Kenya Perry

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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Has desegregation been a help or hurt to people of color, specifically the African American community?
Seriously stop we should stop letting media influence our kids. They make girls feel ugly and unlikelable, then say if you want a guy u have to do ..... and wear ..... and buy alot of products to look good. But really they should be encouraged to like themselves, they get put down enough at school. Young men are encouraged by media to act like dicks and be violent because it looks cool on tv. Seriously compare the the last 30 years of action movies with the last 30 years of action movie standard. You the difference it has less violence and more sex content. One encouraging over is better than encouraging violence. 2nd because they encourage a lot of safe sex and instead of secretly promoting things with sex, and then guilt people into buying redemption from the church with Abstinence RINGS or tithes to support the ever dying church.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Has desegregation been a help or hurt to people of color, specifically the African American community?
Ok as I young African American I can completely understand your confusion about this and let me convey with a underlining truth that it was necessary. I sure imagining a time without equal rights seems strange, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't of happened If you believe this Then their is a interesting movie called Confederate States of America that depicts what would happen to the US if the south won. Still that doesn't change current problems in our community our sense of unity. We are no longer a community of people who care about education, or each other. We have taken a very dark turn where a lot the young black teens only care about living for today's not tomorrow's satisfaction. Most Africans in Public High Schools in rural areas are subjected to a Superficial behavior, along with A belief that today's Rappers along with people from Reality TV shows are good Role Models that they should follow. I remember seeing a vibe magazine that cover photo Had one of the real Desperate housewives on along with 3 other women, who were dressed like matching Hooker's and the title said today's role models.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Are we slaves to the forces that conspire to keep Republicans and Democrats in the United States in a 50/50 stand off?
Right now Yes. But truthful it's never been a even 50/50 influence of democrats views or republican views government. One side did dominate certain roles more than others. Remember the president isn't the only government influence. I digress Americans are taught in school to take one side or the other, to also have little cross over in belief's of dems or Reps. Still that doesn't mean other parties don't exist in this right or left system. There is a party who believe that individuals should dictate laws Not State or Federal Government. Among other's they aren't popular due to lower ability to market there idea's. Also this strange belief in Left or Right and no in between. This doesn't matter because we learned in american history that one political party will eventually die, and a new opposing party will rise in this 2 sided system. Is this better I don't think so, because people shouldn't have closed minds.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Is evolution/religion/everything a self fulfilling prophecy?
Everyone may come from different backgrounds but that doesn't mean we make decisions on certain just based on instincts. 1 People do change, we are no longer children who believe in such fables as Boogie man, and aren't scared of what's under the bed. 2 Not everyone believes in the same religion in which the were raised, People grow up deciding there own values and moral belief's ( Some people choose to be atheist and not believe in religion, but belief in the philosophy.) 3. That despite certain familiar historical anomalies occur that doesn't mean that people's ides didn't change. Come on now a lot women from other countries have right's, and being less subjected to the idea of inferiority. Slavery is now viewed as immoral.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Is evolution/religion/everything a self fulfilling prophecy?
Ok I'm gonna disagree buddy. because there are 3 basic aspects that describe a person's life history. 1. Then families status: meaning did the person come from: Rich, poor, middle class. And which country. 2. How they were raised: who taught them how to live, who inspired them, who or what they were raised to believe. Everyone in there life that has touched and/or effected them. 3. The environment they lived in: was it a productive prominent, was it in the ghetto, was there a transition from a bad environment to good or the reverse. What were the different cultural aspects of the different places the person lived. 4. Is CHOICE.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Debate: Is corruption a moral or a legal issue?
A long time ago people believed that people who marry shall stay married and that there shall be no sex outside of marriage. Then people made laws punishing women to death who do have sex outside of this, but yet if a man did this the women who be obligated to marriage with that man. Then peoples morals values changed, along with certain religious views. People began to believe that having more the one wife is morally wrong, and have made laws against it. I don't think it is because as long as the wives and the husband are genuinely happy, and aren't forced subjective ideas of how they should live I'm ok with it. Next
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Debate: Is corruption a moral or a legal issue?
It really depends on corruption of what because "An unjust law is no law at law." and no Ghandi wasn't corrupt because he fought for rights and freedoms that every individuals should have. I lean toward the idea that corruption is a legal issue that are caused by people's moral standard. I will explain in my next comment.
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Kenya Perry
Posted over 2 years ago
Shame is a hinderance to education.
2nd people should not feel obligated to take a certain career path simply for money. No that's how people get midlife crisis, because they don't appreciate there life. But does that mean u should quit and pursue dream job not necessarily. Why because people need financial stability in order to sustain their way of life. Depends on what satifies you, and if anyone depends on u. For instance if u dreamed of being a rapper all your life then one day get this opportunity to do it. Then think about this how this effect my relationship, will I be able to take care of my kids if any, Most important if I fail how will I support myself, then consider if the risk is worth it. Another story I took a class with a finely aged man who was going back to school to be an engineer. I asked what were his goals with this degree, he didn't have any. He just wanted to go back to make some more money. You see he had already pursued a forfilling job as a carpenter but since the industry didn't make a lot of money he went back to school to find a job that supported what is now his carpentry hobby.