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  • Welcome To The South Side Analysis

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    Welcome to the South Side, Where Englewood ain’t Paris. Where you are brought up to ignore the sensational levels of racial segregation. Welcome to the South Side, Where the divided goes beyond city blocks, different “territories” as, we like to say on the South Side. Welcome to the South side, where you can grow up in a good neighborhood, but go three blocks over people won’t feel the same. We all from Chicago, but there is a block to block change. Neighborhood to neighborhood shift in dynamics

  • Alienation In Richard Wright's Native Son

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    Native Son, I concluded that Native Son is the title Richard Wright chose because Bigger is treated like an outsider and faces hardships and poor treatment even though he has been in America his whole life. Richard Wright chooses the setting to be South Side Chicago in the 1930s. At that time racism was prominent. In the novel, Mary says “I’ve been to England, France, and Mexico, but I don’t know how people live ten blocks from me.”(Wright 67). Readers might view this as an exaggerated statement but

  • South Side Girl Changes

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    South Side Girl Changes America “Whether you come from a council estate or a country estate, your success will be determined by your own confidence and fortitude.” - Michelle Obama. Michelle LaVaughn Obama was born on January 17, 1964 from the south side of Chicago. She grew up mostly poor living in a one-bedroom apartment with her mother, father, and brother. While in Chicago she attended a gifted high school Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, which they doubted her admission into getting Princeton

  • Analysis Of A Raisin In The Sun Production By Lorraine Hansberry

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    siblings that include two brothers and one sister. In the 1930’s racism and segregation was prevalent in the time. Her parents were “civil rights activist Carl and Nannie Hansberry” Tillman. She was raised in the Woodlawn neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Her family was one of the wealthy African-American families in Chicago. When she was five years old, her parents got her a fur coat. She wore it to school one day and she got beaten for wearing it. Also, when she was eight years old she moved to

  • The Case Of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun?

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    four siblings that includes two brothers and one sister. In the 1930’s racism and segregation was prevalent in the time. Her parents were civil rights activist Carl and Nannie Hansberry Tillman. She grew up in the Woodlawn neighborhood on Chicago's South Side Rane. Her family was one of the wealthy African-American families in Chicago. When she was five years old, her parents got her a fur coat. She wore it to school one day and she got beaten for wearing it. Also when she was eight years old she moved

  • Argentin A Country Located On The South Side Of South America

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    Argentina is a country located on the south side of South America. It is bordered by the Andes in the west and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, neighboring countries are Chile to the west, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, and Brazil and Uruguay to the northeast. Argentina is the second largest country of South America after Brazil, and the 8th largest country in the world. Its total area is approximately 2.7 million km². Argentina claims a section of Antarctica but has agreed to temporarily

  • Short Story Of The South Side Serpens

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    As warm sweat running down Timothy's face dreaming about the South Side Serpens coming again to his family's ranch and taking everything that they have. Every year the Serpent’s come and take almost everything that Timothy and his family has. Then suddenly the doorbell rings and Timothy woke up in a sudden movement frightened and scared. Running down stairs to see who rung the doorbell. His mom was already at the door when he was down stairs. As his mom was about to open the door Timothy said to

  • The South Side Chicago Public Schools

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    feel that everything ought to be given to them rather than really meeting expectations for it. Take a gander at President Obama, he made it." That is in reality genuine, however quite a few people think along these lines. Take a gander at the south-side Chicago Public Schools for

  • Creative Writing: South Side Of Mississippi

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    dawn came I woke up and picked my makapiapia and ate it *CRUNCH*. Delicious. I thought. The saltiness still lingered in my mouth. I went outside to the living room to watch the news. On the news it said “Hello this is Ava Rutter reporting live in South Side of Mississippi, where we are watching our world fall apart with the things that we do in the bathroom. And it is big and brown and sometimes different colors if you have Diarrhea.” But usually I get extremely tired of watching the news. So I was

  • The South Side And Social Inequality In A Global Age

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    are only one of many events that highlight the issues that are still at hand. In both the South Side and Social Inequality in a Global Age both authors bring up examples of social stratification that have laced society in both the past and the present. I always understood that everyone was ranked, black, white, or brown; your color always gave a first impression. Coming from a small rural town, the South Side really opened my eyes to the discrimination that lies in cities (more specifically -Chicago)

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