Although there was evidence that unemployment had fell – many African-Americans were still unemployed. This is further evidence that there was no real improvement for the lives of African-Americans by 1955. In addition, most White-Americans still were against the idea of any form of African-American promotions within the workplace. Another factor would have been the Detroit Race Riots in 1943. A major shift in the White-Americans’ City’s demographics evoked tension between White-Americans and African-Americans.
By the time someone of my generation steps in and becomes president, the economy will be in full affect. This generation has so many bright and intelligent people who already have plans to better the world around us. We will bring this world to peace and give Americans that security that they have lost over the years. It will be very difficult, but with great effort and hard work it can be achieved. The future of America is a bit foggy to some, but to others it is clear that our country will come back and once again be a dominant nation.
The Declaration of Independence gives us the opportunity to live the American dream. With Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, the Declaration change the way of life in America forever. It practically was a mascot for the United States. The lives of people today might have more trouble finding a solution to the American dream, but it is still a reachable goal for every citizen of the United States. The past 3-5 years have been particular tough on the people of America.
Similar to the ideal of our Nation, to increase education and accessibility to all, for our country is better when more people get degrees as our company is. To have any real sustainability as a company, education is a primary factor in the success, not just for the elite few, but also for the masses. The introduction of increased benefits in the tuition reimbursement program will send a significant message of respect and caring to employees. The application of the program will show benefits daily. What better to invest in
They returned home to find that racism was part of everyday life. Between 1915-1922 more than 430 black Africans where lynched. The Jim Crow laws were state and local laws in the United States enacted between 1876 and 1965 .These where laws discriminating the black Americans. The laws segregated blacks in schools, parks, hospitals, swimming pools, libraries and other public places, Black found it extremely hard to get fair treatment. They were also denied access to good jobs and a reasonable education and where even banned from voting.
It had a social and economical impact too. Some of the world’s richest most powerful people are boomers. For example, Bill Gates the CEO of Microsoft, Steve Jobs CEO of Apple, Sean Hannity, Steven Spielberg, Barack Obama, and the CEO of General Electric are all Boomers. What would we do without Microsoft Windows, the microwave to heat our leftovers, the movie we saw this weekend, or the people who make the country’s most difficult decisions? All of these things are innovations from people born during the Boom.
Dennis B. Neuenschwander once said “A life that is not documented is a life that within a generation or two will largely be lost to memory. What a tragedy this can be in the history of a family. Knowledge of our ancestors shapes us and instills within us values that give direction and meaning to ours lives”. Thankfully over the years we were able to uncover so much about the early generations and civilizations that once colonized America. Due to the early civilizations Central america has become one of the largest economies and is still growing at a fast rate.
The American dream is the capability for a person to be richer, more relaxed life and having the possibilities of building your dreams to come true. We may attain this thought by way of hard work and perseverance and yet we all go through harsh circumstances and somewhat have the desire to have a superior
Most of today’s society equates success with money and power. However, for me, that is not the case. Being a millionaire does not matter to me, what does matter to me is waking up each day excited for a new opportunity in a career which inspires me while surrounded by people I love. True success is attaining a balance between a fulfilling professional career, physical and emotional well-being, strong relationships with family and friends, and time carved out for community service in an area of my interest. Endicott College appears to be a perfect place for me to prepare to find that successful balance I am seeking.