Hanna-Barbera

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  • Riot Girrrl Manifesto Summary

    A) The Riot Girrrl Manifesto sets out to give woman a voice. The goal of this manifesto is to show woman they are all unique and can obtain the same achievements of men. The ideal vision of the manifesto is a world where all people support each other to beat out those against equality. B) Points Chosen from Riot Girrrl Manifesto (with time stamp) 1.BECAUSE we wanna make it easier for girls to see/hear each other’s work so that we can share strategies and criticize-applaud each other.(47:46-49:00) 2.BECAUSE viewing our work as being connected to our girlfriends-politics-real lives is essential if we are going to figure out how we are doing impacts, reflects, perpetuates, or DISRUPTS the status quo. (33:58-35:00) 3.BECAUSE we hate capitalism in all its forms and see our main goal as sharing information and staying alive, instead of making profits of being cool according to traditional standards. (12:43-13:50) Response/Tie in B) Kathleen embraces her idea found in point one when she decided to become a solo artist and produces a album under the pseudo-name Julie Ruin which she intends to inspire young girls to stand up to society by speaking directly to them. In point two cited from the manifesto the film presents us with the ‘Washington Post’ article that in sued regarding Kathleen being raped, and although that article was not true we find out how she is connected to many girls who have experienced rape. She then makes a point of showing how her movement…

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  • Women's Representation In Politics

    “In the past, it was widely held that women were less political than men, if not apolitical. It was assumed that women had lower levels of interest in politics and lower levels of participation in political activities” (Childs and Campbell 3). However, recently feminist political scientists have found that there is “evidence of a closure of the traditional gender gap in voter turnout” (Childs and Campbell 3). Despite the fact that more women are voting, lack of political representation is still…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of People Who Hate Football Opinion Pieces

    transfers in football world and how they not making any changes in club. His article is divided in 2 pieces, first piece is a lot of quotes from 90s, that in my opinion is not really related to his article, and in second piece he is all about football, and how transfers might be good and bad. His tone is aggressive, but it’s probably his personality. He is starting his article with a lot of quotes, which in my point is pointless, I don’t understand connection between his main theme “Football”…

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  • Yogi Berra Biography

    It might be by his saying called, “Yogi-isms”, or by his talented way of ball, no matter what the world will forever be affected by the Yogi Berra. Some of his most famous Yogi-ism was, “You can observe a lot by just watching” (yogi-berra.com). Yogi was also the only baseball player to have a cartoon named after him, Yogi Bear. The creator of Yogi Bear, Hanna-Barbera, denies that she named the cartoon after the legendary baseball player, but all sources say that she was just trying to hide…

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