He used the Congress’s credibility, the emotions of people and repeatedly rephrase his words to highlight and emphasize it and to let everyone know this is a serious problem in our country and we can stop this just by one simple act, stop judging people because of their skin color. The main message of this speech does applies to today’s reality because there are still racism today, the message that I’ve found in the speech is very valuable, it teaches me that no matter what race we are or what color we have on our skin, we are still a human being, we born the same way and we should treat each other the same way too. The speech show me on how to deliver a message by using figure of speech and emphasize the main
It is very important that we call upon Black people and our allies to support the movement that Black lives matter. Black Lives Matter does not mean Black lives are more important than anyone else’s, or other populations are not criminalized and oppressed in all kinds of ways, it means that everyone should have the same rights. So let us create a global struggle against racism and remain in active solidarity with all oppressed people who are struggling for their liberation. Together we can overcome this as our destinies are intertwined. Only by working together can we create a free and an equal
It also was a window of opportunity for all the society’s components to show their real desire to support freedom and create a cohesive society where justice prevails among all regardless of their race or color. Everyone now who is enjoying all kinds of rights should be grateful for those who fought to remove all kinds of legal barriers for the next
We as citizens need to come together to make America a safe, equal, and peaceful place to live. Colin Kaepernick protest is the voice for many people in different communities. The protest isn’t about disrespecting the flag or veterans who have fought for us. Colin is exercising his first amendment which is freedom of speech. We should all want equality for each other.
Another example is The Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 which protects racial equality and ensures that no person is discriminated against on the grounds of their race. It aims to promote good relations between people of different ethnic backgrounds. A final example is The Human Rights Act 1998 that covers all human rights and ensures that all individuals have rights on their side and can take legal action against any person or organisation that disrespects their human rights. These three example all help to protect individuals from discrimination and reflects the idea that everyone, regardless of individual differences should be treated both fairly and equally.
My social justice quilt is made up of pictures, words, and quotes that define my identity pertaining to race, generational, and sexual orientation. Social justice is to provide a fair relationship between individual and society. Social justice counseling recognize the discrimination in the counseling profession. “You cannot separate counseling from social justice: both are necessary for helping clients achieve long -term physiological health well-being Social justice refers to the commitment to ensuring change locally, nationally and internationally based on the valuing on fairness and equality in resources, rights, and treatment for marginalized individuals and groups for people who do not share equal power because their immigration, racial, ethnic, age, socioeconomic, religion, heritage, physical ability, or sexual orientation status group” (Hayes, D. & Erford, B, 2014, p.28). Therefore, before becoming a counselor you must be able to identify these salient aspects about your individual identity to provide adequate care for your clients you will be providing services to.
And they can also relate to the fighting spirit that the second speaker has to make the majority recognize the hard work and determination of the minority especially
Justice is something that everyone seeks, and wants to see be given to all. These are statements that I wish were true. In fact, as Americans, justice is something people want to see given only to those believed to be deserving of it. Justice is fairness, can only be reached within the confines of equality, and is, as Americans, part of our pledge for all be given the right to it. Fairness has been sought for by mankind since the beginning of time.
(SS) There will be still water when the growth of racial problems is put to an end as said in King’s quote,“... from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood.” (SS) The quicksands of racial injustice are referring to the people being consumed by racial prejudice, and only when people stop allowing themselves to be consumed by the racism will they be able to join forces with everyone to create a stable environment.
The objective of this speech was to expose the flaws of the government to the nation and to promote equality for all. Little’s demand for justice (along with other infamous human rights activists) was heard and the civil rights movement was put into action. Due to this influential speech and many others with the same goal, all Americans, no matter how diverse, are all equal and deserve the same rights as anyone
November 20, 2016 Racial Profiling Racial profiling is wrong. The three reasons are it goes against our core values of equality face, second it is hard for individual to get as jobs being profiled, and last, making racial profiling a norm in modern society will only bring about a storm of rebellion and hate crimes First I’m going to talk about how it goes against our core values of equality and freedom.
Certain ethnic communities are targets of racial profiling and create harmful stereotypes. An article titled "Racial Profiling: Is racial profiling a necessary police practice?" presented statistics stating the percentage of people stopped and frisked by New York police in 2011. The statistics stated that 52.9% of those stopped were African American, 33.7% were Latino, and 9.3% were white. Donald Tomaskovic-Devey and Patricia Waren writers of "Racial Profiling Leads to Discrimination" conducted research on traffic stops and police searches. In their article they discussed their findings and noted, "The most recent data (for 2007) shows African Americans were 78% more likely than whites to be searched.
The act of profiling is defined as the analysis of a person’s psychological and behavioral characteristics to help make generalizations/ assumptions about a person’s intent and or capability. An assumption is defined as something that has been accepted as being true without substantial evidence. These assumptions, then lead to what is known as racial profiling, which refers to a sort of discriminatory way in which an individual is targeted for suspicion in a crime based solely on that individual’s race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. Why make assumptions about a person without having substantial evidence? Why violate and/or humiliate an entire group of people based on an assumption?
As a young black male in 2017, our society has me racially profiled. Anytime they see a young black male like myself, eyebrows raise. Society does not view us as equals, they view us as a minority even though we are a majority. We are viewed as the ground the walk on. They think we will never amount to anything.
Racial Profiling in America Racial profiling is defined as refers to the targeting of particular individuals by law enforcement authorities based not their behavior, but rather their personal characteristics ( The Leadership conference) . This is another mechanism for racial discrimination backed by the law. According to the The Leadership conference, racial discrimination is not solely on race, but based on religion, ethnicity and national origin.