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    The second reaction paper I decided to write about is racial and ethnic inequality in America. Around the world, America is known as the melting pot of different cultures. When people think about America, people think that everyone has freedom and equality. Yet most people do not think about that America has a strong history of racial and ethnic inequality. In America, people do not like minorities coming in large numbers therefore they are often mistreated. People tend to have prejudice…

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    The news is full of truth and lies; it is up to the viewer to read between the lines. There are often arguments between news reporters and famous people, and arguments and points about good or bad subjects. The media can twist and turn the truth. There are many people with many different opinions. There is lots of controversy about gun control, racism, and border control. Gun rights are a big topic in the media. Guns can be the difference between life and death. Many people kill innocent people…

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    The non action that people take is what really kills a persons soul. To realize what we could have prevented when we first saw it, is now what they are weeping about. It is very hard to try to fix things or try to go against someone however once they have you wrapped around them and their ideas then there is no going back. We as a country, a town, as humans begins we have to question what’s around us and when we feel uncomfortable with someones ideas we have to change it into something we…

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    There are plenty of American literature that deal with the legacy of slavery and the embedded racism that followed. Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye,” however takes a different approach from the traditional white versus black racism. The novel was written during the 60s and 70s; however it is set during the 1940s. In it Morrison depicts the lingering effects of constantly imposed white beauty being standardized in American society. By using characterization, she exposes a black community…

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    Road to Revolution The American Colonies were justified in waging war and breaking away from Britain because of the unconstitutional laws placed on them by the British Parliament; as well as the tyrannical rule the Britain enforced over them. The American colonialists had every right to rebel against Britain because of the unconstitutional laws being enforced over them by said Parliament. The Stamp Act was a law passed by the British Parliament on the Colonies in 1765 which required a…

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    Your identity is credential to how you see yourself, how the people around see you and how strangers see you. Is the first look enough to show who you are? Identity is America is based upon many different factors. Race is a huge identity factor that often gets overlooked or misinterpreted. This stands by the fact that not every race is easily seen on first look, or we are being fooled by someone trying to pass into a different race. Your identity in America is not always what you think it might…

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    We got to the beach in no time. The sun was still high in the sky, making it more than warm enough for everyone to be looking forward to getting to the ocean. We set up camp on the higher part of the beach, close enough so that the trip down to the water wouldn’t be long and tiring but far enough away to where the tides wouldn’t hit our camps. The camps were sort of sad heaps of everything we had saved from the crashed plane and burning building. Our little spot we had picked out was at the…

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    There is always something that can change your perspective on the entire world. It changes how you look at yourself and how you look at other people. From going on a trip to moving to a new city there is always something that has changed your life significantly. The thing that has changed my life turns out to have four hooves and a heartbeat. His name is Dallas. It all started when I decided I wanted to volunteer with horses. Something about the way horses move and the love in their eyes has…

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    Martin Luther King was arrested and taken to jail in Birmingham for protesting for their Birmingham campaign. While in prison he got to read a newspaper which had a letter that several priests wrote about him. In this letter they were judging King and his actions. King then wrote them a letter back trying to persuade them about how discrimination towards them should be stopped. In this letter King used many techniques to persuade his readers like emotional, logical, and credible statements.…

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    Racism In America Analysis

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    Institutional racism is defined as a form of racism that is expressed in social, political, and economic institutions, discriminating against a certain group of people based on their race. Throughout the history of America institutional racism has been a major issue and key factor to the limited success of black men and women in this country. White privilege has played a major role in the advancement of white over blacks, Northern negroes were made aware that they lived in inferiority to whites…

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