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Definition Argument—MyrtleView

The more black fashion appears in mainstream the less black, black people become. When black fashion is pictured we start to imagine black men and women in gold jewelry, wearing Air Jordan’s, and braids. These are just three things that … Continue reading

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PTSD Claims- MyrtleView

18 “Way up north, and nearly as west as you can go, in Ferry County, Washington, there’s a little town with no stoplights by the name of Republic. There’s an abundance of parks and lakes and campgrounds—though I lose track … Continue reading

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White Paper—MyrtleView

Proposal I propose that black culture is becoming too mainstream resulting African Americans in losing their culture. Fashion trends from black culture and hip-hop culture has become a common influence in what all celebrities wear today. Black culture started out … Continue reading

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Men Define Rape It seems counterintuitive that men be allowed to dictate the rape of women. Author Erika Eichelberger published Men Defining Rape: A History an article that shows the progress of rape throughout the actions and beliefs of men … Continue reading

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My Hypothesis-myrtleview

Black culture and pop culture trends The increased view of black culture becomes apart of mainstream. The effect of braids worn by black women seen on social media is stolen by non-minority celebrities and rebranded as  a new trend creating … Continue reading

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