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The Lemon Grove Incident

    Prosecution (Mexican Parents) Arguments: Didn’t think it would be fare for only one teacher to teach for grades and for the whites get different teachers for the all four grades don’t segregate the white students when behind but segregate the Mexican students were sending mexicans to the new school even though their english was flaunt live on the […]

June 30, 2021 June 30, 2021
The Lemon Grove Incident

Why are the events of the Lemon Grove Incident important?  What is the Board concerned about, and what do they decide? about too much mexican children going to the same school as the white children to do a separate school for the mexican children would think the mexican children were too slow to learn would think it would be beneficial […]

June 29, 2021 June 29, 2021
Draft, revise, and Edit Essay Here
Ariana Ocej0 6/28/21 English 1 Summer 2021 Title Businesses are allowing unethical clothing being put out in shops because it    
June 28, 2021 June 28, 2021
Possible Thesis Statements

Government bears the most responsibility for ensuring goods are ethically produced because human life and our environment are being damaged by unethical businesses, they have the power to write laws, and they are the only ones who can enforce ethical production because businesses only care about money. Businesses bear the most responsibility for ensuring goods are ethically produced because they […]

June 28, 2021 June 28, 2021
McCullen Constructed Response

According to McCullen the people that are responsible for ensuring that our products are ethically manufactured are the factories because they are the ones that produce them so they should be the ones to be on check with the material that they use. McCullen says, ” Business must stop just holding up its hands to say: “It is not our […]

June 24, 2021 June 24, 2021
How your addiction to fast fashion kills- sample constructed response

Prompt: What does Odell assert and how does she do this? Odell asserts that fast fashion is a major problem that businesses and consumers must take responsibility for. Odell writes, “Sustainable fashion writers and consultant Amy DuFault has come to think of shopping as a form of terrorism.” She writes this because of the extremely poor working conditions of many […]

June 24, 2021 June 24, 2021
The True Cost – Documentary

Notes the us used to make 95% and now we make 3% of the fashion if you were to pay someone in the US to make clothes it would be much more money if someone from another state would do which would be 2-6 cents the building the workers were working in were horrible causing it to collapse and killing […]

June 23, 2021 June 23, 2021
10 facts about fast fashion

Fast fashion  cheap and in style clothes goes to the runway to the streets very fast takes lots 2,700 gallons of water to produce a shirt 20% of global water is produced by the fashion industry polluted rivers in the word are caused by factories of clothes the clothing that goes to the landfill each year is 140m because clothes […]

June 23, 2021 June 23, 2021
My clothes

I would say i buy clothes every other 3 or 2 weeks. My mom is the one whos pays for the majority of my clothes but if i do have holiday/birthday money i will buy my clothes. The prices i would hope to get my tops is around 20 depending on the type of blouse for my bottoms i would […]

June 23, 2021 June 23, 2021

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Its kinda disappointing that the Menendez's didn't fully see the justice that they wanted to but it is good to know that there was some change for the chicano community.

It must have been infuriterating when the Mexican-Americans solder came back to the war and found out it was still unequal

I agree that, that was the whole concept and they just wanted them out.

I think it was very brave for those girls a speak up and fight for heir rights because if i were in their shoes i would be scared and wouldnt know if i should do it or not.

Once i heard this statement i was very shocked and taken back by it because he is a grown man say that about children that's just goes to show how low he is.

I agree because they were not given the opportunity as the whites to have a good job o to get paid good.

I agree with you because if you really think about it that's really all latinos can do and sometimes couldn't even do that.

When the Mendez's declined the offer for only their children to attend the school that shows how much courage they have and brave they were to go forward with the case.

I was very surprised when i found out the mexican kids were being taught how to work luke adults would do and the whites were being taught what a kid should be learning and that is very sad to know that, that was once America.

I had not thought of it in that way but know that you have mentioned it i bet it did have a bad effect on mexican kids at the time.

Its mind blowing how an administrator would say that to the students but i guess back then that was the norm to think like that but know hearing this makes me think how that message has been proven wrong along the years.

I very much agree with you because even though that's how it really was for mexicans we have proven to them that that's not going to be our reality anymore

Hopefully the owners have learned from their mistakes and can improve on to help with the factories and help the workers

They are finanly doing something about it instead of ignoring these problems

I agree with you because this need to be spread and heard.

i agree with this because its time they own up to this.

Businesses also need to take the blame for this because they are the ones providing it for us and should not be blaming anyone else

People that do this job are very in need of money especially if they have children so that why they make themselves work in these conditions.

This sentence is a great example of what people really think and dont think in consideration of what they are really having to go through.

When trying to compete with other brands for cheaper clothes it takes a toll on both the worker and the factories which also means when something is damaged in the factories the owners brush it off as if its nit there.

Making $37 a month is way lower than the average wage making you think how are they even able to live off of that.

Even though this tragedy had happened people are still going to work at places like this and make it seem like it didn't happen

it was hard for the companies to keep track of everything and be on top of things

I have never thought of us being “terrorist” to these people that work very hard but it is something to think about and very much change that.

I agree with you because people can be so blind and not really think about the type of clothes that they are getting

opinion: people don't realize the how bad their conditions are and think its nit a big deal but in reality people are losing their lives over this.

I completely agree with this because it really all came down to who supported slavery and who didn't.

I personally don't like the cartoon because to me its saying that he was better than these people that he killed and just overall inappropriate.

I wonder if people were puzzled on which side to chose, Lincoln or Polk?

Its good to know that more and more people were speaking out on the US actions and intentions.

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