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    X-Men X Marks The Spot These mutants were not human but they worked together in perfection:"Flawed and complex, the mutant antiheroes known as the X-men were the perfect comic-book champions for the disaffected youth of Generation X" (Bradford Wright). These mutants were both heroes and enemies to mankind. The X-men was formed Professor Charles Xavier who brought in those individual mutants. They all came together by choice not by force to all fight along side to help save mutants and human. These highly talented mutants were obsessed with their own feelings and emotions towards their own desires which held them off from moving forward. In this essay I will break down ways in which the X-men is both a functional and dysfunctional team. Dysfunctional…

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    X-Men Belonging Analysis

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    he would have done if he belonged. Similarly, in ‘X-Men’, Magneto, as a mutant, is thrown aside. This is because he is different and does not belong, which causes him to crave for power and control. Magneto had the mindset that if he threw the humans aside and out of the control of the society and placed his species, which are mutants, and himself as the people in control, then he would belong in a world of his creation. Magneto also talks about the mutants in contrast to the humans, claiming…

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    X-Men Character Analysis

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    One issue that the gifted students in X-Men deal with that individuals with disabilities struggled with in the past is the way in which people refer to them. Referring to the gifted individual’s in the movie as mutants, probably originates from Winter et al. (2015) summarization of mutation as the normally slow process which is key to evolution, enabling people to “evolve from a single celled organism in to the most dominate species on the plant”. Referring to the gifted individuals as “mutant”…

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    In Shinny Game That Melted the Ice the puck represents the development of the brotherhood and journey to belonging. It says “the puck a forgotten thing tucked away in the corner of the net.” (Wagamese 82), this represents that they have officially achieved the relationship they were looking for and he has found the belonging that he has desired for a long time. Because of the series of events that led to this moment, they were able to reconnect through a mutual love of hockey. The main component…

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    It was home. I didn’t join Alpha Kappa Psi for the only reason to help build myself professionally, but it was because I wanted to help it grow. It was a place in which I wanted to nurture not only myself, but the organization itself. That’s why I’m so willing to dedicate so much of my time to the brotherhood as I don’t just simply believe in the brand of Alpha Kappa Psi, but the brand of the Alpha Omicron Chapter. But passion alone doesn’t necessitate the responsibilities to take up the…

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    professor, either, who’s suffering from a debilitating case of Alzheimer’s, which has thwarted his abilities and made him an unpredictable, telepathic nuclear bomb. As we learn, if he’s without his medicine, all hell breaks loose. That hell itself is why they’re on the lam. Xavier has been deemed a public risk, and it’s up to Logan to make sure he stays not only healthy, but completely off the grid. Fortunately for him, a slightly reluctant albino mutant Caliban (a nearly-unrecognizable Stephen…

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    Black Guerilla Family was founded in the San Quentin State Prison, in California in 1966, by a former Black Panther member George L. Jackson. Black Guerilla Family is known as the most politically oriented of the major prison gangs (Gangs). Black Guerilla Family’s goals are to eliminate racism, maintain dignity in prison, and to overthrow the Unites States Government (Gang). In August of 1970, a large group of BGF members tried to free their founder from a courthouse when a gun fight broke out…

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    what he saw as the devastating erosion by capitalist individualism…” (Mandaville 98). Which directly stimulates acts of oppression and racism Sayyid witnessed. The pressures enforced on these two required them to adopt ways of coping or at least begin to change the current conditions of this reality. Malcom on one hand fell in to the depths of this racial system. He became addicted to drugs, gambled, hustled and committed crimes. All these circumstances he blamed on the “white devils” of his…

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    The Aryan Brotherhood had small beginnings within the California state prison systems, but it has since grown into one of the most powerful white supremacist gangs in the world. PUT CITATIONS HERE The Aryan Brotherhood was formed in 1964 by an Irish biker gang in the San Quentin Prison as a method of protection during a period of desegregation of the prison system, which had caused many violent altercations between inmates. The recruits go through a “boot camp” where they do things like physical…

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    Although the oiler died before making it to land it’s important to look at the positive because at the end of the day, three men survived an impossible journey. The oiler did not die in vain; in fact he died as a sacrifice for the other three men to continue living. Nature needed to take a victim and it did, thankfully it wasn’t all four men. An amazing lesson and trait was learnt from the story of unity and brotherhood. I think that the only reason the men had gotten to land safely was because…

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