In this portion of the speech, he uses parallelism to reiterate that America has tried everything to stop this war from happening, but their efforts were to no avail, and it was time to begin fighting. He even goes as far to say that "The war is actually begun!" and "Our brethren are already in the field!". "I
Many lives were taken when fighting for their country to have justice for what Germany and the British government did. On document 9 it states “you have sickness in your head, for this is not justice.” It demonstrates on how it affected the people being attacked. On the other hand others responded differently. Many African rulers pledge themselves to not start war with other tribes. On document 2 it states “will never commit itself to any such policy” and “remain friendly with white men.” They maintained consistently with having a good government and following orders.
America presently still faces many inequalities and lack of justice against oppressed minority groups that aren’t white, cis, hetero, Christian men, even after the decades of activism to combat this. Activist constantly fight for these discriminated, marginalized groups and against the systematic oppression they face. But there are too many fights to be fought all at once. To name a few there is; racism, sexism, heterosexism, etc. Textual evidence given to us over the course of this class shows that tackling all of the social justice movements at once is not possible.
13 July 2015. According to Archbishop Desmond Tutu a man who has spent his entire life fighting discrimination and justice for people to have rights. Points out that there other issues of justice- not only for human beings but also for the world’s other sentient creatures. Tutu himself has seen firsthand how injustice gets overlooked when the victims are powerless and vulnerable, for they have no one to speak up for them. Tutu points
Unfortunately, I was unable to put together a panel seeking to address the anti-Muslim rhetoric which has plagued our society in recent years but still would like to broaden my own understanding of Muslim culture and history. I am of the belief that all marginalized groups have to take part in each other’s struggle because only when there is solidarity can there truly be change.
Question 1: Insight 1 On page 73 the author states “faith or its lack is the root cause of obedience or disobedience, faithfulness or sin”. Our society lacks of faith in God has lead us to disobey God’s Natural laws. I believe that we are subject to suffering because we do not believe in God’s power. According to the author faith is more than just mere belief, it is a deep commitment to God. Insight 2 Personally, hope is a virtue that makes me get up every day and see past all the terrible things happening in today’s world.
Steven Sternberg Mrs. Burns English 1 CP 1 March, 2018 The Flag Protest “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color” (Kaepernick, Colin). The flag protest has been a protest existing for a long time but, recently sparked lots of controversy. Although kneeling during the national anthem may seem disrespectful are often seen as a disrespect to the flag and troops, a inefficient way to promote a cause, and anger many people in shows division in the country, it can show that the ideals of freedom is justified, it generates conversation and awareness about topic, and is a legal form of peaceful protest. To begin with kneeling during the national anthem may seem
Kaepernicks’ choice to protest during the national Anthem has alarmed Americans about the injustice of police brutality. Again, his protest has shown that respecting our soldier goes far beyond honoring our flag for 60 seconds, but that it takes us, the people to implement and use our constitutional rights that were fought for. Also, Colin Kaepernicks’ protest highlighted societal flaws, and encouraged the American people to push for justice on the issue of police
“Human Trafficking is a crime against humanity. We must unite our efforts to free victims and stop this crime that’s become ever more aggressive, that threatens not just individuals but the foundational values of society” - Pope Francis. Currently in the world there are so many underlying issues like wars within countries, drug smuggling, nation against nation. Nevertheless no one seems to talk about some of the bigger problems that take place within countries. Nations are belittling one of the longest standing issues that the world has ignored for years.
Jesus’s name has been banned from being taught in many countries around the world. However in these countries Christianity is steadily growing. The Holy Spirit, that is what gives persecuted Christ followers the courage to teach Jesus, is always around believers and un-believers: the Holy spirit cannot be banned. Believing this simple truth, we know that Christianity changes the individual, the culture, and the government. There is a plethora of tales of Christ changing people for; C.S.