Kayla Kitchen English 10/1 Wilson 28 September 2016 Immigration Stereotypes “If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you. Would you take a handful? That’s our Syrian refugee problem,” (Trump Jr., Donald. Tweet). In early September of 2016, Donald Trump Jr. posted this tweet about the Syrian Refugee … More Immigration Stereotypes: The Syrian Refugee Crisis
After reading the article “Immigrant’s Daily Life In the Krome Detention Center, Florida USA” written by Edge of Humanity Magazine, I realized immigration is a huge center part in what makes up America’s depression today. People in the United States are shielded from what goes on in Immigration Detention Centers when detainees await their removal … More Task #3 – Edge of Humanity
Dear Mrs. Jennifer Lee Koh, My name is Kayla A. Kitchen. I am currently a Sophomore attending Monte Vista High School in Danville, California. For my 10th grade English class, my classmates and I are creating a blog specifically on the current events and conflicts involving immigration. Over the last couple weeks, my group … More Author Email – Jennifer Lee Koh
In the article written by Gene Demby published on the National Public Radio, “In Immigration Debate, ‘Undocumented’ Vs. ‘Illegal’ Is More Than Just Semantics”, Demby argues that the word ‘Undocumented’ should be used in political debates and issues regarding immigrants with no documentation instead of “Illegal”. Demby uses sophisticated language by including “Sematics,” (Demby, 2013. … More Loaded Language: What are the effects?
In the Conservative Post article written by anonymous author “AM”, “AM” gives incite through the article “Trump’s 5-Point Plan for Immigration is Precisely Why You Want To VOTE FOR HIM”, stating that Mr. Trump’s plan to end illegal immigration is exactly why people of America should vote him to be the next President on the … More Biased Blog – What Can it Be?