In 1968 the Civil Rights Act passed abolishing legal forms of racism but it didn’t end racism in the United States. Structural racism blocks access to economic, political, and/or social opportunities for people of color due to a class system where European Americans are placed on top while people of color are placed at the bottom. Some factors involved in structural racism include housing, education, the criminal justice system, and prejudice
In Andrew Jackson speech on Indian Removal and Michael Rutledge “Samuel’s Memory”,diction plays a huge role on developing the tone.While Jackson use of word choices makes his address to congress sound uplifting, Rutledge use of word choices creates a tone of confusion. In Jackson address to congress on the Indian Removal, Jackson creates a tone of confidences, giving the listeners the Jackson knows what he talking about. Jackson saying of calling
Lingering Effects of Hurricane Katrina on Vulnerable Populations: A Residual Impact on Public HealthHealthhurricane katrinanew orleanspublic health
A Category 3 hurricane made landfall in the Gulf Coast of the United States near Grand Isle, Louisiana on August 29th, 2005. Named “Hurricane Katrina” and hitting winds of 127 mph the storm caused fatalities, flooding, and severe property damage in the Gulf Coast from New Orleans, Louisiana to Biloxi, Mississippi. Due to the aggressive nature of the storms and flooding, numerous levees failed around the New Orleans area, causing additional
What was the most devastating hurricane to hit the country known as the united states of America? Hurricane Katrina was America’s worst hurricane to ever hit the country. First off there is the question of how storm was formed. Secondly there is the course of destruction the storm brought by. Third there are the effects of the storm, Hurricane Katrina to talk of. And lastly an survivors view of the storm.