Majority of the children believe they do not fit the social norms of the American society and therefore are treated like outcasts. The poverty-stricken children discuss with Kozol the reasons why they feel this way. “If you go downtown to a nice store, they look at you sometimes as if your body is disgusting. You can be dressed in... ... middle of paper ... ...(Kozol, 162) Reverend Overall is relaying the message through Kozol that for the society to allow a ghetto to form is unnatural. In addition, to let children live in the ghetto is evil.
The poor people who reside in this kind of place tend to alimented anger that becomes hate in their lives. One of the pictures about Gray’s death show two little boys who looking loss on the protest. The picture shows that the faces of a boy who hold a poster protest. The picture points out how the eyes of the boy look hate because his innocent is no more with him. This kind of pictures makes people in society that have a child in this activity could influence in their behavior because this boy can be a potential criminals in the future because he doesn’t understand how society is.
Parents can ruin their children’s life many ways from not giving them enough attention, punishing them the wrong way, abusive environment, friends and teachers. If the society is suspecting children are being mistreated at home, then they should do home check ups. People need to gather together and try to stop bulling before it becomes worse than it already is.
All because they feel as if they don’t “belong” anywhere. This causes kids to hurt themselves and want to end their lives. They develop depression and start losing interest in school, stop being social, change their appearance, and it may even lead kids to drugs and drinking. Cyber bullying even puts you at a bigger risk of getting depression. Depression is an illness that no one can really understand but many things can cause it.
Boyz in the Hood is a statement of how urban youth have been passed a legacy of tragic indifference, and the writer has shown that it is an almost inescapable fate for those born into racism and poverty to repeat the patterns they wish to escape. The movie’s characters are clear representations of how the system fails young black youth in the United States, and the difference one mentor can make for these kids. During segregation young black children became targets for white brutality. This movie reflects what the European mentality and what it has done to the African American culture. Chris and Doughboy, two brothers in gangs, live with a single mother.
After the incident the Capone family moved to a new neighborhood, where Capone would meet the man that would help change his life forever. Johnny Torrio was at the time the most successful and respected gangster in New York and his headquarters was located across the street from the Capone's new house (Bergreen pg. 26). Torrio instantly became Capone's new role model; Capone even got a job running small errands for Torrio and his crew. Capone spent every waking moment with the Torrio organization, which in way served as his new educational system, seeing as he no longer attended regular school.
When taggers of New York started their art it was for local fame. These artist tried tagging as many places as they can to gain recognition. Darryl McCray or “Cornbread” is claimed to be the first tagger. When he was in juvenile prison he would write his tag sign “Cornbread” all over the prison. He continued to tag outside of prison and it spread to New York City.
Hill served drinks and food at card games and admired Burke for his generous tipping. One year later Paul Vario’s brothers Vito and Lenny, gave Hill a union card at the bricklayers local. This meant that Hill could run errands for the mobsters and get paid $190 a week for a job he didn’t have to show up to. Once he was presented with this opportunity, Hill dropped out of high school and worked for the gangst... ... middle of paper ... ...arrested on a narcotics trafficking charge on April 27, 1980. Hill was convinced that Vario and Burke both wanted him dead.
It is a known fact that people crave attention, and when a child cannot receive positive attention, that child will get negative attention to fulfill their needs. The children who do not receive the attention they deserve tend to lash out at others in the workplace or at school. Willisville kids go to Trico school district, and one day when I was in junior high, a kid came to school and stabbed somebody. This was due to the fact that he had a grudge against some guy and lashed out against him for payback. He was mentally unstable, and his parents never really paid much attention to him.
They look for little boys who play unsupervised. The Klan believes that these boys are potential members of the Klan because their parents do not care enough to watch them play. The child is probably growing up in a dysfunctional family that gives him little attention and when he is older he will cling to the Klan because membership in this group will provide him with a strong family structure that his ... ... middle of paper ... ...eir new and young members that the different people are bad and all kinds of things. These lessons, which new members of these hate groups are learning, are wrong because they provoke the anger on its members and therefore the members commit hate crimes against those they hate for being different. That is why not only Blacks, Homosexuals, Asians and Hispanics, but also white people think that these hate groups should be banned so they can not commit crimes anymore.