Racism In Shakespeare's Poem: Questions And Questions
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• Question 1
Q. What is the poem mainly about? answer choices
It's about a lady still rising.
It's about a lady who is falling.
It's about a lady who is experiencing segregation.
• Question 2
Q. What is the Poet is implying when she says
"You may shoot me with your words,You may cut me with your eyes,You may kill me with your hatefulness,But still, like air, I'll rise." answer choices
She is saying that even though she's facing discrimination she will still overcome it.
She is saying that you can talk about her, but words won't kill her.
She won't rise because of discrimination.
• Question 3
Q. Why did she face discrimination? answer choices
Because she was dense.
Because she was African American.
Because she lived during segregation.