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Message de jujuu posté le 23-04-2018 à 19:34:16 (S | E | F)
Bonjour à tous,
je me permets de venir vous demander de l'aide afin de corriger ma notion pour le bac d'anglais. Je n'ai pas un très bon niveau en anglais c'est pourquoi je m'adresse à vous afin de me venir en aide.
I’m going to talk about the notion Places and forms of Power. The power is the ability to influence the behavior of people. This helps to create social cohesion but can also lead to conflicts and tensions. The segregation is, within the same nation or country, the physical separation of persons according to racist criteria ,in daily activities, in professional life, in the exercise of Civil Rights. Fort this notion, my key question is “Who are the people who have participated at the abolition of segregation?” To answer this question, I’m going to talk about the different Black people who have changed the segregation: Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Ruby Bridges
1-Martin Luther King MLK is a manager. He was famous because he was delivered a speech called “ I have a dream” against the segregation in 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. This monument is significant because Abraham Lincoln is a president who has abolished slavery. In this speech, MLK dream that white people and black people are equals. The speech brought a great attention to the civil right movement as it was carried on radio and reprinted in newspapers all over the US and all over the world. This speech was be MLK a leader of this movement. After this, MLK was respected because was pacified.
2-Rosa Parks Rp is a black women who was touched by the segregation. She was famous because she has boycott a bus of Montgomery. In 1955, she refused to give up her seat to boarding white. This brought about her arrest, conviction and fine. The boycott began December 5, she paid a penalty of 15 dollars, the day of Parks triad as a protest by African-Americans for unequal treatment they received on the bus line. She was considered an icon of human rights. She have nickname “ the mother of the Civil Rights”. She has fight throughout her life for the Blacks rights.
3-Ruby Bridges RB is a little black girl. She was six when she became the first African-American child to integrate a white Southern elementary school on November 14, 1960, escorted to class by her mother and US. marshals due to violent mobs. The agents who comes to put an end to the segregation in the schools. RB was subsequently invited to come and this the painting in the White House who Barack Obama made in 2011. She still alive today and continues to fight for the right of Blacks.
Conclusion : To conclude, we can see that these people have done very courageous civics acts to make the voices of Blacks heard in the American population. Despite this, there is still a lot of racism against Blacks. There are a lot of films in favor of the Blacks and these stories including the Butler who is a films that has moved me a lot on this boycott. I find a pity that this is to exist and that it still exist for some people. I am a bit like MLK, I have a dream that everyone is really equals.
Modifié par lucile83 le 23-04-2018 19:37
Réponse : Idea of progress/Bac de gerold, postée le 24-04-2018 à 18:58:12 (S | E)
Ne mettez pas l'article devant les noms pris dans un sens général comme power ou segregation, et utilisez le prétérit plutôt que le present perfect en parlant de faits passés.
I’m going to talk about the notion Places and forms of Power.
1-Martin Luther King MLK is a manager. He was famous because he was delivered ce n'est pas un passif a speech called “ I have a dream” against the segregation in 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. This monument is significant because Abraham Lincoln is
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