In the article of George's testimony about he loves he loves country that once had betrayed him. He summarizes his life in the camp, an imprisonment life that was normal for him. The beginning of his life in this imprisonment life, was when he was five years old and had to go to the train to Arkansas with his family, mom, dad, younger brother, and baby sister. He describes the different camps and each camp had a differ harsh environment. After that harsh environment not only his family and him had difficulties with this new life starting from zero but also other Japanese had suffered through this too. The values that George Takei saw that from his father's wisdom "our democracy is a people's democracy, and it be as great as the people can be, but it also as fallible as people are. He told me that american democracy is vitally dependent on good people who cherish the ideals of our system and actively engage in the process of making our democracy work." He overcome this adversity by listening to his fathers wisdom from the mistakes that the government had made.
Around the years of 1940's when america was in the second world war after the Japanese attacked pearl harbor. The United states made an assumption that all Japanese will be a threat to the the United States. The threat meaning they were the spies of japan, And secretly "Planning" another attack. Which this was false and being racially discriminating. Japanese were sent to internment camps, weren't allowed to bring their items. And photographers would hide their cameras to bring to the camps, their photos was a way as an escape to show the reality of these camps. Each are different, the view that I agree is with the injustice of this circumstances that the Japanese had to live through.
In the article of "3 very different views of Japanese Internment." Based from what I read of, the first view is from the photographer Dorothea Longe, her pictures were the environment, how the Japanese were living with not the very best circumstances. I agree did wasn't best way for them to live. The pictures did show the proffer that was needed for everyone to see.
Another view, meaning another photographer is Ansel Adams, he was a visitor to the internment camps, he captured the good moments. this is good, yes. But understanding he was a visitor he doesn't get the circumstances that Japanese has to go thorough with.
Lastly, Toyo Miyatake was in the internment camps in Manzanar was taking pictures secretly which later on they let him be the official photographer for the camp. He took pictures that showed good things about the camp and they ain't suffering much. In the contrary he also have photos that are also silent protesting. As a way to speak up for this injustice.
In conclusion, these views showed different perspectives, and my perspective, government sent the Japanese sent away which stole their time, dignity, and kind of their freedom which this injustice. Some pictures showed the injustice as well others did not.
My thoughts on the NFL players protesting is just respect. One must understand that their people is being killed or receiving disrespect and humiliation. There isn't not even one chance that somebody wouldn't stand for their people. They're just standing for what it's right. That needs to be justify. For some people they would take this offensive but for them is silent protesting.
The similarities between these both articles by CNN and FOXNEWS, both say some type offensive response by the president that said through the social media. And referring to the actions of the NFL players that have been took by kneeling, linked arms or by staying in the locker rooms. The difference between is that the article in CNN is more descriptive in about the response of the president toward the NFL players by firing them or suspending them for their acts of protesting.Not only that but also included the basketball player Curry with his answer for not attending the meet in the White house. And as for the article of FOXNEWS seems to reinforce of the protesting. Including the first football player who protested and received discouraging comments but also supportive as well.
" Get that son of a b---- off the field right now?" It's quite disappointing to hear an adult and especially a person "high class" saying those disrespecting words to another adult(s). Which is clearly unnecessary.
Reading this article just made me realize on many things. The severe damage that happened in Puerto Rico, needs supportive help from the government but also from the people. Well as been told that the death toll rate will rise due to the no power to treat the patients but getting clean water and able to flush the toilets. This leads to deadly diseases that will rise the death roll. It's disappointing that help isn't coming in fast pace just because Puerto Rico is a "Island." Puerto Rico has the same rights as the people living in the United states. Puerto-Ricans are citizens. Furthermore, upsetting situation is the lack of help and confidence toward Puerto Rico from the President of U.S.
I agree with the article in section 7, "Trump could be doing much more help." Additionally it has specific reasons what the president could do to help. For example, "Trump should also ask Congress to pass a relief package for Puerto Rico to give FEMA and the island more money to rebuild. He could deploy more military resources to help with search and rescue operations. The number of troops on the ground should doubled." This sums up the reasons how the president could much more.
A "move" made by the author of this article was the cause and effect, which this is was interesting to know/see. In the article it explained by the cause of the having no power. Along with the effect, no refrigeration for medicine to treat sick patients.
"3.4 million US citizens live in Puerto Rico, and they are entitled to the same government response as any state. But half of Americans don't even know that." This is true that most Americans don't know that Puerto Ricans are Americans. This should be known so it could increase support toward Puerto Rico.