When I hear the word Genocide I think of the Holocaust and other sorts of disaster made by man. The Holocaust was started by a man named Adolf Hitler Hitler he had a dream in his dream he imagined a world he controlled and it was ridded of Jews. Anne Frank was a ordinary teen girl who loved to talk with her friends and bake, she even baked some cookies for her classmates. Then the nazis came and take away their freedom Anne and her family can 't leave the house and go in public for risk of being caught so they went into hiding in a annex they stay in hiding for 2 years but they got caught and arrested by the Gestapo and died in a concentration camp but her father lived to publish her diary. My trip to the Museum of Tolerance exciting for me because I got to learn about the holocaust and other parts of tolerance like Anne Frank,Holocaust,and tolerance, like after 9/11 there was a brown man who looked Syrian and Americans killed him just because of the way he looked Americans were afraid at that
It all started back when Timmy Turner made the biggest mistake ever. Timmy had just woke up and he was heading to the kitchen. With his two fairys Wonda and Cosmo. Timmy’s mom made breakfast for them and the fairy’s when to fairyland to get power and came back to eat with them. They were on the way to school.
Scout ran to her father and Jem and Dill followed. Later, the mob dispersed after Scout talked to Mr.Cunningham. She made them realize that trying to take Mr. Robinson was wrong. Mayella Ewell was home alone when she asked Tom Robinson help her bust up a chiffarobe for a nickel. As she went in the house Mr. Robinson came up behind her a abused and took advantage of her.
First, Vanessa Vermont had bought a new broiler and she wanted an outlet for it in her kitchen. In the morning she called an electrician to come install it in. His name was James Volta. Next, when the police walked in the kitchen, we saw Vanessa lying on the kitchen floor dead with a fatal head wound. Finally, James said that he never went to the house and said that the husband knew how to hook it up.
the story the devil’s arithmetic is about a girl named hannah and she has a bestfriend named rosemary and they are both from a jewish family and they don’t like going to the sender because they are the only kids there and after that they went over hannah’s grandparents house and they haven’t seen her in a long time and they have a sender dinner and after that they went in the living room and saw that hannah’s grandpa was yelling at the tv because he was looking at the old films of the concentration camps and seen what the nazis were doing to the victims .after that they went to the sender to have sunday school and they see hannah’s cousins that are age and they go have their lessons .and every holiday they light up candles .and they were having
It started off as a typical day for Envy, she woke up and immediately started to wish for a better bed and began to be jealous about the others who got to sleep in, instead of going to work at The Brain. She gets up to make her breakfast, but in the process she remembered seeing a reality show, yesterday, and saw that the family had their own chef to make them breakfast. She becomes furious that she has to make her own breakfast, she suddenly stops walking to her kitchen, decides to skip breakfast today and goes back to her bedroom to begin to get ready for work. While getting ready for work she had to suck in her belly to fit into her clothes. After doing so, she looked in the mirror and wished she had a better figure, better clothes, and a better fashion sense.
The author is incapable of calling her present house with her husband and children a home because of the great impact that the old house had on her during her adolescent years. Cantwell struggles with defining the difference between a house and a home. The author believes that her adolescent house is her home because of the many memories that it contains with both present and late family members. Cantwell believes that home is where a mom bakes apple pies, kids pet the dog, and grandfathers smoke a pipe. Home is where relatives read the Providence Evening Bulletin and crochet elaborate bedspreads.
I was lacing up my old, rugged boots when mother called me into the back room. “ Tengo una sorpresa para ti” or “ I have a surprise for you”, she said in excitement. She said in a low whisper “ We are leaving these retched slums in Madrid, so we can have a better life not only for you, but for your future.” with a gasp of excitement, I fell to the newly cleaned floor and began crying. Not just tears, but tears of joy. I Francesca Cue`llar , age 15, from the slums of Madrid, was going to America .
I rise and descend the tight hallway to the kitchen. My mother greets me, helps make my breakfast and sits down opposite me slowly eating her own. I break the monotony and say, “Do I have to go to the Nazi speech today?’’ “We must” states my mother. She knows how much I abhor standing out in the public. I will be travestied and jeered by officers, ignored by adults and consistently visually examined by children.
She opened the door and smelled bacon. Which meant that her mother was alive" and in chapter 18, paragraph 42, "So, yeah, I have a terrible stepdad, and I don 't have a phone, and sometimes when we 're out of dish soap, I wash my hair with flea and tick shampoo…". The first quote is just crazy to me, how scary would it be to have to wake up in the morning and wonder if your mother made it through the night. The second quote shows how big of a problem her level of poverty is and that she is neglected as a child. In the end, racism and poverty can be summed up under one major theme, bullying.