However, if she signed the petition It would take Lyddie much longer to make enough money to be able to pay off her family’s debts and she needs to get her family back together as soon as she can. Lyddie should not sign the petition because she needs to save up as much money as she can. Working at the factory gives Lyddie a chance to get the money she needs, but if she signs the petition there could be
But at this point Sal’s mother was pregnant so when her mother gave birth the baby was dead when it got strangled with its umbelacelcord. Sal blamed herself because she thinks if she never climbed that tree none of it would have happened. Sal thought, “ He said to me, “ It wasn’t your fault, Sal—it wasn’t because she carried you. You mustn’t think that,” I didn’t believe him,” (page 138). If Sal didn’t believe her father 's words then she thinks she caused her mothers miscarriage and she is probably upset about this.
After that, Inem was forced to get married by her own mother at such a young age as her family lives in poverty, so, marrying the daughter can trim down the outlays of the family. When Gus Muk’s mother defies Inem’s mother’s plan in marrying Inem, her mother opposes by saying that all of her family members were married at a young age. This condition conveys that in Indonesia, child marriage is permissible and widely practiced; overlooking the repercussions that it may bring to the child. During
She was going to school to get educated either, the neighbors started getting suspicious and also realized that the girl wasn't going to school. They both were being mistreated, they wasn't getting the proper care and assistance as a average kid should. Which runs into the similarities to the life story of Frederick and the article slave girl. They weren't even giving the chance to maintain relationships with their families before both of their freedom was taken right before their eyes, there was a little difference with Shyima situation because she was born with her mother, but right before her eyes it was taken from her. Which leads us to the second common theme that both the Slave Girl and the “Life story of Frederick Douglass” has in
On November 5, 1872 Susan B. Anthony had voted and was imprisoned for it two weeks later. Did she have the right to vote, or was she wrong? She was wrong to a lot of people but not the women and to the court reasoning she was imprisoned for it. Although she was wrong to vote and breaking the law I believed that her motives were for the greater good of humanity. Susan B. Anthony, born February 5, 1820 raised in a Quakers household.
Toni Morrison revealed that, motherhood and family life were nothing that could be taken for granted for the slave families were often divided when family members were sold and the female slaves were systematically abused both by other slaves and the white owners. Here, Sethe’s mother was never allowed to be a real mother as her owner did not allow her to stay with her daughter to love and nurse her, and she was hanged when Sethe was just a few years old. Sethe wanted to claim her children as her own although she knew that a female slave did not have any legal rights over her children. Sethe’s motherly love became an overly possessive love towards her children. The killing of her daughter was the way to express this possessive love.
“I heard of RSP too when I was a younger kids would bring it up she was real she was a Tribute Doll doctors used her to experiment she was a wealthy daughter of the owner of the asylum but this asylum wasn’t made for cures like the others this one was made to keep the belief that they had to find the cure to craziness but it was to silence people brutally and take their money. RSP cared for those patients she believed in the “cure” but she would do her best to stop this town from growing if her father was to know what is really happening the asylum would have been put down and people would have been sent somewhere far away. The doctors one day had enough of her “nonsense” and strap her down to an electric chair to put her to sleep a little bit but she was wide awake and then laziness put her on a table and well… tested things like injection using dangerous elements did live surgeries to see working muscles in work well they did to find better methods to silence. She started screaming they stabbed her in the throat she drowned in her own blood and also from pain but the surprising thing is she endure it for almost an hour her screams were horrible. Evil nurses and doctors came in to prolong her suffering.
When she was around the age of 13 her mother passed away as well due to a drug overdose after getting out of jail. Maci was forced back into her aunt’s house where she then started to act out violently. Her aunt had had enough and sent Maci into foster care (Babakhan). She was first put into a group home where she got food, water, and shelter, but no love. That’s when her current mother Gigi stepped in, "Even though she had safety and medical care, she didn't have love.
Norma Bell tried to blame it all on Mary Bell how she was the one who told Mary Bell to stop. The evidence said otherwise because those little notes they left for the police to find will she wrote one of them. This left people wondering why take such action if Norma Bell wasn’t interested in hurting anybody. For Mary Bell, she spent years in reform school and prison. At age 23 she was released on parole in May 14, 1980.
Cupcake 's mother died when she was 11.After that she got taken away from the family she knew. Cupcake found out that the man she has been calling daddy, wasn’t really her father. After a custody battle, the court gave her biological father full custody of her and her brother. But her biological father only wanted custody so that he could receive social security checks. He didn’t want them so we placed them in an abusive stranger 's foster home, along with several other children.