Rasmussen Humanities Figures: Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu discussion

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This week, you will submit the first draft of your Humanities Project paper. As a reminder, the requirements for this paper are listed below. Remember, writing is a process. Your first draft should be your best effort, but much will change between this draft and your final submission at the close of our time together.

This paper should be written in traditional research paper format, should include two figures from the Humanities (one from the past and one figure from the present, or a completely different era from the other), and should compare and contrast their achievements.

  1. Original research paper that is a minimum of 4-5 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 point, with a standard font. In general, pages consist of:

Title Page - Captivating title, your name, title of the course, date.

Body - 4-5 pages in length. Follow this rough map (outline):

  • Introduction - introduce subjects - (Remember you are comparing and contrasting two figures from different eras) Bring focus to your study through thesis statement.
  • First Point coming out of thesis statement
    • Support #1 from research
    • Support #2 from research
    • Personal observation
    • Etc.
  • Second Point coming out of thesis statement
    • Support #1 from research
    • Support #2 from research
    • Personal opinion
    • Etc.
  • Third Point (if needed) coming out of thesis statement
    • Support #1 from research
    • Support #2 from research
    • Personal opinion
    • Etc.
  • Conclusion - Reiterate (do not simply restate) your thesis. Remember to mention both subjects here and close with a striking point.

References Cited page - in APA format.

(BELOW I'VE SUBMITTED ALL THE PARTS SO FAR CREATED, I WOULD LIKE A ROUGH DRAFT OR A COMPLETE PAPER ON MY TOPIC FOR MY PROJECT).

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Running Head: HUMANITIES FIGURES

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Humanities Figures
Student’s Name
Institution

HUMANITIES FIGURES

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Humanities Figures
The world has over 7 billion people but there is no humanity left in the world. it is very
difficult for a rich person to walk down a street and offer help to a beggar. They find it difficult
to interact with people they think do not fit in their social lives. However, there are those
individuals that have enough money to last them several generations but have healthier hearts
than their wallets. Such individuals include Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. Desmond Tutu
is a South African Archbishop known for his kinder-hearted, peace-bringing and genuine nature.
Nelson Mandela is a South African mercenary who fought for fairness in the country for a long
time. He even went to jail for 27 years to guarantee freedom in South Africa. These two
individuals have made a difference in the world, through similar and different mechanisms. The
goal, however, remained the same, create peace and bring the people of South Africa Freedom.
this discussion looks at the various ways the humanitarians made a difference in the world while
looking at the challenges they experience in their journeys.
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