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  • Striving To Change Perception

    a factual event in my that mirrors identically towards the one Ta-Nehisi Coates ' describes in his book “Between the World and Me”. Speaking of the same paralyzing terror Ta-Nehisi captures the thoughts that run through one’s mind when an African American is pulled over by an officer of the peace. Frankly speaking, I am certain one or two entertained notions I was exaggerating, however, without saying, the same horrific story has been reproduced.…

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  • Inequalities In America

    In elementary school, we learned about the American Revolution and the fight for freedom and equality against the British. We learned about the Civil War and the freedom of slaves. We learned about the Industrial Revolution and how people immigrated over to America from Europe and found a better life. We learned about the Civil Rights movement and how the abolishment or Jim Crow lead to the equality of black and white people. We learn about the American Dream, the idea that with hard work,…

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  • American Horror Story Asylum

    American Horror Story is an American series of horror seasons on FX, that tell a new story season to season. The producers of the show are Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The series is meant to reach out to a wide range of ages, I would say it mainly targets teenagers and people in their early to middle adulthood. The Asylum is the second season of the series American Horror Story. Asylum begins in the 1960’s at a mental institution named Briarclif Manor, which happens to be in the hands of a…

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  • Policing And Sentencing Summary

    Impact of Race, class, and gender in Policing and Sentencing Race, class, and gender have an effect on the outcomes of the American criminal justice system. However, whether that outcome is favorable or not depends on where each individual lies on the race, class, and gender hierarchy of the United States. Cassia Spohn writes in great detail about the effects of these three characteristics in her article “30 Years of Sentencing Reform.” Before Spohn lays out the findings of her research, she…

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  • How Did Britain Contribute To The American Revolution

    The American Revolution resulted from rising tensions between the mother country, Britain, and the restless thirteen colonies. Through the twentieth century, colonial historians debated the magnitude of the causes leading to the American Revolution, historian T. H. Breen challenges in his writing the preconceived notion that Britain was static and constant. He argues that the active role Britain plays actually sparked the revolution, inferring that the term “American Revolution” is actually a…

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  • Family: The Different Types Of American Family

    adopted families. For a family to endure the difficulties of everyday conflicts, it must be a strong family. A strong family is a family where the family members are always there for each other. American families lack the connection and communication that is required for a strong family and many American families are not strong, and get family life wrong. A strong family can survive through many trying times and continue to love one another. It is not uncommon for family members to fight or…

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  • Gallup's Argument Against Segregation In The United States

    The American founding fathers were whiny, white affluent men who revolted against their government, because they did not want to pay their share of taxes. This is how our country began; This is how our country is run today. The illusion of an American constitution protecting the rights of all of its citizens has historically been shown to be bent, and at times, fully violated without consequences. This nation is one of the fastest growing among its minorities, but the majority of its elected…

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  • Por El Mexican Immigrants Analysis

    we cross the border without permission to United State, but we have a reason why we do that. The reason is because Mexican need to find a better job than Mexico; and this action can benefit United States too. As John Kennedy said, “Every aspect of American economy has profiled from the contribution of immigrants” each person in America is important doesn’t matter if they are immigrants or…

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  • What Are The Stereotypes Of Different People

    In our society today, there are many different types of people; white, black, Spanish, Asian, Etc. We are all different in many ways even though we are all human. Some of our differences are visible and some are not so much. We are not only defined by our race but also by class, gender, and ethnicity. These aspects plays a big role in society as others used them to judge one another. After interviewing one of my fellow coworker who is white, I was clearer as to why we judge one another and how…

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  • American War Of Independence Research Paper

    Some may say “The shot heard ’round the world” began the American War of Independence On the night of August 26, 1765, an assault on Thomas Hutchinson, chief justice and lieutenant governor of Massachusetts was a small episode in a series events that launched a half-century of protest and political upheaval throughout the Western world. This historic era that came to be known as the Age of Revolution. The true crisis began in 1760 when George III claimed the throne of Great Britain. No one on…

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