didn’t receive much respect from people all around
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Since the most common religion in the United States is Christian, which caused many people to have opinions on the LGBT people. The Bible stated that homosexuals should not exist in the world. People also complain about the society, which brought their children into the world of gays or lesbians by the usage of television, internet, music, etc. However, LGBT people didn’t choose to be a part of the group. People don’t have any evidence that proves the fact that the usage of media could spread informations that could make someone gay, or lesbian. Lastly, according to an article on HRC, “What the Bible says about homosexuality?”, the former United Methodist pastor Mr.Creech answered this question. He believed that lesbians, gays, and bisexuals are a part of God’s wondrous creation, they were created to be who they are, and they were completely loved, and treasured by …show more content…
Both of the groups were not receiving respects from others, and they didn’t gain their rights, but they were working hard to fight for their rights. And this is an example indicates that fate could be changed if someone fight hard for it. It’s impressive that today’s society is willing to accept new ideas from the twenty-first century, and respect them based on the basic human rights. And I believe people shouldn’t gain any tags that associates with their skin colors, or sexual orientations. We are all human, we live in the world on the same planet, everyone is special in their own unique ways in which God had made

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