On August 15, Japan surrendered unconditionally. President Truman decision to drop these atomic bombs on these cities changed the course of history and modern warfare. After this pivotal moment begun an arms race to develop the most nuclear bombs between many nations. The decision to drop the atomic bombs over Japanese cities had to involve a lot of pros and cons. This paper will discuss the reason why the bombs were dropped, how historians look back on that decision, how the culture of the time affected that decision, and what, in my opinion, was the deciding factor.
Racism is a topic still at the forefront of most political discussions to this day. Even though large strides have been made towards ending the racial divide, there is still a large amount of stereotypical behavior that can be seen. In examining the book “Coming of Age in Mississippi,” Moody’s outlook on different races, and Southern beliefs, it becomes clear that racism played and still plays an incredibly negative role on the lives of not only African Americans but all of those who are subject to this prejudice. In the book “Coming of Age in Mississippi” by Anne Moody she illustrates with her writing and offers a very interesting look at the prejudices seen by African Americans in the Southern United States around the time of Jim Crow laws. Often times in books and other reading surrounding racism the only outlook seen on these times is articles written by outsiders looking in.
They changed the education possibilities for black students later on. Before the Supreme Court's decision of 1957, many states across the country had mandatory segregation laws. These laws required for both african american students and white people to go to separate schools. There was so much resistance about black and whites going to different schools that there was a second decision known as brown II, telling schools to integrate students no matter their race or ethnicity. Little Rock Central High School was obligated to integrate nine black students in response to the Brown II law.
In today’s society, many of our complications haven risen about cops killing innocent residents, mostly black people. There are less programs on TV that doesn’t discuss the focus of daily African American life. People assume that more of us go to jail because of crime rather than going to college to earn a degree. Yet, is TV too white? My debate is unanswered.
A major benefit for having body cams is the fact that it will decrease the force used by Police Officers. For the past couple of years there has been many videos of Police Officers using excessive force against innocent victims, especially with African Americans. “The notion has been around for a while. But since August 's fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri -- for which witness accounts varied widely -- it 's gained traction to become part of the national conversation about police conduct.” (Brandon Griggs 1) People have been recently protesting against Police Officers because of the excessive force people have seen them use recently in viral videos. Some Departments have been using body cams and have seen some significant results.
Furthermore, he hated how the colonists were treated. He wrote another essay “Future of Ruined Germany” that I want to put a full focus in this essay. The “Future of a Ruined Germany” is based on Germany after the Second World War. On the first paragraph I mentioned that power makes both positive and negative outcomes. What does this essay tells us about power?
I had wished for the war to end with no bad issues because I am Black and couldn’t handle all the insults. But unlike stories, it wasn’t a perfect ending. There were many pros and cons of World War 1. Some cons had some injustice and cruelty, while the pros were amazing and spread all over the world. Like I said before, I worked as an employee during WWI (World War 1).
Police Brutality and Race Police brutality is not a new problem in the United States. It has occurred throughout history and has affected all genders, ethnicities, and races. Recently, however, police brutality towards African Americans has become a controversial topic in the news media, and has prompted heated discussions and angry public outcry about race relations and civil rights throughout all sections of the country. Ever since the Michael Brown shooting in 2014, which was caught on camera and viewed widely on national television and on social media, the police have been under scrutiny by both the news media and the general population to stop their use of physical force and unnecessary violence when apprehending and confronting criminals.
This maddest bring’s a lot of pain to families that have lost loved ones to gun violence. We as people are not perfect but killing somebody is not the way in life to make peace with our enemy. Let us take time as people to stop killing and make peace because when judgement day comes a lot of people that have killed somebody and not ask for forgiveness will go to hell. Black on black crime has been a problem since the early 70’s but was not as bad as it is today. Black on black crime has been a big deal because young people are dying everyday because somebody the same age has a gun not to protect but to kill another person because they might not be as good as them or they did something to them that was wrong so they seek revenge on that person.
“His social heritage has taught him to despise the Negros and he has had little education which could have change him, the result is that probably no group of whites in America have a lower opinion of Negros.” These motives have led to street interactions between the police and African Americans that have reached a level of distrust based on his up growing. According to Chancy and Robertson, “Negrophobia can be surmised as an irrational of blacks, which includes a fear of being victimized by blacks, that can result in whites shooting or harming an African American based on criminal/racial stereotypes.” They then use this to justify the killings of unarmed African Americans based on them being black and fearing for their lives. Police officers are killing African Americans every other day and some are getting away with it; even in states where officers have to wear body cams and