Passions don’t just have an affect you, they teach others knowledge, common sense and, they teach people responsibility. My passions are my education, Boy Scouts and, my family. These greatly affect the world because they help to create a better and more responsible generation. Not only do they create a better generation, they help sustain what the people before us have worked so hard to create. Nelson Mandela once said,” Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” My education is important to me and like Nelson Mandela said, you can change the world with it.
I truly like the clothes i wear because it 's just my style and my taste if people got a problem with that then they can go cry about it. I love love love the music i listen to because i believe rap shows the most enthusiasm and tells the most about a person and their life and struggles, in such a raw uncut way too. So yeah thats me, who i really am down to the core. When people stereotype or label me, it doesn 't effect me as much as it does other people, but i think the main reason of that is my personal beliefs. See for me i believe in doing and being whatever i want, no matter what anybody thinks or says.
Many people think hip hop is bad because it talks about bad things and say explicit words, but in reality hip hop is good and in this essay will explain why hip hop is a great invention and how it makes a positive effect on our neoteric lives. Hip-hop can show a way an artist really feels. Artists really do this to rigids the tone of the song, artist such as Drake, Eminem, and Young Thug for example. Emotional Hip-hop really soothes the mental health of the listeners or the artist. Listeners can relate to a song, while the artist can rap about how he/she feel or what they go through.
The simple way to do this is take note of the words you learned, play with them and create sentences out of it. * In freestyle rap, another important factor that should be considered to successfully create good rap songs is beats. Along with the rhyming words, it is important to focus as well on the beats and rhythm. As you have everything in place, you can now try to put them altogether in the song and sing with the beats. Drum machines are commonly used to produce good
My hero is Bob Marley. He is an idol of mine because of the wonderful things he was able to achieve through the power of music. In Bob Marley 's career he spread love throughout the world with the use of his lyrics, he was shot and still performed, and was a devout Rastafari. For these reasons and many others he is someone I greatly look up to. His positive, peaceful, and loving outlook towards life, coupled with his music, has personally impacted me to see how beautiful life can be.
As a child, I persistently heard them talk positively about other coworkers who might have had last names that weren’t very common in Hinsdale such as Dr. Patel, Dr. Lopez, Mr. Wong, just to name a few examples. This indirect influence taught me that although others might have different last names and origins, they were all doing similar jobs in a communal workplace, sending a positive message about racial identities in general. Consequently, my parents also taught the importance of equality as a strong moral in our household. From the age of 3, I was enrolled in a very diverse preschool. However, I never noticed differences in race at the time.
Students with one mentor are much more likely to report being confident in school and a stronger want to finish. “One study of low-income black students found that students who fare best during the transition not only have parents who are involved in their education, but supportive teachers as well” (Steinberg, 2016, p. 163). Having support or a motivator can make the difference. This could have been a part of LeAlan’s motivation. When interviewing his mom, she said “we used to talk about your homework, we don’t do that anymore” (Jones, et al., 1997, p. 179).
Introduction: Growing up in a small family can have plenty of ups and down but most importantly we grow to love each other very much. We have been faced with tough situations that can either break a family or build a better bond between us. My family is very small and is very dysfunctional but I cannot help but to love them. I have two younger sisters who are 15 and 13 years old. I am the oldest and the second person in my family to attend college.
It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength. Maya Angelou This quote embodies the essence of my students. They are from diverse backgrounds, however, each possesses beauty and strength that I hope to nurture as their teacher. Over 99% of my students are African American or Hispanic, and over 95% receive free or reduced lunch. They also live in the poorest congressional district in the United States.
The hate letters have thinned out now, and to my surprise I have been receiving letters of encouragement. The letters are mostly from other black students from university, but I do get some from young children in high school and even some older people commending me on my courage. While I do think it’s rather kind of them, I don’t see myself as someone who deserves this. I am no one special; I’m not Martin Luther king, I’m just some guy getting an education for myself. It did make me start thinking of the future, these kids writing to me, what is there life going to be like?
This song was successful in spreading the awareness of the civil rights movement. Just how rap music has continued in the footsteps of phase music throughout the 80s and 90s, even to this day to spread awareness of how corrupt our society is; and that is the reason why I love listening to rap and music similar to “Come Out.” I would include “Fugue in G Minor” in my soundtrack because every time I listen to it I get this feeling of mysteriousness. Anyone that is close to me knows that there is a sense of mysteriousness about me because I like to live a private life where people will have to try very hard if they want to
This group has suffered tremendous discrimination over the years that they have been around but it has also improved as time has progressed as well. Today African Americans are proving that they are hard working, educated, equal, and not low life by attending college and getting jobs. They have also learned to ignore the negativity associated with them and have become stronger as a whole. For example, some African American singers now are using racial slurs that have been used in the past as part of their songs to show that those words wont bring them
White people have more rights and privilege from birth, while blacks face discrimination and the lack of opportunities from early years instead. The author wanted to show that people’s personal and professional success in life was closely associated with their racial and cultural background either increasing their chances to succeed or limiting them instead. Although both categories of people have the right to be happy, only white women can be truly happy in their life being able to marry, have children, have her own home, while black women are enslaved, oppressed and sexually exploited their entire life dreaming about a peaceful home, true love and a happy family. While writing the present book, Harriet Jacobs did not only want to show the hardships of slavery, its impact on people but also wanted “women of the North realizing conditions of two millions of women at the South” (Jacobs 2). The present book became the source of major differences between the North and the South, between lands opposing slavery and states strongly promoting it through the
It means to be a hardworking person and to be able to do anything you put your heart, mind, and soul into. This means you can succeed in anything you do. Through my past experiences, I have dealt with people that thought I couldn’t get into a university because of my racial background, coming from a low middle class family with my dad working 14 hour days and my mom as a stay at home mom. Many people, especially some family members,
So I would actually say the day he died was my biggest disappointment because if he was here today I doubt half of the stuff that’s happened to me would have happened. I miss him so much and each decision that I make I think of him and how happy he will be of his granddaughter. Every decision that I’m making in my life he will be supporting me 110% but I just look at it that I’m doing all of this for him. He always called me his little hustler and I am. I can do anything that I put my mind to, just stay focus and do your best