irrational reasons why this is so. In 2010 , the Equality Act was created to simplify previous anti-discrimination laws. It would protect people who were victim to both direct and indirect discrimination. It means that despite factors such as age, race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and religion, they shall not be discriminated against. Part of the Act would establish equal pay to people.
Authors Sandberg and Chavez formed a strong and compelling argument in regards to the undermining stereotypes that millions of women all around the world are facing today. The word “bossy” is so commonly thrown around to characterize many women around the world, ranging from young girls in school yards to successful women like Susan Rice. The authors makes a valid point, bringing to the reader’s attention that, “Powerful and successful men are often well liked, but when women become powerful and
what extent does the Michelle alexander use persuasion in order to show similarity between the Jim Crow and the new American justice system? The new American justice system was believed to be a refined version of the previous Jim crow that promised equality and liberty to all races. The term “Jim crow” refers to the practice of segregating people in the Us The New Jim Crow was published during the year 2010, it is a book written by Michelle alexander, a credible well known American rights litigator
entertain, inform the audience, or be used as a persuasive technique. Stories from the dead can provide great insight for the living on how to approach, or how not approach, different events. As George Santayana says, "If we do not learn from the mistakes of history, we are doomed to repeat them." There is a lot of truth behind this statement, as it can be applicable to prodigious world events like war and government issues,
that is remembered to this day, Mahatma Gandhi once said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world”; these words significantly describe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the journey he endured in his quest to end segregation, and obtain equality for his people during the American Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King was the quintessence of social justice, desegregation, social integration and believing in the ethics of humanity without violence. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. helped bring change
GLOBALIZATION’S VIEW Globalization as a tool to connect countries, governments, people, which has positives and negatives sides towards equality and opportunities. The article by Thomas Friedman, “Globalization: The Super-Story” expresses his posture among globalization which can be a controversial and complex topic to analyse. In some cases viewing Friedman’s point of view I did not agree and felt that the statements about globalization were more his opinion. According to Friedman “globalization