other elements which offer a sense of security, stability and confidence. With the continuous movements or migration of people from their familiar surroundings to, such as, metropolitan cities or other countries or continents, maintaining or preserving clear or solid identity in such conditions and circumstances is extremely challenging. This paper interrogates identity in the two narratives and the impact of geographical, cultural and social surroundings on the person. Jan E. Stets and Peter J.
America. The betrayal of women by men could be part of Danticta’s own personal life experience bleeding into her novel. Danticat was born in Haiti and moved to America at age twelve, to settle in New York. The author being a female from Haiti is important to understand why she uses female protagonists in her novel that suffer at the hands of males injustice. A Professor at Rutgers University, Dr. Mary Rice, in the article “Migrations of Memory: Postmemory in Twentieth Century Ethnic American Women’s
in the South of The United States of America and in Harlem during the 1930’s. During this time in history, black were subject to racial segregation and discrimination. Racial tensions between whites and blacks were more prominent due to events such as the Great Depression and the Great Migration which had a huge impact on social ideologies. The social backdrop allows Ellison to incorporate the issues of 1930s American, in order to allow him to employ the significance of personal identity in a society
“STRENGTHENING and RE-ALIGNING THE MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE EXTENSION SERVICES TOWARDS THE ROAD TO ASEAN COMMUNITY” ANA FE N. MOLATO, CoE, MPA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Foremost, I would like to thank Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, for giving the good health, wisdom, strength, support and knowledge in exploring things so I can finish this endeavor. The completion of this Re-Entry Action Plan (REAP) on the extension Agenda of Marinduque State College will not be realized without the unconditional