Abraham Lincoln. ** These last famous words: ”Of the people , by the people, for the people”, are used to define democracy and was even adapted by the second article of the constitution of The Fifth French Republic. Lincoln wanted to change the course of events making war a battle against slavery and obtain support for The Union, both outside the country and inside.
In Mariano Azuela’s novel of the Mexican Revolution, The Underdogs, Azuela writes about character that were influenced by the Mexican Revolution. The main character and protagonist is a man by the name of Demetrio Macias. Macias, his wife, and their young son stayed on a farm until the Federale soldiers came. Macias was forced to abandon his family and meets with a group of rebels along the way of his travel to fight President Huerta. Macias and his men are following the legendary Francisco “Pancho” Villa, who is the most important revolutionary leader from northern Mexico (Azuela XI).
Featured by his nonviolent actions (boycotts, pickets, and strikes), Chavez accomplished his last fight in 1988, in a 36-day fast. Risking his life, he inspired people who supported to believe in a world of equality. Furthermore, Chavez accomplishments brought a new community and environment to Mexican
Death of a Salesman Miller’s Death of a Salesman portrays a delusional family headed by Willy Loman, an unsuccessful salesman with unrealistic expectations. After a work trip where he almost crashed multiple times, he and his wife realize that he can no longer commute and decide he should ask his boss for a local job in New York. His son Biff is in town, which he is not exactly ecstatic about because of his farm hand career choice. He feels his son is wasting his time pursuing such a fruitless job
King Ewuare fought against and captured 201 towns and villages in Ekiti, Ikare, Kukuruku, Eka and Igbo country. He took their rulers captive, and he caused the people to pay tribute to him. He made good roads in Benin City. In fact, the town rose to important and gained the name of city during his reign. It was he who had the innermost and greatest of the walls and ditches made round the city, and he also made powerful charms and had them buried at each of the nine gateways of the city so as to ward against any evil charms which might be brought by people of other countries in order to injure his subjects” King Ewuare was also key in encouraging the expansion of art and culture within the kingdom, he also started the tradition of the kings of Benin wearing red stones and scarlet-colours.
Juror 1 (Foreman) his responsibility is to keep the jury organized outside of jury room he is an assistant football coach 2nd Juror is a bank clerk he is shy and takes time to talk with others he said that in life everyone has said “I will kill you” once in their life 3rd juror has a small business he has personal conflict with his son his son hit him and left him so he is not in the favor of boy 4th Juror a stock broker he deals with facts and logic he said that the boy don’t even remember the movie name 5th Juror work in a hospital and also live in slums 6th Juror a house painter he is happy that he don’t have to go to work 7th Juror a salesmen
In McCall’s memoir, Makes Me Wanna Holler, McCall reflects on his experiences in the job market. When he first goes to work with his stepfather in an affluent white neighborhood named Sterling Point McCall witnesses his stepfather get humiliated and disrespected by his white clients. Furthermore, when McCall is employed at the construction site, he finds himself constantly being mistreated by his white supervisor. McCall stated, “Away from work I was the bad-assed nigger who demanded respect; on the job I was a passive Negro who let the white man push him around. (McCall 89)”
In his first two weeks, he signed up eight hundred out of two thousand workers (mostly black) at Firestone (155). This success was met with threats of his life, and an attempt to blow up his car with him inside. Bass would not back down, and inspired others to do the same. This would lead to others having the courage to hand out leaflets and pamphlets promoting union organization, something that would have never happened before at such a large company. Bass would be beaten again, and this would only further inspire unionists.
he is still hoping that he gets hired and protects and serves his town. After all of that he decided to become retired from the L.S.P.D after serving for almost a year and took a shot and here he is making an Application to join the Bureau. Some say that he is working on a song album about the Bureau, by thanking the Agents and fellow Officers of the L.S.P.D, he is still ambitious about his Career to this day.
He wanted to combine all of them to make “One Big Union.” Being a Wobbly, he was very active in the free speech fights, these were in Fresno and San Francisco. This strike came from the Railroad Construction Workers in British Columbia and it even made its way to the Mexican Revolution. Music was not only a centerpiece for the Wobblies, but also to Joe. But this was started a long time before the IWW.
Thurgood Marshall, Roy Wilkins, A. Philip Randolph, Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., among others, have become household names as pioneers of the Civil Rights Movement. Mention of Thurgood Marshall immediately conjures in mind the historic United States Supreme Court Case, Brown vs. Board of Education. A. Philip Randolph immediately reminds us of the “Second Emancipation Proclamation”, Executive Order 8802 which gave thousands of Negroes access to jobs in manufacturing plants receiving contracts from the defense department during World War II. Rosa Parks is inextricably associated in the minds of millions with the Montgomery Bus Boycott. And who cannot think of Dr. Martin L. King together with the March on Washington and
Cesar Chavez Cesar Chavez was an important Hispanic person during the civil rights movement. Being a farm worker and a labor leader, he dedicated his life to improving farm workers working conditions, treatment, and celery. He was born near Yuma, Arizona, on March 31, 1927. To help the farm workers get better conditions, Cesar Chavez helped change the law in favor of the labor workers. But that wasn’t easy, he fasted a million times, and organized many protests.