Freedom and Slavery

Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower is a dystopian future based novel that follows the coming of age journey of protagonist Lauren Olamina, a young, black female faced with the difficult task to survive her travels North through California in search of establishing her religious community, Earthseed, after her neighborhood in Robledo is destroyed by … Read more

Free slaves in 1830

During the 1830s, Harriet Tubman helped free slaves using the Underground Railroad to escape to the South to the North Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman helped slaves escape using the Underground Railroad. The first time Harriet Tubman tried to help a slave escape her head was smashed and suffered from blackouts for the rest of her … Read more

Joe Louis fighting against racism in ww2

The son of Sharecropper, Joe Louis fought his way through the ranks of amateur and professional boxing, and winning the worlds heavyweight champion, a title he held from 1937-1949. Louis is perhaps best known for his legendary match up against German boxer Max Schmeling. Schmeling defeated Louis when they first fought in 1936, and in … Read more

13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments

Since the Government came up with the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments it have changed how everyone looks at each other and relationships between the Whites and African Americans. First, in the 13th amendment it states that there should be no slavery or servitudes unless a person is convicted of a crime and is instructed … Read more

Immunization and the Two Sides of the Argument: A Study on the Controversial Discussion and the Argumentation

Immunization is a controversial issue because it involves a dispute between sides which hold opposing views. Those who support immunization believe that everyone should be vaccinated. Some proponents claim that vaccinating “Protects the herd”, protect the herd is saying if someone is allergic or can’t get a certain vaccination they are relying on everyone else … Read more

A Critical Analysis of Civil Disobedience, an Essay by Henry David Thoreau

In his Essay, “Civil Disobedience”, Henry David Thoreau argues that society functions the most efficiently when it is not ruled by an overpowering monarch, or by a strong central government, but by the people, essentially having self-reliant peoples that do not necessarily need a government, per se, yet are able to call upon it in … Read more

End of slavery

I am here to discuss the major contributors to the abolishment of slavery. Definition of slavery varies from time t time which may include: a person who is the property of and wholly subject to another; a bond servant. a person entirely under the domination of some influence or person the practice or system of … Read more

How to free India from corruption

India has already been through the trend of corruption. It is a very common and powerful predominant feature prevailing since ancient time. History has already witnessed the pressure of corruption as India has always been dominated by other countries, first the Britishers looted from our country and then there were mughals and now politicians. Early … Read more

Civil Disobedience in the Arguments of Henry David Thoreau, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Socrates

Selfish Disobedience? Civil disobedience can be defined in a number of different ways: in its most raw form, “civil disobedience is the refusal to comply with certain laws or to pay taxes and fines, as a peaceful form of political protest because of moral objections to said laws”. While Henry David Thoreau was the first … Read more

Smart cities concept

In the near future, more than two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to be living in cities and hence, with the aim of being proactive and finding innovative and sustainable solutions, governments have made smart cities one of their priority areas of research. Smart cities can be viewed as sustainable, inclusive and prosperous greener … Read more

How Important Is Censorship In Today’S World?

How important is censorship in today’s world? Essay outline Use QTK method to analyse demands of the question. Identify the important phrases/ words and then list the associations· Question word: How· Topic Word: censorship· Definition of censorship: the suppression of speech or other public communication which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient to … Read more

The Solution to Save Children’s Lives in The Singer Solution to World Poverty, an Essay by Peter Singer

Singer Solution Is Not the Solution In nature people always found ways to separate themselves and others based on physical, geographical, mental, economic, social, or religious features. From the early days, there has been survival of the fittest. People are separated by their countries and the economic situations in those countries; some progressive and advanced, … Read more

Individual and corporate social responsibility

Individual Social Responsibility is a moral belief where we as individuals, have a responsibility toward society. Being “socially responsible” is about all individuals behaving ethically and sensitively towards social, economic, and environmental issues. It is about being accountable for our actions and being conscious of the impact your actions have on others, our communities, and … Read more

Briefly explaining the differences between negative feedback, positive feedback and feed-forward in physiological system with suitable examples

A feedback loop is a biological occurrence wherein the output of a system amplifies the system (positive feedback) or inhibits the system (negative feedback). Living organisms are able to maintain homeostasis through these feedback loops. This is the mechanism that enables us to keep our internal environment relatively constant. Examples of negative feedback include maintaining … Read more

James Meredith biography

In June 25, 1933 James was born in Kosciusko, Mississippi. James was raised in a farm with nine siblings. His first experience with racism is when him and his brother were riding a train from Chicago. Meredith was ordered to give up his seat and go to the black section, where he had to stand. … Read more

A Rhetorical Analysis of Evil Empire Speech by Donald Reagan

A famous “Evil Empire Speech” given on March 3, 1983, by the fortieth President of the United States Donald Reagan addresses The National Association of Evangelicals that is known for its contribution to humanitarian and spiritual work in America. The president focuses on the discussion of the most urgent social problems that need consideration from … Read more

Main Issues Of Singapore’s Economy: Inflation, Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product (Gdp)

Singapore is a small country with a population of 5.6073 millions people. Since its separation from Malaysia, it has proved itself to be one of the fastest ever growing nation, becoming a first world country without any natural resources. Her economy is considered one of the most competitive among the all the developed country, boasting … Read more

Not A Feminist But A Female ‘Equalist’

“Give us equal wages, but let him pay for my dinner”. “We want the same education as men but give us reservations too”, “treat us equally but we want our seats reserved in trains too”. Somewhere along these lines, the meaning that feminism stood for blurred a bit by our need to be privileged. Feminism, … Read more

The problem of poverty in Sudan

Nearly half of Sudan’s population live in poverty despite the rising income in Sudan and 47 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. There is many factors contributing to the poverty in Sudan internal conflicts are further fuelling the volatile state of region. Between 2006 and 2013 Sudan’s trust fund supported. In some … Read more

The Hungry Woman

Cherrie Moraga comes from a Latino background, her mother being half-Mexican and her father being American. Growing up as Chicana, a Mexican and American woman, she personally struggled with being able to her mixed identity. Her search to find her queer identity, the Chicano Movement, racial ethnicity discrimination, and her feministic approach shaped the culture … Read more

History of Gender inequality

Gender inequality is not only the matter of a special country or place instead it has always been a global issue for people. Men and women are almost equal in the total universe but still women are not given equal status with men and this unequal gender role in nationalization process operates in every country. … Read more

Joe Louis fighting against racism in ww2

The son of Sharecropper, Joe Louis fought his way through the ranks of amateur and professional boxing, and winning the worlds heavyweight champion, a title he held from 1937-1949. Louis is perhaps best known for his legendary match up against German boxer Max Schmeling. Schmeling defeated Louis when they first fought in 1936, and in … Read more

Violent sports

Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took, and your name in the undertaker book. says Joe Frazier, an American professional boxer. This quote shows how extreme some sports can be to the extent where people risk their lives just for fame and money, without caring about what they … Read more