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    Tupac Amaru Shakur

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    Tupac Amaru Shakur was an American rapper, born in East Harlem (NYC) on June 16 1971. He had a mother who was named Afeni Shakur and a father named Billy Garland, his mother was part of the black panther party. The black panther party was a organization found by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. This organization challenged police brutality against African American people. Tupac had 8 siblings (5 brothers and 3 sisters). One of Tupac's brothers was named Billy Garland just like his father. Tupac was also

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    Tupac Amaru Shakur, a renown rapper, actor, a renown rapper, actor, and poet wrote the song “Dear Mama”, to show his mother that through it all, he appreciates everything that his mother has done for him. The author also praises his mother in the qualities she had, while also praising all the mothers who go through the same struggles that she did just to take care of their kids. This being that Tupac and his sister were raised single-handedly for most of their lives by their mother Afeni Shakur. In

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    powers that be who arrange for African-Americans to be unable to escape the extreme cycle of poverty forcing them to adapt the best way they can to their current situation; whether that be murdering someone like yourself or selling narcotics. Tupac Amaru Shakur, wrote the famous song “Changes” in 1992 but it was released after he was murdered, in October 1998. Tupac exposes the reality of commonly ignored societal ills such as racism, classism, and discrimination and establishes that unity is the only

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    Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher Wallace also knows as “Biggie Smalls” are both male rappers who lived a pretty short but famous mid 90’s career in the music industry. Tupac and Biggie were able to escape the streets therefore, many people claim that it was the industry that killed them. Tupac and Biggie are both famously known for their rapping careers even though Tupac was more an activist and Biggie rapper. Tupac Amaru Shakur who was born Lesane Parish Cooks was an American

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    Even though Shakur was considered a notorious artist because of his gang and drug connections, it is believed that he also possessed an inner beauty that many rappers envy and would like to have. Many people believe that Shakur would be considered a real iconic figure if he had not lead a gangster life. From his personal experiences, Shakur managed to develop a form of intelligence that was rare and could not be found in any

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    Social inequality issues can be revealed by different kinds of artworks such as literature and songs. One of the most famous hip hop artists Tupac Amaru Shakur (Stage Name 2Pac), who experienced shooting and incarceration, produced most of his songs which revolved around controversial issues such as crime, drug and racial discrimination in the inner cities in America society in the 1990s. The rap song “Changes” that was released in 1988, two years after Tupac’s death, reflected the social discrimination

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    Tupac Conspiracy Theory

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    Tupac Amaru Shakur was born on July 16, 1971 on by former black panther activist Efeni Shakur. He was born in the Bronx, NY, but later moved to Baltimore, Maryland where he attended the high school of Performing Arts in Baltimore, then finally moving to California to pursue a rapping and acting career.(Tupac Shakur) As a rap artist Shakur decided to expose police brutality, racial injustice, and more towards americans to the public eye and did so in a powerful way. Everything he wanted to say he

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    Throughout unit two we looked at many different societies, not in Europe. While there were many influential civilizations in Europe during this time, there was also many civilizations making major advancements as well. There were three things that really caught my eye and these were the Ming Dynasty, Incan Society, and Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital. While all of these may seem different, they have influenced how we live our life today somehow. I. The Ming Dynasty The Ming Dynasty ruled China

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    Tupac Shakur—reputable singer, songwriter, and poet—discusses his assessment over the dominance of hate in his poem, “When Ure Heart Turns Cold”. Shakur’s purpose is to expose how hate has converted his life and affected his emotions. He adopts a pessimistic tone in order for his immature audience to avoid his faults. In order to create an influential poem, Shakur relies on his pessimistic tone, use of pathos, and style to influence and strengthen his poem. Tupac Shakur know as “2pac” and “Makaveli”

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    The Role of The Kuraka During The Spanish Conquest During the Spanish conquest of the Incan Empire the role of the Kuraka was crucial in gaining control over the Andean society. The role of the Kuraka could be thought of as “provincial nobility”[1] whose main job was to control the labor and tribute made and delivered from the natives to the state. In order to do this job the Kurakas had to maintain respect from the natives while maintaining good relations with the colonial state. This could

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