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    Discrimination is everywhere. There is discrimination for everything, from aging to being pregnant, to sexual orientation. One of the biggest types of discrimination is racial. Racial discrimination is one of those things that will take time to go away, if it ever truly does. When saying racial discrimination, most of everyone’s first thought is blacks and whites, but it’s more than that. There’s discrimination between all races, from blacks to whites to Latinos and so on. Looking into…

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    How Napoleon is a Satire of Josef Stalin What would it be like to have a ruler who is harsh and controlling? In Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, many satires are presented throughout the story to make fun of the leaders, governments, or events during the Russian Revolution. Orwell writes about a utopian farm ruled by Comrade Napoleon, who is the leader of all the animals and abuses his power just like Josef Stalin did in the early twentieth century. In addition, Josef Stalin was a very…

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    Imagery-visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work. Ex: "So she drew her mother away, skipping, dancing, and frisking fantastically, among hillocks of the dead people, like a creature that had nothing in common with a bygone and buried generation, nor owned herself akin to it." (Ch. 10) This is describing Pearl being full of energy skipping and doing other things in a cemetery. She is dancing all over the tombstones. Pearl does not care or realize that what she is…

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    Araby And A & P Analysis

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    The main character is also a young man who belongs to working-class. By contrast, Queenie, the name he gives to the leader of girls wearing the bathing-suits, is a rich girl. She, after a hard day frisking at the beach and lolling by the pool, comes into the grocery store to buy the cocktail snacks for her mom. At least, that is how Sammy perceives her. Lengel is the manager and is somewhere in between all this stuff. Though he clearly earns more than…

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    blacks are portrayed as drug addicts and make up most of the conviction rate. Discretion has to contribute to this because discretion allows cops to decide whether or not to search a car and whether or not to frisk someone. Therefore, cops must be frisking, searching, and testifying against more African Americans than whites. How else would all these convictions against minorities happen if cops were not more hard pressed to find drugs on a person of color. I do not think African Americans do…

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    Cultural Racism Essay

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    Cultural and Structural Racism in the United States In 2010, white people made up about 64% of the population of the United States, African Americans about 13%, and Hispanic people about 16%. However, this doesn’t carry over to those incarcerated in U.S. prisons and jails. 39% of those incarcerated are white, an entire 40% are African American, and 19% are Hispanic. This widespread disparity doesn’t just come from one racist cop, or one racially biased law, it comes from centuries of…

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    Confiscation Of The Gun Legislation In this country we are at the point of Gun control legislation, that the government is trying to save lives, but also putting the lives of citizens at risk by making it even more ridiculous on obtaining a gun legally, and in turn making the law abiding citizen turn down the route that the criminal would to obtain their guns. Sadly, our government is tirelessly still trying to construct the process and creating it more difficult and to take away that much more…

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    Stops and frisks are some of the strategies that law-enforcement agencies use to help prevent crime and also to protect the officers and the innocent people from the dangers that could be the outcome of those crimes. Well, this is what exactly happened one afternoon in Cleveland, Ohio on 1968. Martin McFadden who has been a “police detective for thirty nine years” observed two men who were “acting strangely out on the streets of downtown Cleveland” (Criminal Procedure et al). According to…

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    Racial Profiling Is Not Acceptable Racial profiling is not acceptable in America because individual 's race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. It can be considered racist. People are accused of things they did not commit. For example, Henry Louis Gates Jr, who was arrested after forcing his way into his house. It is not acceptable because of how they look.We shouldn’t make anyone feel useless or unwanted. In the Los Angeles Times article Behind the Ban by Timothy Garton Ash states, “they…

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    Racial profiling is a strategy of stopping a citizen because of their color of his or her skin, and fleeting suspicion that the person is conspiring in criminal behavior. This application can be managed with routine traffic stops, or can be entirely random based upon the car that is being driven, or the amount of people in the car and the ethnicity of the driver and the passengers aboard. Racial profiling has been apart of the law enforcement system for a long time now, and it is nothing that…

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