What is Taekwondo?
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art. It is an effective weaponless art of selfdefense but it is also a competitive sport and method of maintaining all round
The national sport of
Chapter 1: The Trouble with Race
Walter Benn Michaels opens the chapter with the reiteration of the Plessy vs. Ferguson court
case. Plessy was a man who was persecuted for sitting in a white train cart, because that is what
he identified as. 1892
Over the years, the fight for gay rights and equality has been fought with interchangeable tactics
and methods throughout the country. While the issue has been undoubtedly more severe in the
past, it still proves to need more strides in eradica
January 4th, 2015
The Abortion Stereotype: Does It Really Exist?
The Abortion Stereotype written by Razib Khan, published in The New York Times on
January 2nd, 2015 is the article I have chosen to analyze.
The History of Gay Rights
1950: - The Mattachine Society, considered the first national U.S. gay rights
organization, is founded in Los Angeles.
1952: The American Psychiatric Association lists homosexuality as a
sociopathic personality disturbance in its
May 5th, 2015
Plant Reproduction: A Closer Look inside the Flower
For about 130 million years, flowers have been aiding the appearance of the world
(Flowering Plants Article). Flowers present a certain leve
Chapter 2: Our Favorite Victims
In this chapter, Michaels starts by making reference to Phillip Roths novel The Plot against
Michaels is able to paint a very clear picture as to who he suspects to be our favorite victims
and it happens to be Jewi
19 January 2015
Income Inequality Is Leading to the Ruining of Our Country
Unlike poverty, which concentrates on the situation of those at the bottom of society, inequality
shows how resources are distributed acros