Application: Feedback on Draft
Writing a good Capstone Project requires that you receive and incorporate feedback from your Instructor. Your writing may require several rounds of editing to improve your work. For this Application, you will begin by composing a draft of your Capstone Project. Specifically, you are required to submit one paragraph of each major section of your Capstone Project for review by your Instructor.
To prepare for this assignment:
Use the Walden Writing Center resources for tips on how to begin writing your Capstone Project. Pay attention to the four steps of prewriting. Consider the importance of an effective topic sentence.
Refer back to the outline from Week 3.
Think of the content that you might place in each major section of your Capstone Project.
The assignment (1–2 pages):
Compose 1 paragraph of each major section of your Capstone Project.
Support your Application Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the Learning Resources for this course.
Responses to Human Rights Violations
THIS WHAT YOU WROTE
The United Nations Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice denounces all forms of racial discrimination as reprehensible and unjustifiable (United Nations). While racism can be directed towards any race, racism in the U.S has been overwhelmingly towards black people who had been for a long subject to oppressive legislation and demeaning attitudes and practices. It was in the wake of the Civil Rights Movement and the unrest that followed that a raft of measures to eliminate racial discrimination soon after followed, including the signing into law of the Civil Rights Act and the delivery of the Brown v Board of Education judgment – both landmark responses in that they served to steer the U.S away from the Jim Crow era laws (History, 2009).
With some recent, highly publicized deaths of black people in the U.S being linked to racial discrimination, the response has been characterized by a global show of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, with players donning shirts with messages such as ‘No room for Racism,’ reputable brands pledging to be more racially inclusive in their hiring and their product range and marketing (EPL). Police reforms such as diversity training have been instituted. Other responses to racial discrimination in civilian and government spheres include affirmative action programs such as introducing racial quotas (Frum, 2000).
References EPL. (n.d.). No Room for Racism. Retrieved from Premier League.com: https://www.premierleague.com/NoRoomForRacism Frum, D. (2000). How we got here: the 70’s, the decade that brought you modern life (for better or worse). New York: NY: Basic Books. History. (2009, October 27). Civil Rights Movement. Retrieved from History.com: https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/civil-rights-movement United Nations. (n.d.). Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice. Retrieved from United Nations Human Rights Office of the Hugh Commissioner: https://www.ohchr.org/en/instruments-mechanisms/instruments/declaration-race-and-racial-prejudice
PLEASE ANSWER THE PROFESSOR QUESTION FROM WHAT YOU HAVE WRITTEN ABOVE IN WHICH I HAVE HIGHLIGHTED……
PROFESSOR QUESTION PLEASE ANSWER
What do you think? Will these proposed solutions help or is this a cycle that keeps repeating itself?