Even though this was a staged photo, the complete brutality and pure atrociousness of the moment showed the American public just how deep the corruption of this war ran. To shoot a man in the head point blank in the middle of the street is not something that sat well with the American public. As said by Marien, "Some lasting images of the war experience were created only in photography" (368). This photo remains to this day one of the most recognizable photos of the war, and among the most tough to look at. This display of pure savagery showed how demoralizing and dehumanizing this conflict had become, and added to the ever growing anti-war sentiment.
For the past couple years there has been many injustice cases involving poor accusations of innocent victims. These poor accusations of innocent victims include shootings of innocent African Americans. One way to avoid these problems is the use of body cams. These tiny cameras have saved a Police Officer 's job, justified an innocent victim, and even has saved a person 's life. Recently Police Departments have been using these such body cameras and have seen significant results.
Ukraine 's main goal is to create safe streets for the citizens in the region. Throughout the region Ukraine 's government have responded to the real and perceived threat of gangs by sponsoring a “Mano Dura,” or iron ﬁst, approach. They have rounded up thousands of youth based on their appearance, associations, or address. Most of these arrests did not hold up in Salvadoran courts but served to further condemn communities and may have accelerated recruitment for the gangs themselves. Far more troubling, from a criminology standpoint was the effect that Mano Dura had on the prison system, the mara leadership, and its operational structures.
Citizens not only experience discrimination in the work field, they also experience it at school, stores, movies, theaters, or while seeking health care. Recently, the biggest outrage of discrimination has been by police brutality towards innocent black or minority citizens. According to the Washington Post, 908 people have been assaulted, shot, and brutally murdered by police in 2016, most of which are native American, black, or Hispanic. The 14th amendment’s purpose is meant to protect all citizens of the United States, disregarding race, but why has no justice been served to the deaths of these innocent
Although some may say that racial profiling is not a problem but the fact that it leads to police brutality, racial profiling in its essence is discriminatory against all people of color proving that it is very unjust. For the past 10 year we have witnessed many different forms of racial profiling and police brutality. We have had many incidents including the Eric Garner case, the Trayvon Martin case, and the Rodney King case. These are all cases of police brutality taking into effect. For example, the day Trayvon Martin was killed, George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman responsible for Trayvon 's death, which according to https://www.cnn.com/2013/06/05/us/trayvon-martin-shooting-fast-facts/ “ calls 911 to report "a suspicious person" in the neighborhood, he is instructed not to get out of his SUV or approach the person, Zimmerman disregards the instructions.
The Red Scare left a lasting effect on the United States. Hundreds of innocent people were deported, constitutional rights were violated, and the Ku Klux Klan greatly increased by targeting its attention to immigrants, such as Catholics and Jews. As a result, the Red Scare revealed America 's dominating strength and how much Americans appreciate and understand their own democracy, its constitutional ideals, and
Even though people might be led to believe that racism is an ever-decreasing issue in the globalised and multicultural world of today, recent debates and elections concerning transnational initiatives and issues such as the EU have provided basis to believe otherwise. The United Kingdom, in particular, has over the last few months faced significant backlash and challenges as a response to the first ever successful vote to leave the European Union. As a result of the Brexit referendum, the UK has experienced a rapid increase in recorded anti-immigrant hate crimes. Regarded as an example of this is the case of Arek Jóźwik, who was beaten to death in an unprovoked attack near Harlow, launching investigations into the suspected teenage perpetrators
Despite all that good news, there’s plenty of horror stories being told. We heard about the evils of Obamacare, about the lives it is ruining in the Republican stump speeches and in ads paid for by oil magnates, the Koch brothers. But those tales turned out to be just that — tales, made up from whole cloth,
C: The atmosphere in America about hate speech has become a spotlight topic and there 's a discussion if free speech should protect it. E: The main argument against hate speech being allowed as free speech is the fact that it provokes people into actions. E: And the projection of hate speech in Charlottesville, Virginia led to a day of riots and a death of 1 person and 19 injured (Heim). A: this shows a direct connection from hate speech to violent actions.E: Another argument against hate speech is that it is cancerous in nature and will spread. E: throughout the internet hate speech is spreading and causing widespread bullying of minorities such as LGBT kids(Horne).
Overtime colleges have continuously gotten more and more expensive. Being the youngest of four children it has been interesting to see the outcome of what college and the debt that build up tend to do to people. Students are creating huge amount of debt trying to get a degree so that they can have a job and life after college. But the real question people have to ask themselves is that is college worth it? To build up an amount of debt that has you working in your late fifties just to pay off the debt from college to get “started on your” life?