C is for Chisholm Well I go to Chisholm its one of the best schools I have ever been to. It's what easier than SantaFe the math the social studies the science everything I have way more friends. I mean I had lots of friends but I just moved back to Newton last year. Now since I am in Chisholm its great but I heard there's a lot of bullying going on there. Chisholm is great but a lot of times I get in trouble by teachers I'm only being a savage. Anyways I am happy that there is power hour cause sometimes I need it a lot. You see here I do not like to do homework at home completely do not. Sometimes I just get to lazy or I forget. That's why dun dun dun Dunn I have railer power.
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Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill Nye the science guy! Haha, that might've been a little corny. Mr. Nye, I hope you find the time to read this, I used to be a huge fan of yours in elementary school. However, I lost contact with you after entering middle school. I'm 20 years old now, and just about 2 years ago I somehow stumbled upon your name on one of the greatest websites ever, the almighty YouTube. I was instantly hooked to you and your videos on there. I found you because of my recently acquired passion for evolutionary biology and environmental physics in college. Honestly, I also have to give a lot of credit to the Cosmos: A Spacetime Oddessy (where is season 2 at?!) and Interstellar. They both contributed to my curiosity about the universe and
Does everyone deserve civil rights? John F. Kennedy believed so during the Civil Rights Movement. The Civil Right Movement began around 1950 and ended around 1970. A few of the major leaders were Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and John F. Kennedy. The purpose of the Civil Rights Movement was to end discrimination and prejudice among whites and blacks. Many African Americans did not have the same rights as Caucasians mainly due to their skin being a different color. A famous speech delivered by John F. Kennedy was “The Nation Faces a Moral Crisis Regarding Race” on June 11, 1963 at Washington D.C.. A major theme of John F. Kennedy's speech was racism. In “The Nation Faces a Moral Crisis in Regard to Race”, John F. Kennedy inspires his intended audience during the Civil Rights Movement by using the rhetorical devices of tone and repetition.
In the speech, Equal Rights for Women by Shirley Chisholm, main rhetor in the speech. She is the first African American woman to be elected to Congress. She is part of the House Representative in Washington D.C, from May 21, 1969, to 1983. She entered the primaries for the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 1972. Chisholm purpose is to fight for equal rights for all citizens, most specifically women. She wants to help as an advocate by providing more opportunities for women and encouraging women to do different men work field, other than just working as a secretary, teacher, librarian, or to just be a household woman. She wants to eliminate discrimination; prejudiced on the political view of
Cesar Chavez is an important man who wrote an inspiring speech in September 1965. His brilliant speech explains how industrious farm-workers deserve their rights. As the farmers went on strike, they searched for better working conditions and pay increases. The powerful strike took about six weeks that was still developing. Chavez built an organization supporting farmers in California. Cesar Chavez made a unique speech that left a powerful legacy behind him after people read and heard his speech.
This essay is a brief evaluation of the speeches given in the documentary of Shirley Chisholm. The tools used to analyze the speeches are identified throughout the paper. It concludes an analysis of the introduction, body, conclusion, language, and delivery. The accomplishments of these tools are discussed to give an overall evaluation. The sources used to identify the tools are internet and non internet based to conclude the analysis.
On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. the great Civil Rights activist, delivered one of the most powerful, influential, and famous speeches, I Have a Dream, to thousands of citizens at the Washington D.C. Lincoln Memorial. Dr. King 's memorable speech occurred in a dire moment of the Civil Rights movement. His argumentative speech persuaded people in opposition to civil rights by using different methods of rhetorical appeal. Dr. King 's speech was so interesting, because of the combination of rhetorical appeal styles he uses, such as ethos, logos, and pathos.
Sojourner Truth was a respectful and strong woman. First, she was an African-American abolitionist and women’s right activist. Second, Sojourner Truth gives her famous “ Ain’t I a Woman” speech. Third, she spoke her mind and wanted to be treated equally. Overall, she a strong African American woman who spoke her mind and was honored by her action.
Dr. King Jr was born Michael King Jr on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was one of the most inspirational leader in the African-American Civil right movement. He is known for his nonviolent disobedience because of Christian beliefs. Dr. King led the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1995. King help found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference n 1957and served as the first president. He got his reputation as one of the greatest orators in American History.
BlackLivesMatter became a hashtag in the summer of 2013, when an Oakland, California, work organizer called Alicia Garza responded on her Facebook henchman to the acquittal of George Zimmerman, the man who gunned down Trayvon Martin.In June, after Dylann Roof's homicidal fit in a church in Charleston, South Carolina, Black Lives Matter became a statement and condemned the shooting as an perform of terror. After the Charleston shooting, a number of memorials to the Confederate States of America were graffitied with "Black Lives Matter" or otherwise vandalized. Amid the piercing cold, the makeshift encampment became a kind of community, and each of the protesters found a role: bringing pone, sweeping the streets, stoking the fire pits.
This is Moniqua Sanders and I am contacting you in regards to my attendance this week. Today a family member of mine passed away and there will be a funeral held sometime soon. If possible, could I please come into the office early of this week. I could come in on Wednesday & Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.? If you could please get back to me at your earliest convenience it would be greatly appreciated.
President Kennedy said that “… the rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened and I believe this is true because if it can happen to someone else why could it not happen to you?
In the two speeches, “I have a dream” by Martin Luther King Jr and the Ferguson speech by President Obama, both use similar techniques but clash with some points in their topics. Martin Luther King Jr expresses the points of civil rights for a race, while President Barack Obama pleads for non-violence for the town of Ferguson, Missouri. President Obama also expresses his deepest sympathies to the town of Ferguson as Martin Luther King Jr does with the victims of injustice. These two speeches may be about different subjects but in all they use the same techniques to win over a crowd.
Coretta Scott King said "Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation." I agree with King for a few reasons. Many people might just not even remember their rights. Your rights may also even be stolen by someone. Freedom is always taken away, but you can get your rights and freedom back by doing something outstanding.
Hello, today I am going to be talking about segregation oppression, War crimes, judgmental, and equality. Take a stand For your rights. Take a stand for the truth and Justice pencil. Everybody needs to be fair and great to each and everybody. So let's get started.
Both Washington, in his 1895 Atlanta Compromise Speech, and DuBois, in his Niagara Movement speech, establish the need for equality amongst all races through explaining how African Americans are willing to work for their rights and through the use of religious references however, Washington explains the result of change happening, and DuBois unfolds the consequences of no change, in terms of equality among African Americans and Americans. The Declaration of Independence states all men are created equal with certain unalienable rights, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. By giving each individual the right of equality, everyone has the opportunity to perform to their highest potential. Not only does it benefit the United States’ economy, it also gives all Americans their unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence. A society cannot function unless all men and women are given the potential to succeed.