The Train’s passengers weren’t aware that several BART police officers were dispatched to meet the train at the Fruitvale BART Station and nullify the situation. However, the Train was untroubled when it arrived at the Fruitvale BART Station. As the train pulls into the station’s platform, many passengers disembark. The Trains doors remained open for several minutes after arrival. BART police officers, Johannes Mehserle, Anthony Pirone and Marysol Domenici made their way onto the Train’s platform.
Towards the end of the novel, Huck’s true innocence is shown when he helps Jim escape his confinement at the Phelps’ house. Innocence got the better of him since he was debating whether he should inform Ms. Watson about Jim’s dilemma or should he save him. He saved him because he felt this was morally correct. He did not lose his innocence or “sivilize” himself towards societal standards or even as an
It was time where suspicion, distrust and fear were widespread throughout the country. People were more concerned about their own personal welfare than the problem at hand. McCarthy’s methods were both thoughtless and vicious; because he wanted to accomplish his goal regardless if it meant violating the rights and values of the American people. Clooney managed to capture the essence of this to an extent; he kept his political views to himself and portrayed the realism of America in the 1950’s. He presented the facts and information in an accurate manner, by doing so; it gives the viewers a sense of the history without polluting their minds.
The theme of “The Witch” is that children judge people off of their actions rather than adults judging people based off of their outer appearance. The short story shows this by starting off in a train with a mother and her two children. The mothers four year old son, Johnny, was looking out the window and announced that he saw a “big old ugly witch.” The mother ignores the boy and keeps giving him the lollipops to keep him quiet. A man comes into the train car and notices the boys wild imagination. The mother is already displeased based on the man 's appearance, unlike the boy who was intrigued in what the man had to say.
He was inspiring the fame of being a presusaive writer and speaker he then moved on the bigger and better things he didn’t let his past get in the way of his future. He talked mainly about racism and slavery he wanted to end both of those things. Frederick Douglass was a man who also knew what he wanted he wanted to be free! He wanted to end racism he wanted to end slavery he didn’t want to be a slave all his life and by using the underground railroad he was able to escape. We are able to be free because people like Frederick Douglass who wasn’t afraid to speak up and say what they wanted to say and by doing that we have what we have today.
For the reader it is really easy not to pay attention to the story and instantly get annoyed. People can understand the tone by reading what the narrator has to say about the blind man. The narrator explains to the wife that he really did not want a blind man at his house, and won’t know how to act with a blind man. Instead of giving the blind man a chance, he starts complaining. The narrator would make jokes like “what side of the train did you sit on” (Carver,133), not thinking the old man could answer, although he could.
“I held a florin tightly in my hand as I strode down Buckingham Street towards the station...I took my seat in a third-class carriage on a deserted train”(88). The florin is a silver coin worth two shillings and he rode third-class which indicates his status. “The sight of the streets thronged with buyers and glaring with gas recalled me to the purpose of my journey.” Which he was getting the present for his crush. When he got there nearly all the stalls were closed and it was mostly dark. He went to look for the present an “English woman” if he wanted to buy anything from her stall, but he couldn’t afford what she was selling.
There are jurors who can make a decision who is right or not. The jurors are the reflection of the society who comes from them. Atticus states: “I am not idealist to believe firmly in the integrity of our courts and in the jury system. That is no ideal to me; it is a living, working reality… Gentlemen, A court is only as sound as its jury is only as sound as the men who make it up.” As Atticus knows that white community has some prejudges about black people, he assumes the jurors will find Tom Robinson guilty and Atticus loses. The important detail is in the jury that all the jurors are white people except for black people.
Ferguson case is important for US because this case has establish the “Separate but equal” clause to the US citizens. By that clause it makes the citizens have a wrong doctrine about the meaning of those sentences. They more likely to do a segregation, because of the black race in inferior they think they the facility that they have from the state is bad like in public transportation they get at the back area of the railway coach and the toilet are bad, but in public area that used by the white race the facility are more exclusive there is a cafe in the railway coach and get more exclusive service from the railway waiter. That wrong doctrine make US citizens make the segregation legal in united states and the black race still gate discrimination. What make the Justice felt that they were justified in ruling the way they did?
Is much of modern racism influenced by others opinions on ourselves and on each other? Baldwin goes on to further explain how other people can be so influential in your own degradation, “these innocent and well-meaning people, your countrymen, have caused you to be born under [these] conditions” (Baldwin 6). Whether intentional or not, African Americans were