Classism and racism both play a huge role in human experimentation. This happens because when one group of people are thought to be less than another group the dominant group tends to take control of the lesser
I am glad you posted “How classism and racism effects Human Experimentation.” One sentence that stood out to me is, “They lied and deceived the people in the trials in order to get the results they wanted” (Jimenez). This stood out to me because this is a tool of hegemony called propaganda. It is really interesting to see how long the tools of hegemony has been in play. It is also cool that you talk about the World War II, the Tuskegee Study, and the Nazis. Thank you for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you will write next.
There are different perspectives about how others see using “black people” in the study. For one, some claim that the reason black people were used in the study was to prove to white people that they are the same, whatever treatment the white people used, also works on blacks, vice versa. Does that still count as racism?
Thank you for sharing your voice.
I am interested in your writing about how classism and racism affects human experimentation. One part of reading that stood out to me was “This shows racism and classism because they chose a group of black males who were already in poverty and had no real access to medical care. This would make them want to sign up because they would receive free clinical screenings but in reality they were not concerned about their health at all.” This stood out to me because they wanted black mens to join because they knew that they would because of the circumstance they were in. Also it was really mean that they would do that because all they wanted them was for data and not care about their health. Which it was a lot of classism and racism during that time with the Tuskegee Study. Thank you for writing. I look forward to seeing you write more and share your writing because it’s very interesting.
I am moved by your poem “She’s An Angel Sent From Above” because it has so much meaning behind it and shows exactly how you feel. One line that stood out to me was, “My neck was wrapped around on what was the attachment that I had with my mother.” this stood out to me because the same thing happened to me before i was born and…[Read more]
I am moved by your memoir, “Reflecting on the Significance of My Name in 2018” because I also didn’t like my name when I was younger and wanted everyone to call me something different. One sentence that stood out to me was,”My name has never been something very significant to me, I like it but I don’t really have a personal…[Read more]
Thank you for leaving your feedback on my work. I am glad to hear that you enjoyed reading my blog and how you learned new things from it. I appreciate your feedback on it, but I have a question for you what would you have written about for your community? What problems would you have addressed? Thanks for leaving a comment cant wait…[Read more]
Dear Alex L,
I am moved by your post ¨Violence Vs Oakland¨ because I see the crime and violence in Oakland everyday and know how it can get. This is real problem because it affects many. One sentence you had that stood out to me was,¨The rate of violent crime in Oakland peaked in 1992, after which it began a sharp decline and reached a low in…[Read more]
I am moved by your post “Immigrants are Important” because I know how hard it can be having families that are immigrants in the United States. This is a real problem because it seems like everyone doesn’t want us here because of how we are. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is,”I am the daughter of two immigra…[Read more]
Thank you for leaving your feedback on my work. I am glad to hear that you enjoyed reading my blog and how you learned new things from it. I appreciate your feedback on it, but I have a question for you what would you have written about for your community? What problems would you have addressed? Thanks for leaving a comment cant wait to hear back.
I think this an interesting take on a modern version of Romeo and Juliet. I agree that a modern day story would involve races rather than the different kingdoms. I am not sure what the assignment was, but I would love to see this story expanded and brought to life because it is a really interesting one. I think the story of Romeo and Juiiet could be created in a multitude of ways but this type about race is definitely applicable in this day and age. Thank you for your post.
I am moved by your post,¨Can Videogame to Movie Adaptations Work?¨. I am moved because I am a gamer as well and I want there to be a good movie adaptation of a game. One of the sentences you wrote,¨I think that’s why they fall apart, because they can’t make it a game, but they can’t just ignore the game’s audience preference…[Read more]
I am enlightened by by your post, ¨How big is the universe?¨ because I am interested by space as well. It is interesting and there is so much we still have to discover about it. I agree with the part that says there is an infinite amount of anything in the universe because we are still getting new light hit the earth every day so i…[Read more]
This shadow box represents my chosen and assigned identities. A assigned identity I have in this box is being Mexican and this is represented by the hot sauce bottle and the Mexican flag. This is an assigned
Thank you for sharing your work. My name is Jerry and I am a student at Fremont High School.
Something I liked about your work was the fact that you have both the American, and Mexican flag on it.
Something I have a question about is to why does it look upside-down. Please feel free to comment on my work in the future. The address…[Read more]
Thank you for sharing your work. My name is Latrail taylor and I am a student at Fremont High School.
Something I liked about your work was how you made the Mexican flag and how you explained your chosen and assigned identity.
Something I have a question about is noththing.Please feel free to comment on my work in the future.
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