She was out of a job after the proctors kicked her out, and was not trusted by anyone after the incident at the proctor's house. She was not old enough to be anything other than a servant but no one wanted her. Abigail was not looked as a very good person in the community. You could say that she was immaculate. She was suspected to lechery or must have done something that was very wrong, but it was not ascertain to the community what she had done.
This was the beginning of the end of most Americans respect and adoration for OJ Simpson. OJ became the prime suspect of their murders. This case is well known to this day for many reasons, including the LAPD’s tampering with evidence. One way the LAPD ignored the law is when they entered OJ’s home without talking to OJ, and without a search warrant. This resulted in an illegal search where the evidence that was found would not be admissible in court.
In the chapter Family History, Peak is on the phone with his mother. His mother says, “I quit because of you.”(182) His mom is talking about how she quit her climbing career, not because she had fallen, but for Peak. When she fell off the climbing wall in her backyard it really opened up her eyes. She was afraid of something really terrible happening to her that will cause her not to see Peak again. So she sacrificed her job to take care of her son, even though it was a risk because they needed the money.
I think after learning this the officers should have charged Peaches with unlawful entry because she knew she didn’t have any rights to the home and had no right to invite others there. Officers should have charged her with 21 counts of unlawful entry because her actions caused the party goers to be there and trash the house. I feel that would have been enough probable cause to arrest her but not anyone else. The party goers should not have been arrested because how are the party goers supposed to know she wasn’t supposed to invite
The Quintanilla’s lost their home, many of their possessions and, above all, their livelihood. Selena and her family went through some tough times, but through it all she and her siblings kept playing music. People kept telling them that with Selena singing lead, they would get nowhere, because of women
She also ties in the theme of violence in order to give the audience a perspective of segregation. On page 229, Kathryn Stockett alludes to the KKK by asserting that there was an attack resulting in the death a colored man (Stockett 229). She says, “The KKK was here … to hunt down a colored man (Stockett 229). She alludes to the KKK for an example of the violent threats that coloreds had faced from the whites. The KKK was a commonly known group that had been responsible for terrorizing many coloreds in the Jackson, Mississippi communities.
The video displays the violence in a way that was heart wrenching to the viewer. All the viewer hears is a car alarm and explosions, and to the viewers dismay they see the destruction people are causing. In real life at this time President Bush is in house, and his views on the riots were not displayed in the film, although they changed the perspective for many. In a real speech—not any part of the movie— President George Bush blamed the welfare programs of the 1960’s and 70’s for the outburst of violence. This angered many because participants or supporters of the riots believed a completely different story.
The 1950’s was greatly known as an “era of great conflict”, because of the civil rights movement for the African American race. A group of African Americans united and began to fight for their value. They acknowledged that something needed to be done to preserve their culture and privileges. African Americans experienced gruesome judgment during the reconstruction period that eventually drove them to their maximum limit and fostered them to fight back.
Imagine if you lived somewhere in a society where everyone’s families and everyone you know are murdered just because of their skin color. Would you kill someone just because of that? No because it’s not fair to their families and they have the same right as you. They were created by god. African-Americans were effected by this because they were targeted at by the to the long struggle in which was racism in the U.S”.
Jack still does not know what he should do with the money, his sister had not come back home, and their mother is full of emotions because both of her children had ran away. Also everyone in the family is now feeling a lot of heavy emotions. Jack doesn’t know if he should buy his own apartment or go back home to his mother and apologize to her. He also starts to think that he was selfish because he wanted all the money to himself. His sister also doesn’t know what she should do because at the moment she is living with her friend, but she doesn’t know if she should go back to her mother.