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Journal Entry #3
The essay on His Race for Race was a very descriptive essay. The essay spoke on the color of Barack Obama which showed the racial barriers he went through today as our president. Obama is very good with speeches and debates he mastered that from his days on the Harvard Debate Team. One point in the 2008 presidential campaign a white lady showed a racial stereotype due to ignorance by saying “she isn’t voting for Obama because he was Arabian.” Obama comes from a very large diverse family and culture. Obama has a gift at writing and the deliverance to his speeches to the crowd. But sometimes he can lose or bore people because his intelligence confuses people. Sometimes he uses words people never heard of because a limited education. But it’s not his fault he doesn’t try to flaunt his intelligence that’s just the person he is an intelligent black man. But no matter Black, White, Asian, Dominican, Hispanic, Mexican, African, or whatever he speaks for us the people. Whether you have master degrees or a GED he represents all of us. In a particular speak he says “We the people, in order to form a more perfect union.” Obama wants the best for everyone he wants to see everyone be successful. Also in this Essay Obama still spoke on the rift between Blacks and Whites. Although Racism is not as strong as it was in the 60s. Racism is still alive today and needs to be stopped not just between Blacks and whites but also immigrants that came to America from all over. Racism is a terrible hatred trait just because someone doesn’t look like you that’s very petty too me. God didn’t judge us when he made us so why do we have the right to do it. One point he talked about in this essay where racism is still strong at is South Carolina where residents still have confederate flags are still hung up. That shows racism from way back has been passed down from generation to generation and someone needs to put an end to it once and for all. I think people are racists...
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