Family were part of each slave has to suffer from their slave master. They suffered when slave master abuse them, they suffered when give birth for baby, they suffered when their children sale to another place at three or four years old, and they suffered when their children died. The exploitation of slave lave for the slave master too cruel. The slave masters lose their mind when doing things too immorality for that human race. Clora generation's family has suffered for many cruel thing slave masters did for Clora mother's family, the family of Clora, and children families of Clora.
Another disturbing revelation about her childhood was that Aileen had sexual relations at a young age, but with her brother Keith. One man who testified in court admitted that he lost his virginity to her, but right after he brother Keith was done having sex with Aileen. This disturbing issue revealed that there was a high probability that Aileen was molested by her closest relatives, and was psychologically reduced to a whore at a very young age. The social trait theory proves that her environment was not only unsupportive but also very dangerous at her once tender age. She was rejected, exposed, and abused to the point where it was a norm.
a) Humiliation was a key aspect of many slave owners’ tactics. It was used to keep the slaves in line, reminding them that they had no power. b) Rape of the slave women by the masters was used as a way in which to humiliate both the men and women, serving to belittle the women while leaving the men powerless to protect their women. ii. When describing her experience, one former slave commented on the intense and relentless work schedule that the slaves kept.
Shockingly we find that at just fourteen years old John is verbally and physically abusive to everyone in the house especially Jane. Up until this point it seems Jane has habitually taken this abuse from not only the Reed family but from the help as well them however now it seems as though Jane has reached her boiling point. After causing Jane to shed blood she strikes him and whatever she does seems to hurt him. At the end of the chapter she is shunned into a part of the house known as the red
Violence causes dehumanization which leads to role reversal. All Jews went through torture mentally and physically. Physical violence used against them caused for them to be treated like animals, not humans. As they were treated like that, they realized that not only will the elder need to care for their sons and daughters, but that the younger kids need to help and care for their elders. For example, on the train ride to Aushwitz, a women that Elie knew kept yelling and screaming about a fire, which was not actually there.
Encumbrance of Women Harriet Jacobs writes a narrative about life as a slave and the hardships that she went through. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl exposes the physical and emotional abuses of slavery, especially on the female. Life was very hard for women at the time and she exposes the harsh reality of what these women went through. These women slaves experienced a more horrific and traumatic side of slavery then men. They were sexually exploited, they were psychologically confused to womanhood, and they had to endure the hardships of motherhood in very harsh conditions.
His father died when he was about 5 years old and his mother could not take care of him so she sent him and his siblings to an orphanage. The orphanage was a place of brutality where he was exposed to regular beatings and sadistic acts of brutality. As a form of punishment, his teacher would make the children strip down in front of the classroom where they would endure a beating. This is an act that would normally have a negative effect on a child, but Albert seemed to have enjoyed it. He began to get sexual pleasure from it and would get erections every time he was whipped.
Malcolm X's life has been filled with racism, with him always being the victim, always being harassed by white supremacists. Even before he was born, KKK has been troubling his family. They have been constantly attacked verbally and physically, which eventually led to the murder of his father. The degradation of Malcolm's family soon followed, with her mom developing a mental illness, which forced Malcolm and his siblings to move out and live with other families. These series of events provided the initial rage that Malcolm had towards white people which would continually build up unconsciously within him.
Throughout the reading you will wonder how someone could treat their child the way he is treated and gives you a different perspective on child abuse. You feel sorry for him and disappointed at his mother’s parenting skills. Throughout the book David is abused by his mother. He is stabbed, starved to death, and even locked in a bathroom with just the smell of ammonia. There was times when David thought he would never make it and that he was going to die, because of all
As horrible as this story is, the murderer’s own childhood was also gruesome. It was filled with not only being beaten but having to watch his mother be beaten as well by a man who refused to claim him as his son. He was taken to a safe environment only to be forced back into this abusive home where he then had to watch his mother