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martes, 25 de noviembre de 2014

Violence, racism, verdict... at Ferguson (USA)??




Can you remember the case of this teenager being shot some time ago and all the riots that came after that?


Here are some articles to read and videos to watch:

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7 comentarios:

  1. This an article that speak the contraversial the event about a black men who was shot by the police of Feiguson.
    A lot of person are protesting in the street for this event: burning the containers, caufreting of the police...
    I think the gauvernment should do a investigation more ample to avoid that this happen again.
    MARIA JESUS MENDOZA ALAMINOS 3A

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  2. Lately in the news are talking a lot about racism in Ferguson.Yo think it should not be so because all people are equal, male or female, black or white, young or old. There are many riots in US cities and people are burning containers, warehouses and breaking furniture.
    US racism is a big problem because many immigration and black population. The government should create laws to prevent racism.
    Antonio Peregrina Martinez 1ºA

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  3. Talking a lot lately racism toward blacks in USA. In many protests that have been created there have been many injuries and even deaths. In these protests have been burned container, things are thrown to the police, etc. Lagentes is very angry because even though we are in the 21st century, we live in a racist society and in the news every so often hear that young blacks are killed by the police without punishment for the guilty. It's time to end racism.

    Cristina Béjar López 3ºB

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  4. Currently in the United States are being produced many altercations about a topic that worries me that still exist in the twenty-first century "Racism"
    The white and black citizens are manifesting by injustice to comment the American authorities for example when they kill a white citizen mistakenly go to jail authorities however when they kill a black person or a dog treat it as nothing happens this is because black people have no rights in America but Americans do not stop to think that half of the population is colored not understand how in the twenty-first century can afford this is unfortunate.

    José Manuel Díaz España 3ºB

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  5. Ferguson is a suburb of Saint Louis where a black was assassinated in the street by the police.It is says that the man was unarmed and the police didn't ask him anything, at all, first shot it.

    Afterwords, due to the murder there were riots in the street of Saint Louis. People were dissapointed and the police attacked the protesters using firebombs and abusibe force.

    On the other hand, the police has just said that they acted properly and they still think they protect citizens.

    In this article some quotes by Martin Luther King are mentioned which transmit a message of piece and that everybody has to protect human rights and that we are all equal, with no discrimination of colour or background.

    María Béjar Rodríguez 3º ESO A

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  6. In the news are talking a lot about racism in Ferguson. Yo think it should not be so because all people are equal, male or female. In many protests that have been created there have been many injuries and even deaths. US racism is a big problem because are many immigration and black population. I think that the government should create laws to prevent racism.

    Ana Fernández 3º ESO A

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  7. The CNN video speak about the judging. The people are talking in the street. "I just think this is crazy,"said one,he added "A young man was killed on the street in broad daylight. I am surprised it has taken so long. I've got a lot of clients and they're all in shock" and he concluded "There's a lot of anxiety. We don't know when it's going to happen. We just want justice for the whole system. I think it's bigger than Mike Brown." This have been some words of the people in United States. Now follow embarrassment in USA.

    ALBERTO ANTEQUERA GONZALEZ 3ºB

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