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  • African American Informative Speech

    In memory of the Father Allah aka, Clarence 13X Smith; all praise due to Allah the beneficent the merciful and to the culture of the Gods and Earths Nation, the Suns of almighty God Allah and his 5%. The FOA represents-Fruit of Allah, which significantly means “Fighting in the name of Allah,” and the FOA has been since the beginning of time, especially through his Sons, Prophets and Messengers. However, never has it been so intense the struggle and battle for his people, than the fight for freedom during the enslavement of blacks in America. Blacks have been fighting for their freedom for over 400 years, so say all mighty God Allah and his Messenger. Some of Allah’s greatest soldiers, warriors, revolutionist during the Blackmans enslavement were the Abolitionary fighters (A movement dedicated to helping blacks to freedom). Such heroic figures included, Denmark Vesey, the Voodoo Prophet Nat Turner and Harriett Tubman. Other ‘Black Twiners’…

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  • Analysis Of EEOC Vs. Federal Express

    Sexual harassment is an important issue in every business; if left unattended it could cost companies millions in damages. In 1980 the Supreme Court ruled that sexual harassment was a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. From 1978 to 1980, sexual harassment cases brought against companies cost them $189 million. This number rose to $267 million from 1985-1987. Damages are just measured only by numbers. Sexual harassment can cause harm to a company's image, reputation, customers, as well…

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  • Individualism And Individuality In The 1920s

    The 1920’s were a time when American culture exploded and ultimately transformed America from a young country to a world power. The American values of individualism and democracy were neither completely enhanced or diminished by modernity because while many strides were made to improve these qualities, the pre-World War I sentiment of reform was destroyed. All of the destruction caused by World War I scared the American people enough to halt the era of reformation and actually did diminish…

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  • School Discrimination Case Essay

    If separate was equal, why were blacks putting their lives on the line for fight for desegregation? It was simple answer, because separate couldn’t be equal. Segregation made one race become inferior and another race become superior. For instance, as a poor black child suffering during this time, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote on his book My Grandfather’s Son “I began to fear that I would never climb out from under the crushing weight of segregation. No matter how hard I worked or how smart I…

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  • The Effects Of The Scopes Monkey Trial

    1925 trial affected the rest of the 19th century extensively, however as the 20th century neared, the effect became less prevalent. John Scopes was a local biology teacher and was arrested for teaching evolution, the "Scopes Monkey Trial" was the case against him. The grounds for John Scopes’ arrest was that he violated the Butler Act. The Tennessee Butler Act was a law that banned public school teachers from denying the Bible’s account of man's origin. "The publication of Charles Darwin’s…

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  • Grutter V. Bollinger Case Analysis

    The issue of equality based on race has given people a plagued view of America since its existence, and this issue of race does not stop when it comes to college admission. In 2003, a case known as Grutter v. Bollinger came in front of the Supreme Court and challenged the constitutional protection or lack of on an affirmative action plan adopted by an university. Grutter deals with the role the state plays in including a minority group into a larger part of the schools student body for…

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  • John Scopes Trial Analysis

    In 1925, the Scopes Trial occurred because John Scopes, a high school teacher, was accused of breaking Tennessee’s law against the teaching of evolution in public schools. The prosecution welcomed William Jennings Bryan to take part in the trial, while the defense chose Clarence Darrow on their team. Bryan was a firm religious fundamentalist, however encouraged the indictment to battle its fight on sacred grounds. Bryan trusted that groups were legitimized in setting educational principles…

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  • Rachel's 'The Case Against Free Will'

    “Case Against Free Will” - Protocol Paper 4 RECALL: In “The Case against Free Will” by Rachels question; 1) Are we really responsible for what we do.; 2) Does “Free Will or Free Choice,” effect our behavior. Rachels claim “Since we are a part of nature, whatever happens inside us follows the laws of nature.”; 3) The case of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, who murdered a boy named Bobby Franks, is used as an example to support their claim; 4) Clarence Darrow, the defense lawyer for Leopold and…

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  • Chief Justice Rehnquist: The Case Of Miranda V. Arizonia

    Chief Justice Rehnquist was appointed by Richard Nixon, in part as a response to the Warren Court’s liberal streak, which he used as a campaign issue. During his confirmation he was met with controversy as it became apparent he in fact disagreed with the precedent set in Borwn v. Board of Education. As an associate Justice he began as states’ rights advocate, which often not only placed Rehnquist not only in the minority, but as a lone dissenter. As time wore on the Court began to become more…

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  • Modernism In The 1920s

    classroom. This had been made illegal when the Butler Act, which makes it “...a crime there to teach ‘any theory that denies the story of the Divine creation of man as taught in the Bible, and to teach instead that man descended from a lower order of animals.’”(Jeffrey P. Moran, Pg.21), had been established into a law. In the south, the Christian religion was very dominant and when the theory of evolution came into the southern classrooms which contradicted the idea that God created everything…

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