At the time of this speech, April 12, 1964, the entire nation knows who Malcolm X is. His popularity automatically provides a lot of ethos. To add to that, Malcolm X is a praised speaker amongst the African American community, and is African American himself. Since his audience is towards all Blacks and African Americans, the aforementioned traits helps build a very good amount of ethos. Malcolm uses a lot of inclusive language to increase his ethos.
The Interstate Highway Act of 1956(National and Defense Highways Act) was one of the largest public efforts that had constructed 41,000 miles of the system over a 10 year period. It was a work that had greatly revolutionized the way the world progresses while also enriching the quality of life for almost every American citizen. This event was important enough to remain in the textbook because socially it made traveling more efficient while also allowing citizens to travel to many more places inexpensively,economically because goods were able to be transported more productively which ultimately allowed many companies to lower transportation/production costs and enhance productivity/profits,higher gas prices due to increased production of cars,and
Some even say “Robinson broke the color barrier in a sport that had been segregated for more than 50 years. ”(History.com) His action encouraged others to change the world just like Jackie and make the world a better place. Not only did Jackie’s actions encourage for the world to be a better place, he also helped light the way for others to join the Major Leagues.
The facts, the figures and the story of Pomona’s potential “sleeping giant” are, by now, well known in the local area. Pomona’s Latinos make up the largest minority group in the region and one the fastest growing segments of the Pomona electorate. It is important to understand that unless local Pomona Latino population growth is channeled into the political process — with voter registration, election day voting and participation in government — there can be no awakened Pomona giant. From a political perspective, if the Pomona Latino population want to treated with respect, their political strategy has to be to boost Latino voter registration now, and promote a strong turnout at the polls on election-day.
There are many men and women who are responsible for there being equal opportunities for all, and Thurgood Marshall is one of them. Thurgood Marshall’s drive for equal opportunities for all humans led to better changes to the system and easier lives for African Americans and all citizens. Not often that someone’s dream of happiness is to help others; generally it may to be the best at something or to be known throughout the world. However,
They found each others company comforting a new way rather than the idea of fear bring them together. African Americans also, “enthusiastically participated in politics”. Black happily voted and became equal, by law, to whites because their voices were heard when it came to the
The effect of economy is clear and significant to the story. The dominant social class, which are the white males, are shown to have more power. During this time period, white men were typically supported by the black community, such as people like Rosaleen, a black servant on Terrence Owen’s (Or T-Ray) Peach Farm and the caretaker of Lily Owens (T-Ray’s daughter). Rosaleen was one of many whom, “Worked as one of his pickers,” (2), and without the many laborers like Rosaleen, none of the work would have gotten done on the peach farm.
They are now fully incorporated into our culture with voting rights! Some make copious amounts of money in professional athletics. If we can do this again, we will be heroes throughout the world! If in 200 hundred years, they become assimilated and we can in turn offer them voting rights, after we have taught them how to act in our society, and where their place is, then they have paid their dues, and can become citizens of our fine country. For those criminals with bad intentions the desire of entering our country might be lessened knowing they will also lose their freedom.
In the news we constantly have african americans getting shot and in the court system there falsely accused. However some things has changed like integrated places and us having the right to vote. We have more freedoms than before, but there are still limitations. America has lived up to the american promise in some ways.
The races started to gain the same rights whether they were white or African Americans. According to John Buescher no state can deny anyone of their rights of life, liberty, and property (Buescher). Now it was not just the whites who had those 3 main rights the African Americans gained those rights as well and they became a more equal society with whites. The whites do not only have those 3 rights now, but they also could now vote and be a part of the voting process. John Buescher stated, any citizen could now vote no matter what race.
The Constitution of the United States created in 1787 provided the framework for an egalitarian society where every free white male had equal representation and therefore promoted social happiness. However, in 1787 there were many groups of people in the newly formed United States of America that were not addressed, or even disenfranchised by the new Constitution. This included slaves, free women, and American Indians. Whereas free white males had their liberties fully expressed by the constitution including fair and equal representation, social happiness should include every group within the United States as every person in the States should have a say in government.
The Seneca Falls Convention was greatly influenced by the Abolitionist Reformation and the Second Great Awakening and truly helped women gain equal rights and prove they are just important as men. Today, women have gained many rights including the right to vote. If it weren’t for the Second Great Awakening women would probably not have most of the rights that they have
He would end up winning by a landslide. Jackson supporters were at an all time high. Jackson supporters loved him because he was a war hero and many could relate because he came from an unwealthy family unlike others before. Politicians and other supporters against Jackson, felt he was stubborn and independent. The rich feared that the common man would have to much power under Jackson.