The World as a Better Place: Unglued at the Seams An inside look on how it could be The constant bicker amongst cultures can be unbearable and maddening, yet we find no solution. What if I told you all your troubles could be solved with a simple fix? Would you agree that living amongst your own would solve all of your problems? No more having to share the same air with those ungrateful people. Life could be a breeze. I think all races can agree that there will always be some sort of hostility amid the different cultures, so why live amongst them? Blacks would be better off without the whites, and the Indians without the Mexicans, and so forth and so on. If only there was a way to solve this evolving problem. I propose a split of the states in order to accommodate the different ethnicities and never again to see those of another color. As the boarders change it is only fair and right that the lands be split to house the holders. A comfortable environment is extremely important in order to accomplish stable living. As we see now, there is a constant bicker and question of the fairness between races. Many stereotype the ethnicities as the whites being “rich,” the blacks being “impoverish,” the Indians as “earth-lovers,” and the Mexicans as “lazy maids.” So why live around people who do not appreciate or care for you? Only your color will stand up for you and be your family, never a mixed duo.
Many lives have been ruined because of…
This paper briefly explains the formation of a simple railway line control system as well as relationships between its subsystems. A simple railway line control system is formed by switch boxes along the track as well as the on board train control computer, while a simple railway line means a single track branches into two separate tracks for trains to pass each other, then immediately joins together. (Figure…
Different Races, Same Rights
Race is defined as "each of the major divisions of humankind, having distinct physical characteristic and a group of people sharing the same culture, history, language, etc. and a group descended from a common ancestor" (Mulcahy). Racism was the biggest issue in America when "Theme for English B" was published in 1949.
The black people were subjected to a constant and huge amount of discrimination. Also, Jim Crow laws make the segregation legal. However, Hughes used…
Ayurveda is a wholistic system of medicine from India that uses a constitutional model. Its aim is to provide guidance regarding food and lifestyle so that healthy people can stay healthy and folks with health challenges can improve their health.
There are several aspects to Ayurveda that are quite unique:
Its recommendations will often be different for each person regarding which foods and which lifestyle they should follow in order to be completely healthy. This is due…
Race: A group of people who are perceived by a given society to be biologically different from others
Ethnicity: People who share, believe they share, or are believed by others to share a national origin; a common ancestry; a place of birth; distinctive concrete social traits (such as religious practices, style of dress, body adornments, or language); or socially important physical characteristics (such as skin color, hair texture, or body structure)
Discrimination: Intentional or unintentional…
Modern American English
“The Simple Genuine Self”
The Crucible, a play, by Arthur Miller dramatizes the infamous Salem Witch Trials of 1692. John Procter, the protagonist of the play, never allows others to comprise his true authentic self. John Procter heroically represents “the simple genuine self” in a place where others are compromised by society. John Procter’s defiance to submitting to the pressures of Danforth and the court in order to preserve his…
Simple Stimulus Learning
Over time, humans and animals get used to simple everyday things. At times, some things that were once new and exciting can suddenly become unexciting. Humans have a tendency of developing a decrease in response about things that once invited excitement because over time, the repeated exposure took their interest. Studying habituation has brought researchers from different backgrounds together, sharing mutual…
Cultural Awareness in the Human Services
May 20, 2013
When it comes to race many people think of white and black. But there are many other races within the United States. But according to the Univeristy of Michigan there are two kinds of races biological and social. The term they list for biological race is a geographically isolated subsdivision of a species that will eventually evolve into a new species if it remains isolated long enough.…
A Personal View on Race, Class, Ethnicity and Gender
My Views and Beliefs of Race, Class, Ethnicity and Gender
What are beliefs? One’s beliefs can be defined as your thoughts and values on how you live your life and your impressions and feelings about topics and situations. A belief is the acceptance of something as being truthful. By definition, it is the mental act, condition, or habit of placing confidence or trust in a person…
the automaton working, and how his broken pieces have been repaired, highlighting his elation as his link to his father is no longer broken.
I leave you all with one thing: relationships fix broken pieces. The relationships Hugo has with Isabelle and the automaton, are fixing the broken pieces of his heart. Fix all the broken relationships you have, and your broken pieces will be fixed too.…
The Yes Men Fix the World ~ Rhetorical Analysis
In the documentary, The Yes Men Fix the World, Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum the two political activists expose the issues and misconduct of Corporations and depict the twisted logic of corporate capitalism. Bonanno and Bichlbaum lie their ways into conferences dress the part of corporate executives and have very convincing presentations along with visual aids and props to convince the audience they are authentic. They use humor, sarcasm and a variety…