Saturday, 21 November 2015
Awnser about chapter 10 Cry Freedom
The risk that Donalds refers is about that Biko dosent want to say the name of a person, so Biko takes the risk of been tortured or arrested.
Mapetla was arrested for the last time under the terrorism act. He died in the police custody on 5 august in 1976. ( detention during the apartheid)
Biko drives to cape town to speak something important meeting of black students although he knows that its forbidden for him, and then the police stops Biko and Wants to see their papers.
Friday, 20 November 2015
the topic that I select is the cultural diversity, in specific the culture of india, I gonna talk about the Holly festival, the holly festival is a festival of colours that represent the love of the people, also to welcome to the spring and good bye to the winter. the festival consist in throw holypowers that is ground colors, so they make a colorful ambient, then all the people of the city does a party in the night, igniting fires. the caption of the picture is I wish this festival will last forever!, I think that they say this caption because the holly festival is a party that everybody can assist and is a very wonderful time, to all the people of India. Now refering to the picture we can see 3 kids very happy and painted by the "hollypower" in all their body. Two from them are girls and who is in the middle of the picture is a boy. they look very similar, so we can deduce that they are brothers. the left hand girl is hugging to the boy in the middle, both are dress with orage clothes, and right hand girl are dressep with blue and white clothes. the arms of the left hand girl are painted with a black blue color, so why can deduce tha she was throwing paint of that colour. we can se that all of them are very happy and they are enjoying the moment, we can deduce that because all of them are laughing. in the back ground we can see a adult, that iqual with the kids, are dressed up with orange clothes.
I write to tell you about my feelings about our future relationship. I think that the traditions that our families have is very absurd, because everybody born free, so is an a injustice to force someone to love another person that you dosen't meet.I think that both have the same feelings about these theme, we need to talk very serious with our families an tell to them how we feel, because, sincerely, I love someones else, I never told these to my family, because i feel that if that I revel these, they gonna feel very disappointed about me, but tomorrow I gonna tell us, so also you to to your family, telling how you feel al respect. I hope that you are agree with me and don't cause more problems. I think that its necessary to talk face to face, to express ourselves and clarify all the doubts.
Thanks and good bye.
Tuesday, 3 November 2015
"I can't decide what I'm going to be when I grow up--a good girl or a slut."
In this image we can see two little girls, in their room, talking about her future, specifically, of what they are gonna to be when they grow-up. The blonde girl is very confused because she doesn't know what is the correct; to be a good girl or a slut. Because I think that the stereotypes are so male chauvinist nowadays that affect directly to the little kids or even to our sons. The little girl is confused because she thinks that if she is a "good girl", she would be a "housewife", with children and unemployed, with the only concern of keeping the house clean. But if she is a liberal and independent woman, she would be a "slut", because the society and the stereotype pre-determined in that way.
Tuesday, 30 June 2015
Describing a picture
This picture is located in South Africa, there are a kid, possibly playing some neighborhood games, like the "hidden". In the background we can see a very poorly "flats" of different colours and in very bad conditions. If you look very good, you gonna see a trucks, with possible materials, to repair the flats, at least we can see the constructors looking how to star his job. in the middle of the picture we can see five kids, sitting in the sidewalk, looking to the builders. in the middle left hand we can see a little zone of grass, and then a metal grille, continued that, there are a big wall of bricks, that is part of the flats. talking about the cultural diversity, this picture represents the poverty of South Africa, how the kids do to not get bored. we can see that despite that this kid are poor, they are happy with the liitle and few things that have.