Now, the news portrays it as nothing short of miraculous and goes on to describe how successful Kane was in his newspaper business. The mood of the newsreel is stimulating and portrays a slightly positive attitude to the audience. This uplifting newsreel alters the audience’s mood drastically. The extreme clash changes the audience’s attitude from one extreme to the other. Welles uses this mood variation to keep the audience interested and keep them on edge, knowing that they still have the image and mysterious “rosebud” questions in the back of their mind.
Native Americans have a right to live on their own reservations. A major pipeline is about to made through their reservation. I know that the people are furious with this. The pipeline would destroy historic sites. I have proposed a solution to this problem.
Using both her word choice and the tone in which it set, her use of language foreshadows the true intentions and outcome of the lottery and its devastating ending. When she states, “[The] feeling of liberty sat uneasy on most of them,” she creates an uneasy and negative tone when she uses these certain words ( Jackson 264). It creates the sense that the villagers’ liberty and freedoms were about to be threatened and it truly foreshadows the events that are to come. She also continues her negative tone and word choice towards the event and the black box when she says, “They stood together, away from the pile of stones in the corner, and their jokes were quiet and they smiled rather than laughed” (Jackson 264). This created an uneasy feeling in the readers mind and led to the foreshadowing that the towns people weren’t so excited to participate in the lottery.
So my reaction is less focussed towards the accused and more towards the hysteria that surround the accused. I actually focussed on the movie because it's something that grabs your attention for the wrong reasons. It’s not everyday that this stuff happens towards the large scale that it did so it’s mixed emotions from when they went to jail and were found guilty to losing hope when the appeal was denied towards the relief of when they finally got out. I hoping they got out but, it would have been a better movie if they didn't get out. It would show the reality that some people didn't get out.
Some school 's team mascot names have a history behind their name and the term means something distasteful. For example, in the Ute article it states “The Redskins term refers to a time in history when the king of England called for the scalping of Indians as proof of bounty.” Lots of Indigenous people refuse to say the term “Redskins” because it means the same thing as the N-word. This shows that it has a negative nuance for the Native community and it means something atrocious. Finally, there is a lot of racism towards the Indigenous Peoples tribes. First, the Ute article states that, “It is a complete lack of appreciation for cultural diversity.” This is saying that nobody appreciates that there are other cultures or ethnic groups within our society.
The confederate flag is symbolic of discrimination and hate. I'm going to leave you with a few words from Tucson Weekly "Those who would continue to support the public display of the confederate flag really have two questions to ask themselves. One: Does it make any sense to deny that hate groups have stolen the symbol and made it their own? Or should flag supporters continue the battle to wrest the flag away from hate groups—and in doing so, risk
It is understandable why some racist jokes are funny but some could really offend someone. This comic helps bring up the important things that are happening in our society like how lately, expulsion has been happening with Native Americans. They are being forced out of where they live and forced to migrate somewhere else. Native Americans lives have become unpleasant for their group and most of our society does not even realize it. Most of the Native American stereotypes in the comic like Pocahontas are bigger than the actual people, this shows she is a big part of what people think as Indians.
This can often lead to them not handling tragedy well, because they feel as though their morals have failed them. Wilson truly loved Myrtle, so after her death Wilson goes on a rampage. He thought of himself as a man of God, but after looking at where that got him, he decides that his morality should take a backseat to his vengeance. After feeling as though his religion has failed him. Wilson decides to make Myrtle’s killer pay, believing that by seeking vengeance, he will somehow be able to cope with his tragedy better.
Those thoughts are to his benefit. As a result, his family had a significant impact on him to become a racist. Finally, being rich allows Tom to do whatever he wants. Money makes him handsome, funny and educated. He would not have achieved anything of this without his wealth.
He could speak various sentences at a time or say long complicated ones like the one quoted in the previous paragraph, but he could also have one short sentence just as powerful. “We will make America wealthy again. We will make America proud again. We will make America safe again.” are all examples of very short sentences that are loaded of rhetorical strategies and ideas that facilitate he get his point across. “We will not fail.