black lives matter Aaron dugger

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first imagery argument:Imagery: Social injustice

After your image is selected and you have documented the reference the picture is taken from; write 5-8 complete sentences explaining your choice and how it answers one of the above.

If it were 1866, it would be easy to prove that black Americans who had been enslaved were hurt by the practice. They were mistreated, deprived of their freedom, and were not paid wages for their labor.

On the other hand, if you fast forward to today, it’s extraordinarily difficult to show that anybody’s problems were caused by something that happened almost 150 years ago. Keep in mind that there were white indentured servants forced to work alongside slaves back then. There were white Americans who were kidnapped and enslaved by the Barbary pirates.

poetic argument:Poetic Argument

A agree with these poems because there touching and true. althought the first one is a lil different because it sounds lik its from some white folk but also dat white folk dont sound to racist so it ight i guess. Dat still dont make white folks ok ill never look at white folks da same idgaf if they all aint da same they da same to me n im sure all black folks are da same to them.

poetic argument pt.2:Poetic Argument Pt. 2

List your 10 resources here:

1)400 years America ,

For 400 years America, we've been playing this game of cat and mouse, and for 400 years

2)For 400 years America , we've been asking to be free, and for 400 years America

3)For 400 years America , we've been paying that small fee in sweat, tears and blood

4)we have witnessed the flood, from the storm clouds that burst in a black mother's eyes.

5)we've had to watch our people bleed , for over 400 years America , you've literally scorched and scathered and destroyed our seed.

6)The flags that represent you, makes you free . But the same flags that represent you, doesn't represent me.

7)The flag that represents words that say"all men are created equal" considered me an animal and there seemed to never be a seque

8)400 years later and still "no refuge can save, the hireling and slave from the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave

9)For over 400 years, America, My brothers and sisters have fought for your pride

We carried your rifles,

10)t's been 400 years America, Gotdammit I am not a slave

I want my rights and you will not tell me how to behave!

primary solution:Primary Solution

Racism is the "Hatred" of one person by another, based on the belief that that person is inferior because of their skin color, language, customs, place of birth, or other similar traits.Racism has existed throughout human history, often providing justification for one group's dominance over another. Most people, even if they do not approve of overt racism, nonetheless have some kind of prejudice against another group of people, and these prejudices can lead to hurt, anger, and even violence at both the personal and societal levels. Overcoming your own racism requires a personal long journey, and this article will provides some insights to help you find your path.

Racism is a touchy subject for many of us. Most people have experienced it, talked about it, or at least thought about it. However, people often feel powerless when it comes to reducing racism. Luckily,there are many things you can do to help reduce racism in your personal life and in your community.

Bias is a human condition, and American history is rife with prejudice against groups and individuals because of their race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or other differences. The 20th century saw major progress in outlawing discrimination, and most Americans today support integrated schools and neighborhoods. But stereotypes and unequal treatment persist, an atmosphere often exploited by hate groups.

video support:Video support

They was talking about if black lives matter then clean up your streets.Officers in New York City are much more likely to stop black citizens, because more crimes are committed by blacks and as a result police are often given descriptions of black suspects. This leads to more innocent, non-white men being stopped on the street by police. In a speech to Hillsdale College students, writer Heather Mac Donald said:

children's story:Children’s story

Controversial police shootings and a growing Black Lives Matter movement may be hard to fully understand as adults, but from a child’s point of view, racism and discrimination may be even murkier.

Your child may be sharing their playground with peers of other races, age, size and social class without judgment or second-guessing. How do you explain concepts like racism and stereotyping?

While it’s a difficult conversation, it has to be done, according to experts.

“Kids are aware and the media is everywhere so even if we feel uncomfortable having these discussions, we have to have them,” Ann Douglas, a parenting expert and author of Parenting Through the Storm, told Global News.

author's note:Author’s Note

My perspective has not changed nor will it i hate what they did to us and always will. We aint did shit to white folks to make them put as slaves and torure us like we aint just no meat to do what yall say and when we to weak and broken just kill us or sell us to the next to buy us or to throw us away like some trash. What they did to are women fuck that. I wish that yall was treated like that to see what they went through because that shit is inhumain so yea ill never look at white people the same.


Background Info: Social inJustice introduction

Black humanity and dignity requires black political will and power. In response to the sustained and increasingly visible violence against Black communities in the U.S. and globally, a collective of more than 50 organizations representing thousands of Black people from across the country have come together with renewed energy and purpose to articulate a common vision and agenda. We are a collective that centers and is rooted in Black communities, but we recognize we have a shared struggle with all oppressed people; collective liberation will be a product of all of our work.

I chose this black lives matter because document because i love black people and them white people need to stop killing us black folks.

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