Caleb Swanigan And Racism

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In the words of Nancy Thayer, "The universe is always sending us little messages, causing coincidences and serendipities, reminding us to stop, to look around, to believe in something else, something more." The connectedness that she speaks is that our world is sending us messages about how everything can be connected in someway. As we turn around and think about other connections, we get connected to ourselves. This essay will show you how Caleb Swanigan is connected to racism.

Therefore, Caleb Swanigan, also known as "Biggie", is "an American college basketball player for the Purdue Boilermakers" ("Caleb Swanigan"). He was born on April 18 1997. Biggie didn 't have a great childhood like others we know of. He had an unstable home condition
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Accordingly, freedom is defined as a right to act, speak, or think without resistance. In 2016, it "marked the 11th consecutive year of decline in global freedom" ("Puddington, Arch"). Every country is suffering from setbacks in political rights and civil liberties, especially in "the Middle East and North Africa region, they had the worst ratings in the world in 2016" ("Puddington, Arch"). Of the whole world, 45% is free, 30% is partly free, and 25% is not free. 67 countries suffered freedom declines, meaning there won 't be global peace, freedom, nor prosperity. In our government 's mind, democracy increases freedom ("Puddington, Arch"). For example. U.S. troops were in the Middle East, but when they left, dictatorships started to rise causing mass killings. The Central African Republic has the worst freedom decline. China is not free because of all the laws they have on religion and the killings of activists and Ethiopia has violence towards there government ("Puddington, Arch"). Nicaragua silences journalists and academics for its students and the Philippines holds extrajudicial killings. Poland hosts propaganda on their media to influence its people and Turkey has mass arrests. Zambia has a restrictive environment ("Puddington, Arch"). As you can see, more and more people are becoming less free. The Middle East is reflecting the uprising of other countries. The only country that had an increase in freedom is Columbia because they are starting to see a reduction of violence in communities ("Puddington, Arch"). It is predicted that more people will become less free. As Americans, we do not realize what freedom is until we lose it ("Puddington, Arch"). We have to cherish our freedom because people in other countries wish they could have it. Freedom is much like racism where more and more people are effected
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