Is Atticus A Good Parent?

Is Atticus A Good Parent? “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin. In the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee,  Atticus, the father of Scout and Jem Finch,  is seen as not teaching his children to be proper as the other children, but rather allowing them to be more unruly.  What others may not understand is that Atticus is teaching Jem and Scout important things about life. He is helping them to understand people and the world around them. Atticus is a good parent, though his method differs from others, he teaches his children about morals in life, such as telling them not to hurt those who do no harm to others

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All Colors are Equal before the Law

Racism is a hot topic in the world and today, many people have taken action to stop racism. Many people thought that everyone would be looked at equally when slavery was abolished, but that wasn’t the case. The lifestyle from an African American and an American is very different from each other. People nowadays, mainly American Americans, are being judged on their skin colors. The negative stereotype that goes around is that all black people steal or that they’re bad people and that majority of homeless people are black.

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Photojournalism in the Age of New Media

Photojournalism in the Age of New Media In “Photojournalism in the Age of New Media” by Jared Keller explains that social network had played an important part or role to photojournalists to change their actions toward famous people as well as crowded zones. For an example by watching and monitoring the person interactions or behavior with other people. Photojournalism is new type of journalism by publishing a story or covering crucial case and sharing it through social media network and making from a small incident to a huge problem and let everybody to talk about it.

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