WRT Crituqe

WRT Crituqe - Nicole Mazza Dr. Penelope Hope February 22,...

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Nicole Mazza Dr. Penelope Hope February 22, 2011 Writing 105-Section 7 Critique of Brent Staples “Just walk on by: A Black Man ponders His Ability to Alter Pubic Space” seemed as if Staples really put thought and real life occurrences in his paper. He touches on a very controversial issue, racism, that is something that a lot of people face at one time in their life or even on a daily basis. He recalls certain accounts that put his theory of judging a man by the color of his skin to work and pulls upon certain experiences that stuck in his mind through out the years. The first incident that Staple mentions is one that happened on the streets of Chicago. He claimed that as he was waking down the street, the woman in front of him got sketched out, instantly thinking that Staple was going to do something to her. The woman ultimately ended up running away. He knew why she was scurrying away. She thought that just because of the color of hid skin, he as going to do something truly horrible to her. He then proceeds to say that it was
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