“Behind every great man there’s a great women.” This quote by Meryll Frost was first used in 1946 during his acceptance speech for the most courageous athlete of 1945. He gave credit to his wife and noted that he would not have received the award without her help. To this quote could have also been used to describe Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams. She was a courageous woman who stood out to against in justice. Throughout her entire life she stood greatly with courage and was also known for her loyalty for her country and family.
Growing up and now entering into my adult years of my life, one character has always remained with me and helped me overcome many challenges and struggles in life. Dory, one of the protagonists in the popular Disney film “Finding Nemo”, is the most influential character in my life. Dory illustrates through her actions and personality that she is the true definition of a hero. She exemplifies the qualities it takes to be a leader and hero through her optimistic attitude, kindness to others, her helpful hand to anyone she sees, and lovingness. Her willingness to go to full lengths to help her friends and accompanying anyone, she takes on adventures and displays her role as a leader throughout the entire movie.
For instance, Anne Frank overheard on the English radio that friends were being taken away. In Source A, she asked herself, “If it 's that bad in Holland, what must it be like in those faraway and uncivilized places where the Germans are sending them? We assume that most of them are being murdered.” In other words, Jewish people who listened to the English radio felt threatened and apprehensive, because the government was leading them to make assumptions of horrible conditions friends and family may be in. Similarly, the eight steps of genocide illustrate how the government’s actions affect the Nazis view of the Jewish people, by making them seem different and out of place. Source B describes, “2.
In conclusion, it was great to hear Dr. Angela Davis cover a topic she is passionate about. She ended her speech by saying that education should be a human right and therefore should be free. Dr. Davis received a round of applause for this statement and I agree with her. I am lucky enough to attend college, but I have created a large debt for myself and that is not
In this article Ali talks of where she lives and how if anything calamitous happened it was blamed on the Jewish people. “I remember my teachers, my mom and our neighbors telling us ... that Jews are evil, the sworn enemies of Muslims,”(Ali n.p.). Ali installs this almost anger in her readers because people shouldn’t think this way towards another human being. And yet there happens to be an entire culture that does think this way and no one has does anything about it. The rhetorical device logos appeals to the reader’s knowledge of what happened to a vast majority of the Jewish people in the Holocaust.
if you helped the jews you were killed by the germans. So therefore, people who used to help the Jews now betrayed them and turned them in. North Korea was promised help by the government but the government never helped the citizens of North Korea and the families. According to "The Forgotten Genocide: North Korea 's Prison State." World Affairs Journal, North Korean government promised food and shelter for the ill and injured.
Louise is hopeful, positive, and an individual whom had to leave home. Throughout the story and letters, Louise was hopeful. In Dear Miss Breed, in page 3, line 9 it says, “It was too terrible to witness the pain in people’s faces, too shameful for them to be seen in this degrading situation.” It shows how Louise can’t stand the gloomy setting and she tries to be happy, positive, and hopeful. Throughout the story, page 4, line 28, she writes, “You never realize how valuable a thing is until you experience it.” This shows the hopefulness Louise has. She isn’t let down by the lack of protection she has by being outside, but she thinks about all valuable things she has at the moment.
Anne Frank A Light in the Dark Anne Frank once said, “I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.” Many people know that Anne Frank was an extraordinary diarist, truly an optimist, and a spunky, energetic girl, but did they know that she was wise beyond her years? She changed the world by blessing humanity with her extraordinary literature skills and imagination. She showed that even in horrible times, people could make the most out of it, and not wallow in their misery. She left a legacy as the light in the dark. Earlier times leading up to the arrest of Anne Frank and her Annex family were full of interesting events and emotion.