So they decided to banned the Confederate flag in the states of California, South Carolina, Mississippi, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, and Some companies now everyone has their own opinion on why it was ban but I personally don’t think that they should've banned it. Some say it, they should not ban it because its's a sign of heritage not hate, some say they want to be a rebel, some say they like the way it looks, some say it's because they are proud to be a southerner. But my reason is because I like the way it looks and because it a flag that interest me and in today's society I think it just represents southern pride it a way of showing it. So now i'm going to tell you why it's not a racist flag well it's just on your opinion on the flag and what you know but I am going to see if I can make you see it from a different point of view. Ok, well if you think that the confederate flag was the flag of slavery it's not it was a
In this movie the guys that drive that car are the rebels of the movie. They are considered somewhat of the outlaws. (confederate remembrance) There are multiple statues, street names, buildings, schools, holidays, military bases, and monuments that are just some examples representing confederate soldiers or leaders in over 30 states that are at risk of being removed or changed. Although most people do not understand what the confederacy actually stands for. Most think it is a sign of racism but in reality it is a flag the represented the south just like the north had their own flag.
For the past few decades there has been a debate raging in American sports culture about the use of Native American names in sports. Teams like the Washington Redskins and several other professional and college teams have been criticized for using Native American names as mascots and team names. Some people criticize the names and say that it’s offensive and demeaning and should be changed. Others say that the names honor Native American heritage have been a team tradition for many years and should not be changed. Sports teams should not use Native American names as trademarks or mascots because they promote negative stereotypes of Native Americans in society.
The military draft was a very controversial topic during these times. Some people believed it violated a person’s inalienable rights while others argued it was a part of being an American to be honored to show your patriotism; however, if you refused to serve, you were shunned and beaten by local villagers (Greenberg). President at the time, “Lyndon Johnson, called the draft "a part of America, a part of the process of our democracy"” arguing that the draft was an honorable and patriotic sacrifice for young men to make for their country (Greenberg). With the major cultural difference between the the 1960’s and today, less young men are enlisting to serve in the military. According to the National Public Radio, an estimated 8.7 million men served during The Vietnam War while only 2.2 million men serve in today’s military.
Essay Revision Wendell Phillips speech was delivered during a time before equality was in existence. As people’s race played a crucial factor in society. During 1861 when the Civil War was in its beginning stages the Northerners were debating weather to allow African Americans to serve in the military. As that made sense to some since the whole point of the civil war was to abolish slavery in the South and obviously many African Americans wanted to fight for that ending goal, but others debated that using African Americans could put their army in jeopardy as they had no experience. Event though this was a conflict between abolitionist people who were strongly for abolishing slavery in the United States some Northerners were still hesitant in trusting Blacks as there was still racism.
Americas Sixteenth President Abraham Lincoln once said, “Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.” That would be viewed as a fair statement to almost anyone. If you deny freedom, you do not deserve it. Maybe people view that as a fair statement only because of the modern times. So, a frequent question that might be asked about history might be, is it fair to judge events or people based on modern times? Abe Lincoln was not always loved by his people in America (especially the south) during the pre-civil war, or as some might know the times of slavery.
Groups such as the Ku Klux Klan became prominent in the south. however, this was no longer something reconstruction could help former slaves with. Eventually, Hayes was elected after Johnsons’ impeachment and the Reconstruction era ended. The reconstruction ended in 1877 due to the Compromise of 1877 and the pulling of republicans alongside union troops out of the deep south. though the reconstruction attempted to unify the country back together as one by allowing confederate states into the union under strict conditions, and to help former slaves by granting basic human rights there were still many issues present throughout the
Many may question the idea that a law is unjust if it is inflicted on a mass population who had no part in enacting and devising the law. In the United States, citizens would consider that predicament as a violation of democracy. However, many minorities, particular black American were inflicted by laws that were passed without a fair consensus due to simulations that limited their rights as American citizens. As a result, many black Americans risk their lives fighting for justice for the black community. Although it is one’s moral obligation to abide by the laws for the sake of humanity and harmony amongst the nation, it is unconstitutional to not hold all accountable to the same standards of this nation’s constitution.
By first amendment rights, you can protest however you like, but it should not be on the job. You could lose your job, cause problems for your company, or league, and create an uproar with your clients, or viewers. The NFL is now seen as a football league that allows its players to protest our country on the job. Many Americans are very upset with the protesting because of it’s disrespect, and most people will not single out the players. They will look at the team, or the league, as a whole to blame for the protesting.
Our American veterans epitomize the great values of what the United States of America was founded upon hundreds of years ago by our founding fathers, our democracy, the principles of freedom, liberty, and courage. Veterans Day is often overlooked by many as just a day off of school but it means much more than that. Veterans Day honors our pride for our veterans and remembers those men and women with respect.
Should Cities Be Allowed To Take Down Confederate Statues? What do you think about Confederate Statues? Should cities and governments be allowed to take these statues down? The city of New Orleans had this problem. Many people were for taking the statue down and many against taking it down.
This resparked the everlasting debate, is the confederate flag a flag of history or hate. Some believe that it is a flag of hate and want it taken down from the state house but, I believe that the confederacy is a flag of history, symbolizing the many people who died in the civil war and proud southern culture, and should remain flying. The confederate flag is a symbol of the civil
U.S. Soldier’s Respond on Truman’s Executive Order Many white soldiers opposed the Executive Order 9981 by protesting and retiring from the U.S. armed forces, in spite of the fact that issuing this order is one small spark of innovation of equality. African-Americans were still battling essentially with discrimination in the military because some regiments were still segregated. The order was not taken full effect after the Korean War.
While others think he should sign the civil rights act of 1964 it was not politics wanting to get signed again.LBJ did it because everyone wanted him to. What is LBJ 's belifies that made him sign the civil rights act. To begin all the people of 1964 there wasn 't many people supporting the movement.There was so many deaths it was just madness to see the white people didn 't think it was right for the blacks to get
“To call the flag ‘heritage’ it’s to gloss over the ugly of the history. People say that the Confederate flag is racist but it 's not, it 's a battle flag. The flag been here longer than the America flag, only black people thinks that it’s racist and some whites also. Between the two flag, they look like the same but they are close the same. In the war they friends were killing their friends because it was against the North and the South.