Racial Prejudice

An iEngage Student Project

August 14, 2013
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Day Three Reflection- Marissa

Today I learned how to blog, interview people, and get involved in the community.

An active citizen is someone who helps the needy.

This experience at iEngage has empowered me to be a better citizen.

I can be an active citizen in my community by volunteering at a shelter.

My favorite part about today was blogging.

 

Trials That Deal With Racial Prejudice

The Trayvon Martin trial where George Zimmerman was found not guilty  for murder of teenager Trayvon Martin. After the court announced to the public the Zimerman  was not found guilty, Trayvon Martin supporters complained the  jury was being unfair, which sparked a huge racial under tone.

August 14, 2013
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Day Three Reflection- Manny

Today I learned about Gandhi, Martin Luther, and St. Augustine movement.

To be an active citizen, I can help my community, vote, clean, help homeless and hungry people.

This experience at iEngage has taught us to help our community and clean up and help.

I can help my community by cleaning public places and help out community events.

My favorite part about today was exploring the library.

August 14, 2013
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Day Three Reflection- Alyssa

Today I learned interviews are hard and teamwork ROCKS!

I can be an active citizens by taking part in my community.

This camp has enlightened me to different problems.

I can be an effective citizen by volunteering.

Today I loved interviewing.

August 14, 2013
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Day Two Reflection- Ben

Today, I learned there are judges in a court, the petitioner is the one introducing the case, and there are several court reviews.

Having a plan, claim, and rebuttal all make a good argument.

It is important that citizens understand effective argumentation, so they have logical answers.

August 14, 2013
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Day Two Reflection- Jackie

Today, I learned about amendments, what people do in court, and judges.

Facts, warrants, claim, and rebuttal make good arguments.

It is important for citizens to understand effective argumentation so you can have a good and effective argument.

August 14, 2013
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Day Two Reflection- Daniel

I learned about Racial Discrimination, Law, and the Court.

It is important that citizens understand how to make effective argumentation so that people can make clearer decisions.

I liked making the video most today.

August 14, 2013
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Day Two Reflection- Adam

Today, I learned about Emmett Till, Law and Court Procedures, and Racial Discrimination.

Facts, a warrant, claim, and evidence make a good argument.

It is important that citizens understand effective argumentation so people can be good at most things.

I liked the Law School most today.

August 14, 2013
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Day Two Reflection- Manuel

Today, I learned about courts, judges, and Emmett Till.

Facts make a good argument.

It is important that citizens understand effective argumentation to understand courts better.

I liked the fake court trial the best today.

 

August 14, 2013
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Day One Reflection- Marissa

I learned a lot about racial prejudice.

I think it is the least talked about issue in the world.

I can make a difference by sending my friends texts about racial prejudice and tell them how to spread the word.