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    Even though Italian immigrant parliament experience and the Mexican American experience are separated by time and distance they share many common actions. For example, they share many common barriers to migrants from one country to the other, a similar american dream, and similar connections to finding hope in tough times. By migrating from one country to the other which that is completely different from one another there are many barriers such as the language, discrimination and economic

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    Asian American Experience The pain and the suffering, the oppression, and the exclusion all describe the history of Asia America. When they arrived to the United States, they become labeled as Asians. These Asians come from Japan, China, Korea, Laos, Thailand, and many other diverse countries in the Eastern hemisphere. These people wanted to escape from their impoverished lives as the West continued to infiltrate their motherland. They saw America as the promise land filled with opportunity

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    that Shape the African American Experience It is argued that “the African-American experience” has been shaped by multiplicity of factors. Scholars and students have identified such factors as race, culture, identity, community, and power and agency as the primary factors that have shaped the African-American experience. Barbara Fields in her article, “Ideology and Race in American History,” analyzes the role that race has played in shaping the African-American experience. Joseph E. Holloway’s “Africanisms

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    Educational Experience of African Americans

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    Seifert, Jerri Drummond, and Ernest Pascarella) at the University of Iowa, highlighting a research study undergone by the three concerning the role of institutional types, with emphasis on historically black colleges (HBC’s) in African-American students’ experiences. The findings, as published in the Journal of College Student Development showed that students who attend HBC’s report greater levels of good practices than their peers at other institutions of higher education. These findings suggested

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    students that were interviewed regarding education and their racial status of being an Asian-American. I will examine these subjects’ experiences as an Asian-American through the education they had experienced throughout their entire lives. I will also be relating and analyzing their experiences through the various concepts we had learned and discussed in class so far. Both of these individuals have experiences regarding their education that have similarities and differences. The first person I had

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    reality differs. It may not differ greatly, but background and personal experiences with shape your reality as an African American. In recent years discrimination, poor treatment, and racism against African-American people has been a heated issue. I would argue it has been brought to the forefront of political discussion lately. The root of all this racialism fascinates me and upsets me. What do other African-Americans experience? What is their reality as a result of racial tensions? How do white people

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    Ostracism in and of itself is a condition no human wants to experience but compounded with disrespect and abuse, it describes the condition of the African Americans prior to the Thirteenth, Fourteenth , and Fifteenth Amendments. The Thirteenth Amendment supposedly outlawed slavery; however, whites still found ways around the law in order to keep blacks below them. The Fourteenth Amendment granted blacks citizenship, but they were still denied basic rights. The Fifteenth Amendment granted blacks

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    America’s Great War: World War I and the American Experience by Robert H. Zieger In the book, America’s Great War: World War I and the American Experience, Robert H. Zieger discusses the events between 1914 through 1920 forever defined the United States in the Twentieth Century. When conflict broke out in Europe in 1914, the President, Woodrow Wilson, along with the American people wished to remain neutral. In the beginning of the Twentieth Century United States politics was still based on the

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    Newly immigrated Asian-American students are often misunderstood by their classroom behavior.  They may hesitate or give short responses to questions, use a soft voice, decline to openly volunteer information, and avoid eye contact.  Their facial expressions may be mistaken for displeasure rather than concentration, such as frowning when hard at work.  They may become embarrassed when praised. All of these examples are often misinterpreted by teachers due to ignorance.  These children are merely

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    The Rise, the Fall, and the Climbing: The Native American Experience Education: “the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.” Such a term has different applications to various societies and cultures. The typical ego-centric viewpoint of Western education: textbooks, institutions, curriculums, and degrees overshadow the broader sense of this definition.

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