Women’s Suffrage: The Creation of the 19th Amendment My topic of choice is the background behind the 19TH Amendment of the United States. Voting is important in the United States because its shows that we’re a part of a movement that allows us to vote for whose best for running our country. Well what if you were denied this right not because of your race, but your gender? Women were denied the right to vote for years because men felt that they weren’t an important part of decision making in America. They believed we were already busy with raising children, taking care of the home, and “serving” our husbands, that we shouldn’t have to deal with the pressure of voting.
In our society we are not forced by the government to wear specific articles of clothing in public. For example, an Arabic woman must wear an Abbaiya in the public eye whether at work
The topic that I choose is Generational Studies and Segmented assimilation, particularly first generation of children with immigrant parents. I chose this topic because it was a topic that I can relate to. Having immigrant parents, who have settled in New York City, makes my siblings and I first generation of Mexican-American. Due to this we have had to adapt to some aspects of American culture and Mexican culture, education can be affected.
I will be going over the discrimination of African Americans by the Ronald Reagan administration during the cold war. The effects his policies had on African Americans, what he gained from it, and the reasoning for his actions. How he used the C.I.A to target low income African American communities. Plus, the overall effects this has on the U.S. to this day.
In addition to the Director of Admissions, I would invite Edna Pontellier, protagonist of Kate Chopin’s novel “The Awakening,” Henry David Thoreau for his work “Where I Lived and What I Lived For” in “Walden,” and Sally K. Ride. I would invite these people because I think they’d all have
The Louisiana Purchase My topic is the Louisiana Purchase and why people wanted Louisiana, the hardships of getting the area for the USA, and what happened after the purchase. The Louisiana Purchase was a monumental change to the United States Of America, but there were struggles that you might not have known about.
Townhall Meeting On November 9th 2015, a town hall meeting took place in my political science class. This meeting was a chance for students of the school to bring up concerns, or issues regarding there education. For their voice to be heard directly to the faculty that runs the school, the
Other people think differently, they believe kids need to dress the same way, this saves bulling of the system. These people think that dress shorts, shoulder tops, hoodies, baggy clothing, etc. have children look and feel different from other students. Dressing the same way makes everyone feel the same
Fireworks cracking and lighting up the sky, hot dogs cooking on the grill, and a cold drink in a red, white, and blue paper cup. It is the forth of July, Independence day, the day Americans put all of their worries to the side to celebrate the freedom of the
"Remarkable in magnitude, degree, or effectiveness" is the Merriam-Webster dictionary denotation of the word 'great'. At one time it was said that America was the greatest nation in the world. However, today with the economic ups and downs, social instability, and political unrest, one has to wonder if America can still proudly claim that title.
Some of the topics we will discussing covers from the beginning of America, the new world, the American revolution, the slavery and freedom, all the way to the reconstruction of our nation. It is really interesting when you do the research and are able to explain it in your own words.
People many think that guys have just as many rules as us. However, girls have dress codes that are enforced, and guys don't always have that. People are expected to dress the way society thinks we should dress. Those expectations just aren't realistic for 2017. People of any race, gender, or sexuality should be able to express themselves through the way they dress.
Everyone follows the current fashion. People just want to fit in and be cool. In this generation, others make fun of the kind of shoes you have and what you wear. Therefore it makes us feel that we need to be like others and dress like others in order to be
Preventing 5 The fact is that any person has the right to dress or speak or anything else in whatever way they want. This is supposed to be a free country. No human being deserves to be treated as if the way they choose to express themselves is a crime.
Informative Speech Purpose: To inform or educate the audience about a topic of your choice. Time: 4-6 minutes Topic: Choose a topic that interests you and would probably interest your audience (the class). Consider what your audience already knows about this topic and what their attitude about this topic will be.