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    That perception has led some mainstream politicians, including British Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, to publicly denounce multiculturalism and speak out against its dangers. It has fueled the success of far-right parties and populist politicians across Europe, from the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands to the National Front in France. And in the most extreme cases, it has inspired obscene acts of violence, such as Anders Behring Breivik’s homicidal rampage on the Norwegian island of Utoya in July 2011. How did this transformation come about? According to multiculturalism’s critics, Europe has allowed excessive immigration without demanding enough integration a mismatch that has eroded social cohesion, undermined national identities, and degraded public trust. Multiculturalism’s proponents, on the other hand, counter that the problem…

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    Refugee Crisis Analysis

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    Provincializing Europe, “The West…it is evidently, a name always associating itself with those regions, communities, and peoples that appear politically or economically superior to other regions, communities, and peoples.”(3)However, one must wonder, if Europe really is beleived to be this superior place, why are they failing so miserably in regards to the refugees crisis? It seems that while everyone acknowledges there is a problem, but no one believes it is their responsibility to fix it.…

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel is Time Magazine's "Person of The Year." CNN reports the 61-year-old German leader has won the title for her "steadfast moral leadership in a world where it is in short supply," wrote Time editor Nancy Gibbs. Merkel topped the magazine's list followed by Islamic State leader Abi Bakr al-Baghdadi (2nd place), US presidential candidate Donald Trump (3rd place), activist group Black Lives Matter (4th place), Iran President Hassan Rouhani (5th place), American…

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    Migrant Media Analysis

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    As we approach the summer of 2016, the issue of immigration in the Western world has yet to lose momentum; whether Donald Trump is arguing to build a wall on the Mexican border in the U.S. or European parties against immigration are gaining traction, it’s become clear that opposition to multiculturalism is currently rampant. German chancellor Angela Merkel is under fire for the number of refugees being let into this country; but perhaps her actions are serving one of her oldest goals, true…

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    Ambition is something everyone has. Your ambitions strives and makes you achieve your goals. However, too much ambition can corrupt and destroy a person. Ambition is like a drug, small amounts can make you feel great, but too much can kill you. Shakespeare clearly portrays the negative effects of too much ambition throughout his play The Tragedy of Macbeth. He uses the main character, Macbeth, to show us how excessive amounts of ambition can lead someone to their doom. In the beginning of…

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    One of these people is Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany. Merkel has constantly been determined by doing things that have been perceived as unattainable. For example, as a child, she constantly was at the top of her class, except the time she once failed physics. Instead of giving up, Merkel went on to earn a PhD in physics and physics became her first career. Merkel has often been called “the most powerful woman in the world today” (Llana). This power comes from her persistence through…

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    For many generations, politics has been incorporated into people's lives, be it a small or big role in a person’s life. Politics has changed through time and time again, and which caused there to have many questions asked involving politics. One of those questions about politics is how can politicians have the most likely way to win elections. This essay is on the resolution:”Politicians like Angela Merkel Win Because they Understand the Middle Class”, in which I disagree too. In this essay, I…

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    Angela Davis Feminism

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    Let me tell express about most influential black women alive on the planet. Her name is Angela Davis. Angela Davis is the socialist and former member of communist party. She is famous for addressing issues like women and civil rights, poverty, inequality, peace, health care and prison reforms. Angela Davies’s struggle was started from very young age. After appearing in the public eye in 1970, the woman has taken some exemplary steps for representing the African-American women and played a…

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    analyze the book, “Blues Legacies and Black Feminism”, by author Angela Y. Davis. The authors background will be introduced with a basic biography followed by an in-depth analysis of the author’s educational background to give the author credibility to this topic. Mrs. Angel Yvonne Davis was born on the 26th day of January in Birmingham, Alabama. She was born in a time period in one of the most known segregated area in the south. She grew up in an area known as “Dynamite Hill” because of…

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    Introduction Angela Davis, the writer, scholar and activist, advocates for oppressed people of the world, mainly people of color. Angela Davis was born on January 26, 1944, in Birmingham, Alabama, and is recognized as an essential activist for social issues. Growing up in Alabama, she knew the four girls that were killed in the Birmingham church bombing of 1963; therefore, she experienced racial prejudice and discrimination firsthand. She studied philosophy at Brandeis University in…

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