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desire for independence and a constant battle, the independence of the united states is also grateful and respectful.American independence is more than an attempt to stop colonial life. the freedom they pursued was not the escape from interference or control by other countries. It reflects an active attitude to seek basic rights to enjoy the freedoms that have been granted since the birth of all human beings. What the US Declaration of Independence is
10emphasizing is that perhaps something that we should take for granted is trampled by someone’s desire.Journal #16 “Fourth of July Oration” – Frederick DouglassFrederick Douglass had announced for the July 4 for black people in New York on 5 July1852. He was asked to address the meaning of the July 4 for black Americans. His speechwas blamed for the attitude of American society to slavery. It is so easy to say that Americans are right and English is wrong today. Everyone can say that. Even if a coward is not a brave man who does not have a noble cause, nut a coward who is far worse than those people, he can make the tyranny of the British colonies in the United States one by one. It is fashionable to do so. However, there were times when criticizing England for the cause of the colonists was the test of the soul of the person. At that time, those who did such things were considered incendiary, rebellious and dangerous conspirators. Those who are on the side of those who are righteous against those who are not right, on the side of the weak against the strong, andon the side of those oppressed against the oppressors. This is the reason why these people should be praised. And above all, today, this behavior is not at all prevalent. Today, those who are proud of the actions of their ancestors may be tempted into the cause of freedom.Journal #17 “Politics and the English Language”- Huey P. Newton and Bobby SealeThe black panther party for self-defense formed by the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965 is one of the most controversial movements in the 20thcentury. For those who do not know black history, the beliefs and desires of black panther party can seem strange and unreasonable. Ten points are absolutely necessary for black people. Black panther party knows what they need the most. The party is founded by Huey P. Newton and
11Bobby Seale is committed to finding the rights of African Americans and building self-defense. The black panther’s newspaper was created to clarify their message, Emory Douglas became the art director of the newspaper, and in the future he became minister of the Ministry of Culture. The combination of prominent photo collages and paintings hascreated symbols such as Newton’s most iconic berets, the red stars, and the large gun. This epoch-making book has delicately expressed the party’s visual and symbolic identity.

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