Acts of Kindness


Full Equality Under the Law

Florida Senator Marco Rubio once said on the Senate Floor, “America is not perfect. It took a bloody civil war to free over 4 million African Americans who lived enslaved. It took another hundred years after that before they achieved full equality under the law.” Many people look back on these truths everyday and recollect the change that America has endured since the Civil War. In her collection of my assignment help reviews entitled, “Native Guard,” renowned poet Natasha Trethewey reflects on the societal transformations of America through imagery, metaphor, and her poem’s structure, and how those transformations impacted her as a biracial child in the South.

Of course, Trethewey could not talk of transformation

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During the Klondike Gold Rush dogs

During the Klondike Gold Rush dogs were useful to many people as they helped their owners with their work. Dogs pulled sleds for dog owners so they could find gold, which is seen in Jack London’s The Call of the Wild. In the past, dogs weren’t treated well and seen badly by their owners. The modern treatment and views of dogs by their owners are seen in Sonja Steptoe’s “The Dogged Pursuit of Excellence.” Although dogs in the Klondike Gold Rush were treated and seen badly by their owners, now dogs are treated and seen better than they were.

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