Isabel Wilkerson is very thorough in this reading. She covers the exodus of blacks from the Deep South beginning with the First World War up to the end of the Civil Rights Movement, and even slightly beyond. Because this occurrence of migration lasted for generations, it was hard to see it while it was happening, and most of its participants were unaware that they were part of any analytical change in black American residency, but in the end, six million African Americans left the South during these years. And while Jim Crow is arguably the chief reason for this migration, the settings, skills, and outcomes of these migrants ranged as widely as one might expect considering the movement’s longevity. I liked Wilkerson’s depiction of Ida Mae,
In their Introduction to the “They Say /I Say” book, Gerald Graff and Cathy Brikenstein strongly believe that their templates will improve the reader’s writing skills. Graff and Brikenstein insist that writing is just like an activity we are used to do continuously, and if we follow certain process, we improve our writing and “help [our] writing become more original and creative.” (11) The authors also added that writers must give the opposing argument (they say) and then comes the thesis, which “should always be a response to the arguments of others.” (4) Personally, I agree with most of the points that the authors argued about. I personally found the templates the offered in the Introduction and in the first chapters helpful. In addition,
I believe he really got to experience being a Negro even though it lasted 6 weeks. Griffin becoming an African American was a risky decision. Putting his family and his life in danger. Griffin felt that he would show everyone how Negros are really treated in the southern states. He got his first taste of what it was like to be a black when he got to Mansfield, Texas.
I was devastated with every new discovery but I was glad to have watched the case. It brought me closer to people with the same interests. I felt united with minority groups in my city and I met a top attorney from my state involved in this case, Mark O’Mara. I grew up learning important family values, such as perseverance and courage that I cherish and wish to bring into my career by practicing family
It gave me a greater understanding and appreciation for those who serve. I would personally recommend this to anyone. Those who has the slightest interest in the Military they’ll love it. For those who don’t they will learn massive amounts about the military, and have a deeper appreciation for those who serve. The one thing I would have changed was the testimony that Taya, Chris Kyle’s wife, gave in spurts throughout the book.
It’s inspiring to see that even though she has changed physically and have aged quite a lot, she’s still passionate about her teachings and beliefs. Her mind is still so strong and full of ideas even though her outer appearance may not show up to par. Even though she’s old, she’s still able to challenge people about their ideas and make them think and even give them books to read at the end of their conversations. Personally, I never knew how much one person can experience in their lifetime and not only living an ordinarily one but to actively make a difference and take a big part of the American Revolution. It’s really inspiring to take a step back and watching something like this because
The templates that are exemplified in chapter fifteen in They Say/ I Say are incredibly useful and I will definitely be using these for future essays. The first template I chose is: The finding that __ should be of interest to __ because __. I chose this first template because it directly tells the reader why they should care, which is something I have struggled with in my writing. I already know why I care, but why should a complete stranger care about what I am writing? This template makes it easy and simple to do just that.
I am very blessed to have my mentor be someone that is just as excited to help me as I am to be there. And finally, my project and paper are connected through the fact that most people think that TMJ is connected through braces, and I am first hand going to see how all of it happens, and what steps we can take to help prevent the
I want to enter the classroom in the mindset of Jay Erskine Leutze. I will never give up on my students, and in turn I hope to incite them to reach for their goals in this manner. In closing I would like to say that I'm elated that I chose to pick up this book and run with it. It truly changed my perspective on struggles or the "mountains" of my life. I will no longer turn away ashamed of what I didn't reach, but continue to try until I can say that I stood up that
I taught the readers the significance behind Latinxs students and their struggle in the education category. I believe learning about this subject can give a huge value on everyone 's mentality. It is nice to learn about things that happened to different races and how they overcame such things. The more that you know, the better. I felt like if I did not get taught this material, I would never have known about such an empowering movement.
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