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    The LGBTQ + Movement

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    I wonder if these activists run into the same problem I do, that they fear offending and misunderstanding a culture different then their own. Perhaps people are simply trying to “stay in their own lane.” When I make these observations, it is not an attempt to lambast any particular groups. Within the LGBTQ+ movement, there has been an increased attempt to welcome people who look like me, speak the same language as me, listen to the same music, and watch the same movies. Discussions have increased among fringe groups about intersectionality between multiple conflicting identities, and all of this is so important to furthering equality. The problem is that these movements are often small and timid, too afraid of stepping on any toes to demand…

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    In “Song of Soloman”, Morrison tells a remarkable story reflecting the absence of a father figure in African American homes. Instead of looking at the absence of the black man in a blackm family, she depicts this men not as traitors or deserters, but as strong, exploratory spirits providing a solid foundation for their children, even if his absence affects them. Morrison introduces the imagery of flight, using this to capture a vast foreshadowing to the family’s changing aspects of “Song of…

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    Song Of Songs

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    One of the more neglected parts of the Bible is the Song of Songs (also called the Song of Solomon). Although it is easily found, right in the middle of the Bible, it is a book that is rarely read and hardly known; usually it is known to Muslims through just one verse, which we will come to later. Such neglect does not befit any of God's word, because as it says elsewhere in the Bible: “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in…

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    Song Of Song Analysis

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    claims that the Song of Song is a marker and by product of ancient biblical communal and theological identity with core values that upholds sexual purity and emphasizes the essentiality of desire within covenant love relationship. This paper suggests that Song is an anthology of love songs that emerged from the oral tradition; revised and refined over a period of centuries from 10th to 4th century B.C.E through a medium technology analogous to the shared internet; and edited and recasted in its…

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    elements of this class. I began looking within myself and thinking of the things I was passionate about at their age and the one thing that kept coming to mind was music. Even this initial thought moved my heart. I took this idea and began to work with it. No one in any of the schools where I have taught used music (and very few do today), so I had to start from scratch. I knew that in order for my administration to buy into my ideas, I needed to show educational…

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    How To Describe Eminem

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    started when I was babysitting one night and 8 mile, a movie loosely based on the life of Marshal Mather’s better known as Eminem, came on (don’t worry, the kids were already sound asleep). I loved the movie and the music in it so much that I started researching Eminem’s life. I mean the man is a lyrical genius how can you not become slightly obsessed with him at some point in your life. I started listening to his music. I bought all of his albums. Every last one. And out of all 19 albums, the…

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    Some say music is the key to the soul, and the way music is turning in recent years many believe it is making a turn for the worse. Ten years ago with songs like, “We belong together” by Mariah Carey and “Let me love you” by Mario showed more thought and substance when it came to the concept of love and intimacy. The songs created in past years showed more conservation and used clever metaphors to insinuate sexual relations, rather than blatantly stating it. In more recent years, with songs like…

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    In order to generate a ten-song playlist that typically assists me in achieving physical health while doing exercises, I started to select music from those I usually listened to while I was walking or doing exercises. I was struggling at first when I simply sat down and selected songs in my iPod, because there seemed to be a lot of songs that could be chosen as long as the beats were not too slow and the styles were lively, which made me confused about how to limit the playlist to only ten songs…

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    influential artist that lends to the greater good of humanity. Rapping about injustices, racial relation and equality that appeal to many people who are suffering from those issues. The song ‘Can’t cry’ by Jcole, will show how the artist convey his message about social inequality in the United states of America. Furthermore how Jcole approaches this issue in the song, with his use of language. The black people in America have a hard time, which matters. ‘ can’t cry ’ is the title of the song…

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    many catchy rhythms. Also we together wrote a song talking about friendship. It was a very interesting experience. This workshop helped me notice the importance of integration of nature as well as how music can make a change of one’s mind. At first, we were asked to follow the beats given by professor with our hands. It is so surprising that we made the sound so harmonic. It is the first time that I met most people in workshop, however, we successfully perform the symphony together in the…

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