To shoot this photo of wildlife I headed to sugarhouse park. Around the pond, you can usually find families feeding the birds. Over time, the wildlife has become accustomed to humans, allowing me to get closer than usual to this goose. I focused the camera and just waited for the flock of geese to come my way so I didn't frighten them. I then clarified the image on my computer once I uploaded it.
I believe it is Bigger's fault for the murdering of Mary Dalton because it was he who let the situation excel to that point. Honestly he could have Mary just make the noise that she was going to create and just say I can't do nothing about it since he is only the chauffeur and he can not do anything about her actions. Since he "cleverly" thought about how not to get caught, I think he could have easily thought of how not to get involved in the situation in the first place.
In the book Native Son, was bout a black male who had to come through a lot of problems. In Book One, Bigger had killed one white girl whose name Marry. After the murder, Bigger was really scared if he would get caught. Therefore, Bigger tired to hide this by burn Marry's death body in furnace. After finished book one, I think Bigger is not at fault for Marry's murder because the fact that Bigger is too afraid to being around white people. The way Marry acted toward Bigger make him loose his mind and did wrong things.
I like this article because It explains the Trayvon Martin VS George Zimmerman case clearly. The article gives you the background of the case and also the people involved. The article also gives you the outsiders views like for example the public.
The book I read was called The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. The book is set in the 1940s about a young black girl named Pecola Breedlove who wishes she was blonde and blue eyed. Pecola has had a rough life with a wild father and a mother who is distant. Pecola lives with Claudia and Frieda MacTeer for a while before moving back in with her family. Pecolas father, Cholly, rapes her one day while she was washing the dishes. Pecola's mother does not believe her and ends up beating her. Pecola goes to a church to seek for help but ends up getting used to kill a dog.
I have done 70% of my monologue. My project I just need to record myself, so I don’t have to worry too much that I might not be on time. However, the tough part is that I have to edit and make it more natural. There so many challenges while I’m recording, but I had overcame it because I’m keeping tiring no matter how hard it is. When I recorded it, I keep on forgetting the line which is making my video look strange. Then I had to restart again and again. However, I had some tricks that make my video goes well.
We learn something interesting about one on the characters, Piri Thomas on page 103 where it says: " the difference between me and Louie was he was white. 'that cat Mr. christian tell you about calling you when some new territory opens up?' Louie said in a low voice. i nodded, 'yea'. damn! that motherfucker asked me to come and start training jazz on Monday." This is typical of how this character acts in this book, so far Pipi hates the white people, and he also feels confused of who he is.
In "Down These Mean Streets" one of the characters that I feel very interested in is Mr.Christian, he was the guy who Piri tried to get a job from. He one of the white guy who being nice to Piri and his friends.