In Maya Angelou, “On the Pulse of Morning,” 1993, the author uses alliteration, imagery, personification, and metaphor to show the optimistic future of America, while also exposing glimpses of its hateful past. Maya Angelou was a poet and activist and exhibited the most important pieces of her political action within this work. She composed and […]

Haven’t you, just like anybody else in America, wanted to be equal. Well, being treated the same in America is a hard task to ask for, even in today’s society. Walt Whitman’s “I Hear America Singing” and Langston Hughes “I,Too” share common features because they both share a similar perspective on America. Both poems explore […]

Have you ever guessed what it’s like to be a politician? Did you think most of them had it, easy living in the Whitehouse or being President? Well for some it’s not that easy. Some don’t have that power to change or speak up. Yet! Instead they find a better way! Introducing Eleanor Roosevelt! I […]

I am pleased to share with you the progress that has been made to the U S Constitution since the process started. Since the Constitution was first written, persons eligible to vote has widened with the introduction of various amendments. The Constitution has been amended 27 times over the past 200 years and these amendments […]

Abstract Different nations have different cultural practices. Even though globalization has to lead to the extinction of numerous cultures, most Americans and Brazilians still practice their traditional cultures. Today most people think that because Brazil is in America, they have the same culture. This is not true since both America and Brazil have numerous differences […]

Fighting drugs abuse due to threat posed to the American Society Drug abuses have taken control of many American youths especially those who are in high school. They engage themselves in shoddy deals whereby the end up abusing drugs, and eventually they become addicts. Due to grave concern about this threat affecting our young people, […]

American Presidency: War on Poverty Introduction Approximately five decades ago, in the midst of, the mass media, unprecedented national prosperity, policymakers, and the American public made a startling discovery that millions of the Americans were living in poverty. In January 1964, the American president by then, President Lyndon B Johnson declared a ”War on Poverty” […]

Both we felt could truly describe what makes up an American today. When we got our information together we figured out that what makes an American didn’t just happen overnight, but over the years many influences throughout the countries helped us form who we are today. For the Economical parts we talked about, we brought […]