Leaving Valley Forge The author said , “ Death estimate due to illnesses during Encampment December-Junae is about 1,800 to 2,500” (Document A). They are asking people to leave from valley forge because they know a lot of people could get sick and they could die from that one illness. To many people are dying from illness. Many people have that one illness and they want people to leave because you could get that illness from the person you 're with. The author stated,” Many people fight to get over that illness but can 't and just suffer and die”(Document A).
Ha and the Universal Refugee Experience “The families from eight rows down were complaining about the smell it was coming from brother Khoi.” (Lai 84 Ha had a refugee experience because she left home and went to another country, she fled from war, and her and her family were looking for a safer better life. Ha left home and went to another country. Her Vietnam home was under attack. The war was coming closer to their home. “ The war was coming closer to home” (Lai 4).
Lucy 's” had basically the same issue as the Native American children people came and took them away to a new culture they did not particularly like. Presented to Brenda J. Child author of “Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900-1940””American Indian children who often went to school quite a distance away from home, often suffered homesickness and their parents loneliness.”.similarly the girls were also homesick and desired to see their parents. Guy B. Senese claims that “Many
This article seeks to depict the hardship that Japanese Canadian women had to endure, during the World War II in Canadian interment camps and after the World War, by analyzing her personal memory, personal mails that some Japanese Canadian women sent to their loved ones and relatives, and oral testimonies of interned Japanese Canadian women during the World War II. After the Pearl Harbor incident, according to the War Measure Act, all Japanese people were removed from they homes to interment camps in interior B.C. ; This resulted in many family breaks ups and hardships on women to raise their family. This Act resulted in loss of national identity and culture of naturalized Japanese Canadians. Many Japanese Canadian women became subjected labor hardship and sexual harassments.
These schools gave traumatic experiences to the Aboriginal youths and haunted them for the rest of their life. the government pursued the schooling to first nations to make them “economically self-sufficient” with its underlying scheme(Miller) the government secretly lied to them and planned on lessening Aboriginal dependency on the public purse (funds raised by the government) Eve Cardinal, a former student of a residential school, still has traumatic memories that even 45 years later, Eva still cries about (Boguski) “Students were punished for just about everything,” -Eve Cardinal (Boguski) getting out of bed at night, wetting the bed, speaking their native language, etc. some students were forced to hold down their peers on a table as the nun beats her (the peer being held down) with a strap “I want to get rid of the Indian problem. I do not think as a matter of fact, that the country ought to continuously protect a class of people who are able to stand alone… Our objective is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada,” -Deputy Minister of Indian Affairs (1920), Duncan Campbell Scott (The goal of
Reading Seymour Hersh 's article, there is a ditch in the village of My Lai. Crowded with dead bodies, dozens of women, old people and children by the American soldiers. Those people fighting in armed conflict. I feel like every war in the past and every war in the future is all the same, but if war resulted in peace now it would be better after hundreds years of death and wars. The crazy part of the war is that people went and made the same mistake over and over again.
Most immigrants will try again after their fourth try over and over again. Another reason why I agree is that all the dangers that head their way can have them go back and do it again. This trip is the cause of many deaths, immigrants try to avoid such areas and officers. Children often get lost or killed, if they are lucky they make it. Nearly 11.6 million immigrants come to the U.S. Officers count is that 20% of immigrants get caught trying to cross the border.
Inside Out and Back Again Did you know that the universal refugees experience is when refugees goes through a journey to find a home for his/hers family. The meaning of the title is the refugee 's life was turned inside out but they came back again.The refugees went through tough times they were forced to leave their home because of war natural disasters, etc,they traveled overseas to be safe, they left everything they had to survive. Ha is an example of these things. “Inside Out and Back Again title was made when Ha’s mother meet with a fortune teller named the I Ching Teller of Fate” (shmoop) Ha’s life was turned inside out but today Catherine Gevert wrote a report on refugees and she said, “Today more than 14 million men, women, and
This quote came from a 19-year-old south Sudanese girl. After fleeing her home due to the violence, she and thousands of others are trapped at camps where civilians are supposedly held “safely”. Men and women live in constant fear at these camps, knowing that at any moment, the army of the opposing ethnicity could at any time come and raid their camp and murder hundreds of people. “South Sudan’s civil war is supposed to be over. In April, after more than two years of conflict that killed tens of thousands of people, the opposition leader, Riek Machar, returned to Juba with nearly 1,400 troops to resume his post as the vice president to his wartime rival, President Salva Kiir.”(Fortin New York Times).