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CMS 338 —Close Reading Notes Leadership Stories NAME: DATE: 10/30/16 WORK REVIEWED: I. In your own words what is the author’s thesis (include relevant page numbers): 1. Black Americans are facing the most barbaric and heinous crimes and are being denied basic civil rights and the right to a fair trial solely because of their skin color. Black men are being falsely charged of raped and then imprisoned, or lynched, because the white word is considered the true word. When the same instances occur for black women, their rapist is acquitted and justice is evaded. African Americans are being tortured because of the race question wherein freedom and equality is denied because of one’s race. (pg. 398-405) II. In your own words , what are 2 supporting argument(s) the author(s) make in the reading (include relevant page numbers): 1. The “race question” is that of which barbaric, inhumane deeds can be excused by things such as religion and law because of the color of one’s skin. (pg. 398) In this paragraph, Wells argues that there’s such a thing as the race question which is a system that demeans the life of a black person in comparison to that of a white for any given circumstance.
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