Diana Ross

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  • Essay On 1970s Fashion

    and singers in a magazine, that looked like her. Music was another major media influence on Cindy’s life growing up because her father was a DJ at a local Jazz Club in her hometown. Cindy recalls times where she had the chance to meet and rub shoulders with musicians, she adored. Musicians such as Diana Ross, Natalie Cole, and Chaka Khan and many other famous black women during the 70s influenced the way Cynthia dressed and her perception of beauty. In this paper, I will discuss how Cynthia dressed as a teenager during the 1970s due to the influence of media. The themes that were found during the process of during conducting research were Sex Appeal,…

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  • History Of Motown Records

    “fight” for peace and equality. When going on tour to the South, Artists didn’t enjoy it much. Sometimes the crowd at a venue was segregated. A year after touring, when the music began popular between both races, they were no longer segregated. Everyone would eventually dance with each other. Although the success of Motown, many artists left. Gordy was interested in making money and that was all. He wanted to control the sounds of most of the artists and some did not support that at all. Many…

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  • Motown Music Research Paper

    Coming to motown was a dream for the young man. His career then later picked up and he changed his name. He changed his name stevie wonder. He had a amazing hit come out in 1972. The song was superstitious and it had so much success but it wasn 't technically his song. It was a cover that was originally by Jeff Beck. They came across an agreement to let motown to release the song and little did he know that it would be so famous. Not only was stevie wonder a breakout star for the company. They…

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  • Reflective Essay: Lessons Of A Childhood Graduate

    Lessons of a Childhood Graduate Childhood means something different to each person. For some, their youth meant family and community; for others, being a youth meant self-discovery and independence. Regardless, everyone has a few core values they have learned from their childhood. For me, the most important parts of my childhood was adventure, sports and family. Adventure encourages risk-taking and new experiences. It allows individuals to discover their passions and a zest for life. Sports…

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  • Narrative Essay On Going To War

    15 days until deployment -------- "I have two weeks, a day, and approximately 8 hours with Lauren. To put it into simpler terms that 's 15 days or 21,600 minutes. Probably 21,598 minutes after figuring out the conversion of days into minutes. Lately, I 've been reading a lot of books on military families and children, which I think was to make me feel better but has seemed to do the complete opposite. As if telling me to prepare for death and to stay positive during it would help me feel better…

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  • Social Injustice's Princess Diana As A Social Activist

    people in society. It is a goal and an essential part of my life - a kind of destiny. Whoever is in distress can call on me. I will come running wherever they are.” Princess Diana (Brainy Quotes) Activism is brought upon one's desire to improve or create change in society, usually done by promoting a social injustice. Many people throughout history have successfully impacted the general public's views and opinions on various issues, thus creating a better environment for future generations.…

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  • Princess Eulogy Analysis

    Earl of Spencer’s Eulogy for Diana: A Different Approach Six days after the untimely death of Diana, Princess of Wales the Earl of Spencer delivered a heartfelt eulogy to pay tribute to his sister. A eulogy can be defined as speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly, typically someone who has just died (Eulogy, n.d.). The Earl used this eulogy not only to praise his deceased sister’s attributes but to call out those whom he felt had victimized his sister through her…

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  • How Is Princess Diana A Role Model

    Princess Diana was known across the world as "The people's princess", and “The queen of hearts”. Throughout her life, princess Diana always had the public eyes on her, she was admired, respected, and a role model to many people around the world. Princess Diana was born on July 1st 1961, in Sandringham, Norfolk, England. She was born into an aristocratic English family who were very close to the royal family. Her parents got divorced when she was eight years old and she continued to live with…

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  • Diana Of Versailles Analysis

    Athenian sculptor, Leochares, created Diana of Versailles in 325 BCE to honor Artemis who is the Greek Goddess of hunting, wilderness, and childbirth. The Romans later created a marble copy of the sculpture in the Imperial Roman period to honor Diana, the Roman Goddess of hunting, the moon, and childbirth. The statue currently resides on display at the Louvre in Paris, France (Ancient Greek & Roman Sculpture). Artemis, the daughter of Leto and Zeus, is a principal Greek God who spends most of…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Oprah Winfrey's Speech

    At the Golden Globes award ceremony Oprah Winfrey was presented the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.Given recent events like the Me too and Time’s up movements Oprah dedicated her speech to speaking up about sexual harassment and emphasizing the need for change.Throughout the speech she talks about many different things from personal stories to the plights of everyday women to show that this abuse affects everyone. She uses many important rhetorical devices, namely pathos,…

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