Exploring Sister Cathy Cesnik’s Murder thru Repressed Witnesses A Review of a Resurfacing of Sexual Abuse on an Article about a Netflix Documentary “The Keepers” (Netflix, 2017) Student University of the People EXPLORING SISTER CATHY CESNIK’S MURDER THRU REPRESS 2 Summarily, I am reviewing an article on the suspicions of abuse by a Catholic Priest that may also have ties to a homicide of a ‘Nun’. The documentary aligned with this review and summary is called the “Keepers”. (Netflix, 2017)
What does it mean to be an American activist in modern day society? In the Netflix original documentary, “American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs,” a ninety-eight year-old Chinese American woman living in Detroit shows what it’s like being a true devoted revolutionist. This film really grasps Boggs’s attitude and character and viewers are able to see that through her passionate teachings of her ideals and beliefs. Director Grace Lee, who isn’t related to Grace Lee Boggs, chose to make a documentary that captures a social activist and philosopher with a radical Marxist past that has been through decades of struggle. The purpose of this film was clear from the start: to dig deep into Boggs’s day-to-day life by directly watching
Through Celie’s, Lieutenant Cross’s, and “The Moths’” protagonist’s hardships, they are all able to overcome their past and look forward for what is to come. Celie, from Walker’s The Color Purple, has an unfortunate life. Celie’s Pa rapes her.
Her faith is weakened at a certain point but then she starts to develop a new perception of God, she begins to see God as a universal being with no gender and race who is present everywhere and in everything that we love or do. She is now able to see God through people, nature, sex, and in the color purple. Alice Walker also gave importance to the value of female bonds and relationships or sisterhood as a means of coping and social support against the alienation experienced by Celie and other black female characters in the novel. Celie’s friends, mainly Shug and Sofia helped her to find her voice and stand up for herself. As the novel progresses, Celie develops strength and eventually gains her freedom towards the end.
The university of Chicago is a private examination school in Chicago. The school, set up in 1890, joins The School, distinctive graduate exercises, interdisciplinary sheets of trustees made into four adroit examination divisions and seven expert schools. Past verbalizations of the human experience and sciences, Chicago is in like way understood for its ruler schools, which join the Pritzker Institute of Solution, the Corner Institute of Business, the Graduate school, the School of Social Administration Organization, the Harris School of Open Strategy Considers, the Graham School of Proceeding with Liberal and Expert Studies and the Eternality School. The school beginning now picks around 5,000 understudies in the School and around 15,000 understudies generally.
Dee has finally showed up. Maggie attempts to go back into the house, but Mama doesn’t let her. Dee is wearing a long flowy bright yellow and orange color dress. With her outfit being loud, she has on many bracelets. Dee is with a short man with long hair and a beard, he looks very foreign.
In the book Celie is a young girl near 20 when she gets married. She is writing letters to God and going through her emotions, thoughts, and feelings on the way. By the end with knowing Shug Avery and Sofia she learns to embrace her womanhood and stands up to Mister. In the end she states, “And us so happy. Matter of fact, I think this the youngest I ever felt.”
1. Describe the basic structural components at Sara Lee. The basic structural components at Sara Lee contains the food and beverage products, household products, bakery products. The food product includes dozens of lines of business that everything from cake mixes to insecticide to lingerie. 2.
It begins with Emma Lou’s father Jim, The first man to impact her, whose absence while she is growing up strengthens her color consciousness. Her Family never tells her that Jim was driven away by Her Mothers parents. This, and the fact that his name is regularly cursed in her house, leads her to believe that Jim left on his own primarily, she assumes, because of the darkness of his daughter. These thoughts are only further affirmed with the introduction of Aloysius, her self-hating step-father, who abhors his own blackness. Emma Lou’s color consciousness only continues to intensify as Aloysius’s hatred for Negros is put out on her.
Decided between the marriages, the group of women was going to move away from Harpo and start over. Thanks to Harpo, Shug and Celie ended up finding love together, Shug and Mary Agnes finding fame through song, and Celie opening up her own business in making custom pants. Even though Harpo is known to abuse
Walker writes this book in a culture when America has freed the slaves and a little after the reconstruction era. Ideally, it demonstrates the living of African Americans living in the south, therefore their treatment is culturally harsh. Basically, the characters in this book lived in a white male dominated society. The author includes the culture of the African people of Olinka. These two cultures of "black" heritage illustrates the customary gender roles, social status, religion, and material traits.
‘Annabel Lee’ by Edgar Allan Poe is an eminently beautiful yet tragic poem centred around the theme of a forbidden love between two people, and the many obstacles that they overcome in order to be together. At the same time the poem relates back to a man’s undying love for his wife in which even death is unable to hinder. From the beginning of the poem, I realized Poe to be an articulate person who has a beautiful way with words, as he describes the origin of his love story between himself and Annabel Lee. This was shown in Stanza 1 where I identified him to be a kind and doting person, as he continues to talk about a maiden from the kingdom by the sea whom only wished to love and be loved by Poe. As this was written by Poe and shown from
‘’ If I could write the beauty of your eyes And in fresh numbers number all your graces, The age to come would say, 'This poet lies; Such heavenly touches ne'er touched earthly faces.'’ William Shakespeare. Yet even these words hearken images of physical beauty as they defy the convention of glorifying ideal beauty. However, Alice couldn’t accept her own physical disability and this clouded her ability to live life to its fullest. Alice saw things, but she didn’t perceive them.
Once Shug is able to feel acquainted with Celie they find themselves doing everything together. Shug teaches Celies about herself mentally, spiritually, and physically with her body. The book captures the feelings held between the Celie and Shug with vibrant words and sentences between the two characters. ¨She say, I love you, Miss Celie. And then she haul off and kiss me on the mouth (Walker, 1982).¨
The problem of Mr. ____ gets taken care of when Shug and her discover the letters that Mr. ____ has been withholding. Shug can see that he does not care for Celie at all, and that Celie has to get away from him. After reading the letters, they just lie together and for the first time since Nettie, she has a family member. She calls Shug her sister.