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    Ideal families in the fifties consisted of a working father, a mother who was a housewife, and a few children. Many men joined unions to take care of their families, where they were able to receive pensions and health benefits. The government also supported most families with their financial situation after the war had ended. Although the "ideal" family life was pleasing, it did not last very long. According to Pauline Irit Erera in What Is A Family, "The main reason for family change was…

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    the ones who did not benefit from the revolution were the peasants and those in poor communities. This eventually led to social-structure movements that intended to diminish the gap between social classes and provide equality economically. The Liberation Theology Movement affirms freeing of social, political, economic maltreatment as an attempt of salvation. Early 1960s, the church was riding a new wave. The churches began to take…

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    Peter Singer in, Animal Rights: debate between Peter Singer & Richard Posner, makes clear his position that animals which feel, deserve the consideration of their well being by humans. This position echos his stance as an Utilitarian because the moral theory of Utilitarianism weighs the sum of happiness and least unhappiness in a holistic approach that reaches beyond mere inclusion of human beings. Singer therefore encourages us to include the animal kingdom in the conversation of maximum…

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    For this essay the two films that have been chosen are Pride and Suffragette. Both films are quite recent being released in 2014 and 2015 respectively. For each of the films this essay will go through the accuracy of the films and how they portrayed the historic events. This essay will argue that although there are some inaccuracies with both films, that they both portray a suitable amount of accuracy for these film types. Pride follows the miners strikes and how the gay activists helped, while…

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    Robert Reno Professor James Richardson WHO-1030-271 16 April 2015 The Gay Rights Movement: Moving Mountains Although great strides have been made in the recent past, homosexuals have faced many hurdles in the fight for equal rights. From hate crimes to legislative tyranny, the homosexual community has strived to become socially accepted and ascertain the same rights afforded to them as by the Constitution of the United States of America. For over five decades, many organizations have been…

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    Alice Walker’s Meridian is a historical novel covering much of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-to-late twentieth century, and although much of the novel is focused on societal conditions regarding race relations, Walker also explores sexual relations in place at the time. Sexual politics play a key role in setting the foundation of Walker’s argument, and is staged through her use of characterization, especially with regards to Meridian and Truman. These characterizations also shape an…

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    Later he became a naturalized U.S. citizen. His parents were priest/priestess of the religion Santeria. He refers to himself as a Southern Baptist, Roman Catholic child of Ellequa. De La Torre field of studies are: Social ethics, Theology of Liberation, Latinx Religiosity, and Santeria. De La Torres,’ Alma mater: is the Temple University, where he continued his theological training and obtained a doctorate in social ethics in 1999. De La Torre is known as a Scholar-activist whose work…

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    became the first state to remove consensual sodomy from its criminal code (Canaday, 2008), but others were resistant to change. Activism soared and organizations such as the Gay Liberation Front and Gay Activists Alliance emerged with civil rights, humanity, and dignity as their main goals (Cornell, 2006). The gay liberation movement spread through-out the United States and out of these advocacy organizations, others were established that sought reformism, equality, and health education due to…

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    tool of oppression, he also disagrees and claims religion as a potential tool of liberation. To achieve liberation humanity needs to: be set free from the material; change corrupt political systems; end an oppressed consciousness; and move towards freedom from self-centeredness. For Gutiérrez salvation is liberation, and God’s first salvific act is creation. Gutiérrez explains that liberation in the context of liberation theology is the “complete communion of human beings with God and among…

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    Environmental justice is very ambiguous term as it denotes the need for not only environmental sustainability but also social liberation. Regrettably, not every citizen, politician or business owner is apprehensive about our wilting global environment. To this very day, there are scholars and politicians that contend that climate change and global warming is the rhetorical vehicle for which liberal propaganda can be transported. Consequently, these same leaders in their lofty positions deny that…

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