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  • The Idle No More Social Movement Analysis

    Throughout society the vast majority of individuals struggle with different forms of oppression as well as privilege based on their identities. The way an individual identifies himself or herself changes the way in which they move through the world. Although differences are present, as Chris Dixon (2014) mentions “ we are forging a shared politics through struggle. We believe in the power of people to fight for justice and dignity and to shape history in the process.” (p. 3). With all of the…

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  • Pablo Escobar Narcos Analysis

    on September 2nd of this year and was given highly positive reviews. The show follows one of the world’s most prolific criminals, Pablo Escobar, and his Medellin Cartel based in Colombia. The show tells the entire story from Pablo’s birth in Colombia, rise to power and international fame, and subsequent death in Colombia. This paper will critique and analyze an important intersection between gender and nation, as well as nation and sexuality displayed on the show. The show is based off true…

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  • Anti Immigration Arguments In America

    America is the nation of immigrants. Our history is heavily dependent on immigrants searching for new opportunities to flourish. Immigrants are extremely brave. They leave their country, their families and their homes to come to a country that will most likely not accept them in hopes of a better life. We live in a land where an amazing opportunity is typically right around the corner but is it worth it. Most anti-immigration arguments begin with statements about how illegal immigrants are…

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  • The Controversial Issue Of Illegal Immigration

    Illegal immigration is one of the most controversial issues in the United States for the past several decades. Illegal immigration is also a problem that affects all Americans. An illegal immigrant is defined as anyone who migrates to a country for a permanent residence without any form of identification. Illegal immigration creates a lot of problems, for example, overpopulation, rising crime rates and unemployment (Christian, 1999, Population, Immigration, and Global Ethics) People move to…

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  • Quinceaneras Research Paper

    The deportation of African’s to Colombia and their struggle to survive was a catalyst for communities to flourish and with it the social and cultural customs of it’s people. These were intermixed with the indigenous customs and social norms which subsequently evolved, providing new customs within the culture. The use of music to convey political messages is not new to our societies. Music provides inspiration and helps to strengthen the fight of the protesters. Colombia has seen it’s fair amount…

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  • Legalizing Undocumented Immigrants

    There are many reasons why there should be a legalization for undocumented immigrants. One of those reasons is that legalizing immigrants will help be safer and there will be a better background check of individuals. It will create a much safer environment anywhere undocumented immigrants go. Another reason would be that undocumented immigrants now have become a great part in job industries, industries that we rely heavily upon. Also, education plays a great role in the United States which the…

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  • Colombia Informative Speech

    vivid color, and splendid decorations is what allures people to visit the country. Indeed, Colombia offers a diversity of food that makes the country of Colombia unique by itself. Perhaps, Colombia is not as “economically developed as Chile, or it doesn't have a world wonder like Peru”, yet there are many scrumptious delicacies in their cuisines. In general, the breakfast is extremely crucial in Colombia, which is comprised of fruit juice, coffee, hot-chocolate, similar to American’s. Lunch is…

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  • Pablo Escobar Outline

    B. Pablo Escobar was born in Medellin, Colombia. He came from a rural family. Even though many people believe that he did not have heart, he cared so much for his family well being. C. You will learn about how he became a drug dealer, how much wealth he earned, as well as how his goals made him as cruel as a terrorist. Transition Statement: Now, I wanted to talk about how he became a drug dealer. I. He was a drug lord from the cartel of Medellin, Colombia. A. He became major drug smuggler in…

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  • Social And Economic Problems Of Illegal Immigration

    Illegal Immigration Illegal Immigration is good just for the money that enters. Illegal immigration is unnecessary because people have humans right to travel. This is given by social and economic problems of the country. Illegal immigration is good just for the money that enters. To illustrate, Renne is my friend, he has an uncle and to spend the time, he decided to be immigrant. He left his family (one wife and his unique daughter) nevertheless he have money and he sends money to his family.…

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  • Immigrant Family Research Paper

    As the child of an immigrant family, the immigration policies are of great importance to my family along with many other families. The immigration policies affect many legal and illegal immigrant families and their U.S. born children. The ever-changing laws pertaining to immigrants and how to handle them splits families apart and deports citizens acting fully within the law who have done nothing to deserve their unjust treatment. The laws regarding the deportation of immigrants are never fully…

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