The United States is known to have had several segregation problems
The United States is known to have had several segregation problems, between Caucasians and African Americans for centuries now. Even though, Congress had implemented different acts along the years to allow African Americans to be as equal as Caucasians. For instance, the Civil Rights Act of 1875, forbids racial segregation in accommodations. But schools all around the country are slowly starting to have a de facto segregation, it is known that students are growing more isolated from each other. Specifically in schools that are apart of the Connecticut school system. Therefore, the Connecticut legislature came up with a plan to regionalize schools. While supporters of regionalization argue that it would promote diversity in schools and enforce the goals of Brown v Education, in fact, the motive behind the proposal is solely cost driven, suggesting that it will not only fail to obtain the goal of diversity but also decrease the quality of education in higher performing schools.
America was the greatness of the good old days
During the 1950’s, America was the greatness of the good old days. There was a second red scare of Communism that surfaced in the early 1950’s due to the Soviet Union and the Cold War. Russia was the first country to try out the Communist approach. “The international mission was to lure in the people of the world to Communism”.The American’s saw the Soviets as a threat due to believing they would bring Communism to their country. Don Siegel’s film Invasion of the Body Snatchers was released in 1956 and brought despair into the hearts of Americans due to its profound warning of Communism in the United States. This film portrays that a Communist takeover could happen at any minute. Invasion of the Body Snatchers projects what a Communist takeover would look like for Americans.
My son's fever seizure
Hi, my name is Diniqua Madison. When my son was eight months old, I was told that he had Fever seizure that cause him to have seizure whenever his fever raised. We moved down from Temple, Tx to Houston, TX to live with my mom, so that I could complete my school work. I located a doctor in Houston that would take his insurance because I started to hear this wheezing whenever he was just standing, sleeping, walking, or anything form of movement. The new doctor referred us to a ENT specialist. On the first visit with her, she told me that she wanted to perform a X-ray on my son’s throat because she could hear the whizzing too. After completion of the X-ray, the Nurse Practitioner told me that the glands in his throat had grown so large that they were now swollen and inflamed, the airway in his throat was so tight and it was making it hard for the air to pass through. She explained to me that she would like to run a couple of time to see what was causing his thyroids to enlarge, but she thinks that he will have to have surgery in order to clear the throat and his airway.