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Final Product 4/29/19

Final Product 4/29/19

Joey Abely Dr. Drown ENG-123 29 April 2019 Racism Today; and How UNE can Help In both cases regarding race each side seem to come an agreeance on the fact that they are not treated well. For an example on the Whiteness Project Alfredo a young white male who is registers culturally as hispanic says, “I identify as culturally Hispanic.. but what color am I? White, and I feel like I am treated that way sometimes…”. This is different in…

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Will racism end?

Will racism end?

Joseph Abely Dr. Drown English 123 15 April 2019 Will Racism End? In both cases regarding race each side seem to come an agreeance on the fact that they are not treated well. For an example on the Whiteness Project Alfredo a young white male who is registers culturally as hispanic says, “I identify as culturally Hispanic.. but what color am I? White, and I feel like I am treated that way sometimes…”. This is different in which Alfredo being…

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Hw 3/28/19

Hw 3/28/19

Joey Abely   What are the key beliefs in the Deep Story of the Right/Personal Protectionism? This is a right there question, asking you to summarize the Deep Story. “Trump adds a key proviso: restrict government help to real Americans. White men are counted in, but undocumented Mexicans and Muslims and Syrian refugees are out. Thus, Trump offers the blue-collar white men relief from a taker’s shame: If you make America great again, how can you not be proud? Trump…

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4/20/19

4/20/19

What vision of the future have academics and scholars pinned on Hawaii’s high-rate of intermarriage? On what facts and hopes have they based this vision? In Olson’s view, how likely is their vision of a racially-mixed future to be accurate? Many people in Hawaii come from the island and have been there for generations and generations. But after much contact with people, tourists and ships, the island has gained so many nationalities. Olson also comments on the “beautifulness” of the…

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Let’s Write: race

Let’s Write: race

Race is real and relevant to every single person on this world considering we are all part of one. But with race comes racism and there are many people who seem to be racist. An end to the problem would not be simple. It would require every racist human being to get on board and realize we are all equal and to have them stop being verbal with their hurtful remarks. In my opinion I truthfully do not see there…

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nutshell draft 2

nutshell draft 2

Joey Abely 3/4/2019 Dr. Drown ELA-123   Have you ever thought about what shaped your very own personal identity? Actually our social identity and the way we interact with others affects our personal identity. Now this may be a fetch to understand but famous writer and critical thinker Ta-Nehisi Coates illustrates this perfectly when he says, “The streets were not my only problem. If the streets shackled my right leg, the schools shackled my left. Fail to comprehend the streets…

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nutshell draft

nutshell draft

Joey Abely 3/4/2019 Dr. Drown ELA-123   Have you ever thought about what shaped your very own personal identity? Actually our social identity and the way we interact with others affects our personal identity. Now this may be a fetch to understand but famous writer and critical thinker Ta-Nehisi Coates illustrates this perfectly when he says, “The streets were not my only problem. If the streets shackled my right leg, the schools shackled my left. Fail to comprehend the streets…

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writing process reflection

writing process reflection

Joey Abely   I have learned many writing processes in my life as a student but the writing process I used to write both formal essays this semester is simple. First all I do is sit down and during my draft of the essay I get all of the words down onto the paper. I try to meet at least ¾ if not all of the word count in the draft. Then after I am done with the draft I…

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reflection 2

reflection 2

Appiah illustrates this by saying, “If you allow your identity to be totally shaped by your opposition to a dominant culture, as many racial groups have done because of the history of racism and xenophobia, you can become locked into that minority status. The first time a group becomes conscious of itself as an important social group, it is because they realize that they’re all being subjected to something. But if you define yourself through the act of opposition, then…

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