Multicultural Lit And Film : An Indian Father 's Plea, Gate A 4, And Just Walk On

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Nichole wilburn
Mrs. Love Hilliard
Multicultural Lit & Film
30 January 2017
Why Should Love Be Shown To Others, Who Really Cares? Love and respect go hand and hand. Respect is earned but love is given, that is the only difference between them. Love should be felt all around the world and happiness will come with it also. But sometimes love isn 't in people 's hearts, that 's when wars are created and people die. A Lot of stories written throughout history have been about love, dedication to culture, and a race separated from respect and judged harshly. In the essays An Indian Father 's Plea, Gate A-4, and Just Walk On By:Black Men In Public Space, each tells of at least one and should be looked at with open eyes and minds. “police
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He is 5 years old, in kindergarten, and I can 't understand why you have already labeled him a "slow learner"’(An Indian Father’s Plea). Just because his son is seen as a slow learner at an American school, doesn 't mean he is seen the same way in his own community. Native Americans where the first people living in the Americas but were murdered and had their land and culture stolen away from them. Native Americans were seen and savages and uncivilized, but they respected nature and all living things. They only took what they needed from the land and grew their own crops for their villages. Just because they didn 't wear shoes and hunted with bows and arrows doesn 't mean that they were any less smart or lacking manners. All people are equal and unique and their own ways. Being in an unknown country and not being able to communicate with people could be a very scary situation. Most people that travel on airplanes to different countries speak other languages and have different customs. It 's very heartwarming for people to stop everything that they are doing to go and help someone in need of assistance. “An older woman in full traditional Palestinian embroidered dress, just like my grandma wore, was crumpled to the floor, wailing. “Help,” said the flight agent. “Talk to her. What is her problem? We told her the flight was going to be late and she did this”(Gate A-4). She helped a woman understand what the airline workers were saying

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