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    Fabian said that the music he generally listened to contained lyrics and caused him to become distracted easily, so he would often refrain from listening to music while writing. The result that was gained form Fabian was that the role of music in the writing process was absent. The last student, Anita shared some of the same views as did Adriana. When I observed Anita, I noticed that while she wrote she would sing along with the music that was playing out loud. Although, the music did not stop her focus and she was able to write without stopping for several minutes. In her interview, she told me that music was like a comfort food for her as if she could always turn to it. The role that music played in her writing process was that it was something that she had to always depend on. Music was a necessary tool to help her complete any work that she was…

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    however for Fabian art resemble his family, art brings his inner voice, his salvation, away to heal wounds, or away to remember his past . In “Art’s Gust of Hope” Fabian chose the wrong path of life and made mistakes in life but art turned his life around. Fabian had so many family problems; he became an addict, and tried to kill himself. However art became an important tool for Fabian because it saved his life and made him to live a better life. Also Fabian became a very talented artist.…

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    The True Power Of Women In Mrs. Warren’s Profession by George Bernard Shaw, the characters presented in the play each depict a Victorian stereotype relative to their gender role during this time period. During the Victorian era, males were privileged and could do whatever they pleased in order to live the life they dreamed of. “The man’s power is active, progressive, and defensive. He is eminently the doer, the creator, the discoverer, the defender. His intellect if for speculation and…

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    The Electoral College was a system outlined in the United States’ constitution by the founding fathers, as the method in which they believe the president should be elected. But with the progression of time the views on the necessity of the Electoral College has become a controversy, as now two factions exist with one faction believing that the Electoral College is an illegitimate method for the election of a president. Though this faction exists and believes the Electoral College is an unfair…

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    African American slaves the outcome of the war would not have been the same. In addition, to participating in the revolution war African Americans also fought in the war of 1812. During the war of 1812, African Americans did not hesitate to fight for their country. As stated in Chapter 6 of From Slavery to Freedom “Northern black communities pledged their allegiance to the American government.” This statement shows that African Americans fought for this country just like those of other races.…

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    The terrorists hijacked smaller airplanes so the passengers wouldn’t try to take the plane back. It was about 9:28 a.m., the flight was over Pennsylvania and it was easing closer to New Jersey when the terrorists took over the cockpit. They turned the plane southeast so it was now headed for Washington D.C.. The passengers were herded to the back over the plane by the remaining hijackers. The passengers started making calls to report the hijackers but they oon learned that there were 3 other…

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    Alexander Hamilton: The President Alexander Hamilton came up with multiple political ideas while he was the Secretary of Treasury for President George Washington. Although he wasn’t president, there are many examples and instances that support the idea of the Virginian being a president for the early United States of America. The ideas that Hamilton surfaced to help the country started many arguments, especially between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. Jeffersonians at the time…

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    The topic of Martin Luther King Jr’s speech “I have a dream” is about the Civil Rights Movement, equality between white people and African American. To demand racial justice and an integrated society for the black community. This speech takes place at Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C. in front of hundreds of people to put a stop segregation and discrimination in America that’s been going on for years. Martin Luther King Jr delivered a speech with powerful use of language that both connects to…

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    After the Civil War, African Americans were free from slavery but they still faced many harsh realities. The “Address of a convention of Negroes held in Alexandria Virginia” and “Plessy vs. Ferguson [1896]” show how things did not change too much through time. The African Americans in Alexandria, Virginia believed that African Americans would face another form of slavery if the Federal Government did not step in and grant laws that provided them with rights as citizens, civil rights. Thirty-one…

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    Diversity and Culture of Native and African American Communities Sarah Kneifl University of South Dakota Abstract: This paper discusses the minority groups of the Native Americans and the African Americans. It explores the history of both groups, how they are similar and what makes them different. Based on the research, they both suffered at the hands of the whites. Even though both described it differently, the Native and African Americans wanted “citizenship.”…

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