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CALL AND RESPONSE--TAKING A STAND Aushalina Leggett ENG 121 Allison Robertson August 13, 2019
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I choose to elaborate and write about the writing titled Call and Response-Taking a Stand, as to me I feel that there are many areas of this writing that I can personally relate too. What do you think of when you think of the meaning of “taking a stand.?” I think about saying something, speaking up, doing what is right even when no one is around. Another way of saying this is calling it integrity! So, what will you take a stand about today? It is in the best of my opinion that although the Appalachians in the Kentucky region are known for the hatred and spare no-one that there are many others that are filled with the same. Although we are urged to take a stand and speak what we believe in we do have to be careful as to what we say and how we say it. Not everyone is going to agree with our opinions, so it is best to be able to back up what we say with cold hard facts. The Call and Response is about not taking a stand. A stand against those that do not believe in what others believe in. Silas House call us to act and to stand up for what we believe in but even as a well-known writer, poet and author. They faced difficulties just like Audre Lorde. Although
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