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    Zulu is an ethnic group in Africa, they are said to be the largest ethnic group in South Africa. Most Zulus are located near the KwaZulu-Natal region. The Zulus are really famous for their “fighting spirit” and also for their beaded crafts and basketry. Their main language is Bantu, but there are many languages that come under that. In this essay I wanted to discuss some environmental problems that Zulus go through, and also relate to the problems that African Americans have gone through in the past. One of the biggest environmental problems Zulus face is lack of water. This has been a problem when it started raining less than it used to. The rain was what provided drinking water to the whole country. Another reason there are water shortages is because of the population growth. As the population grows there is a lot of demand for water and since there is no water they aren’t able to supply it to them. The third reason they don’t have water to drink is because of pollution. The second environmental problem Zulus go through is pollution. In South Africa pollution is mostly caused by industries, factories, oil, and by all the people that move in to look for jobs or more. “According to Randwater, one of the biggest municipal suppliers of clean water, states that water can be polluted in terms of either bacteria and germs or chemical pollutants landing in the water.” Whenever there are chemical pollutants in the area, they land in the water and then they go…

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    Shaka Senghor

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    To some the mistakes that are made throughout life are considered as deeds that define what others reflect of us rather then what you may think of yourself. In reality we are human beings we all make mistakes whether those mistakes maybe big or small they don’t define us. Instead those mistakes help us grow, they shape us into the people that we have become today, and they continue to shape us in to the people that we will be in the future and so on. Ted talks “why your worst deeds don’t define…

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    It was established during the 2nd century CE, yet the piece is timeless, due to the message it preserves. Tori Busshi’s Shaka triad, though being established in 632, is Japan’s earliest works that represented the newly adapted religion of Buddhism. Though created years apart, the two structures hold various similarities. For starters, both pieces were constructed while the idea of Buddhism was quite young in the region, yet through conveying the messages of Buddha, individuals were able to adapt…

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    Shaka was the most predominantly known monarch of the Zulu kingdom. He changed the methods of warfare and was responsible for bringing together more than 100 chiefdoms to form the Zulu kingdom. In this essay we take a look at the life of this Zulu king and conqueror, as well as the legacy and impact he left on the world. Biography Shaka was born around 1878 in the present day region of Kwa Zulu Natal. His mother, Nandi,was daughter of the chieftain of the eLangeni tribe and his father,…

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    Shaka kaSenzangakhona also known as Shaka Zulu, was born in 1787. He was the most significant monarchs of the Zulu kingdom. He was born near present day Melmoth, KwaZulu-Natal Province on the Mhlatuze River. His mother Nandi (1760-1827) was a daughter of Bhebhe, a past chief of theLangeni tribe and the mother of the legendary Shaka, King of the Zulu’s. His father Senzangakhona kaJama, chief of the Zulu clan, which was small and insignificant at the time. In the late 18th century, the Zulus…

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    This chapter discusses the course from the Zulu tribe to the Zulu nation. The formation of the Zulu nation has become so synonymous with the name of King Shaka who during his reign was able to amalgamate separated tribes and clans in South East Africa to pay allegiance to the Zulu empire. It also looks at what made Shaka a statesman and a nation builder in the early nineteenth century South Africa. Moreover, this chapter looks at the structure of tribes and clans and how these were amalgamated…

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    interested in, most like will be interested in reading, especially if it pertains to their lifestyle. A few weeks ago, author Shaka Senghor visited Dr. Ronald E. McNair HS to promote his book, “Life Death, and Redemption in an American Prison: Writing My Wrongs.” This author captured the students’ attention as he read excerpts from his book. The students were engaged during the lecture as they could relate to the message from the book. Each teacher whether they taught core or elective classes…

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    Japanese society has been majorly influenced by China throughout history. This is visible in Japan’s religious art, technology, philosophy, and architecture. One of the largest influences of Chinese culture on Japan actually came through Korea. Buddhism was introduced to Japan in 552 by the gift of a Korean king to the Emperor. This gift consisted of a gilded bronze Buddha and sutras written in Chinese. From this gift and the Emperor’s subsequent conversion to Buddhism many changes came from the…

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    Another example of a person overcoming their struggles was Shaka Senghor. In his TED Talk he explains his story of how he was an honor roll student with a dream to become a doctor. However, because of the environment he was in, it caused him to make bad decisions. At the young age of 19, Senghor killed a man while dealing drugs in Detroit. He then found himself in jail, and soon after, in solitary confinement. While in solitary confinement, he started thinking,“ As I sat in my cold cell, I felt…

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    Loneliness is the true evil that causes a profound amount of pain within someone, driving them into the worst imaginable fate: a life of violence. In Shaka Senghor's memoir, Writing My Wrongs (2016), Jay’s life tumbles down into darkness. From when his mom disconnected herself from his life to murdering an innocent man, Jay felt a sense of loneliness throughout many periods of his life. Although his father had always been by his side, Jay felt detached from his father’s new life with his new…

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