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    red frame of the box. In contrast to this brightly colored dress, Aunt Jemima’s skin is pitch black and matches a black fist centered in the space where the notepad would be. In the notebook’s stead, Saar has placed a small painting of Aunt Jemima holding an angry caucasian white child. In this little depiction it is a sunny day and Aunt Jemima is standing in front of a picket fence, over which a bright white towel is drying — the towel frames a black fist which is a striking contrast in the center of the composition. This painting within the piece is a more realist depiction, whereas Jemima’s expression on the notebook holder is unrealistically clownish. Behind the entire notepad holder and Aunt Jemima, there is a quasi-wallpaper pattern of the standard Aunt Jemima logo, her portrait smiling with a bandana around her head. These repetitive logos create a…

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    A raised plant bed is elevated and sits higher than the its surrounding ground. Many things can interrupt the ability of plant growth in a raised garden bed: materials, bugs, and even the products that are being used. To some extent, we can control how strong we want our plants to grow. The most modern stage in the development of plant bed design today for raised beds filled with fast draining planting mix, which are ideal growing environments for vegetables. Therefore, using a deeper plant bed…

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    Luke Cage Definition

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    Step in the Arena I suppose it was only a matter of time until we were presented with Luke’s origin story, but I appreciate the show’s forethought into giving it such a well-timed placement within the overall narrative. By waiting until now, Luke Cage avoided feeling too similar to many other superhero stories that can’t resist showing us a character’s history right away. Had it waited any longer, it could have run the risk of putting too much distance between the audience and the action…

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    How to Create a Raised Bed Garden By Charles Bellman | Submitted On September 17, 2012 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Raised bed gardening refers to gardens whose surfaces are higher than the…

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    Annette Lemieux’s Left Right Left Right, consists of thirty black and white photographs nailed to wooden pine poles, depicting raised fists. Some of the images include the fists of important societal figures such as Martin Luther King Jr., Richard Nixon and Jane Fonda. The other images include anonymous fists of a sailor, a preacher and a concertgoer at Woodstock. Together, the fists raised in unison suggest the idea of a protest, while the use of the poles convey the idea that the photographs…

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    America has been slowly developing, learning from our mistakes, and trying to make this a country we all can live in together as one. During the 1960’s was one of America’s greatest fights for human rights, the Civil Rights Movement. During the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, John Dominis captured the powerful image of Tommie Smith and John Carlos, two African-American sprinters, raising black gloved fists on the podium as a silent protest to the treatment of blacks in America. This picture…

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    Essay On Pathos

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    This photograph, taken at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, takes place at the medal ceremony for the men’s 200-meter race. The gold and bronze medalists, Tommie Smith and John Carlos respectively, stand with their fists raised and heads bowed during the American national anthem. The two athletes wear black gloves over their clenched fists and badges for the Olympic Project on Human Rights. They protested defiantly against racism and black poverty in America, with their raised fists a…

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    Feminism Vs Fatalism

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    1.2 Nimle fingers or raised fist? It is during the process of the above-mentioned debate that the idea of “nimble fingers” was introduced to describe the reason behind the feminisation of the labour force. Feminists argue that women are considered to be born with nimble fingers, dexterous in doing manual work, and are inherently more docile. These characteristics lead to their proficiency in assemly line, their tolerance to tough work discipline, and their less involvement in trade unions. As a…

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    black community, this tactic completely contradicts the definition. In the act of conforming, we mold ourselves into caricatures and lose the sense of self, completely negating the active pursuit of the acknowledgment of our excellence. Left Right Left Right, is an art piece created by Annette Lemieux, currently on display in the Human Interest exhibit at the Whitney Museum. This piece is a collection of thirty black and white photographs nailed to wooden pine poles, depicting raised fists. Some…

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    them to follow." Summer pulled her fingers away from her lips and clenched her fists. "That's the point, Chancellor. We can take care of ourselves, can't we?" Bellamy fired again, the delinquents all cheering in agreement, their fists pumping to the stars and the smiles reaching the moon. "You think this is a game? Those aren't just our friends and our parents up there. They're our farmers, our doctors, our engineers. I don't care what he tells you. We won't survive here on our own," he…

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