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Peer Review postings provide feedback on one of your peer’s posting for that week in two paragraphs. Consider what your peer wrote and whether you agree with his/her perspective or not and why. What were the strengths in the posting? How did your peer’s work contribute to your personal or our collective understanding of the issue(s)? Identify areas that were written and analyzed well? Were there any areas missed, underdeveloped or not well evidenced? Identify areas for improvement.

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Mary T. Leader URED 855: Liberations Here and Abroad Assignment #2 May 22, 2017 I know I Can by Nas meaning. This is built on samples of Beethoven's classical piece "Fur Elise". It is a great song for graduation high school. It shows that positive messages can make for successful songs, which is something not understood by most mainstream artists today. This chorus is a call and response and it is incredibly affective because by having each line repeated it empowers the listener to "be ho they wann be" and work hard In this lyric Nas in saying that the youth can be anything in the world they want to be, they can have any career they dream of, but this will only happen if they work hard, study and "practice." Here Nas is telling young men that the worst thing when they're older is not being literate when they're older and not being able to tend from their selves. Rather they will be asking other people for help and not be independent. Here Nas is directly speaking to the children saying they do not have to conform to any stereotype but in fact, they should focus on their studies that are what would enable them to change the world. My overall theme associated with these two quotes is, if you read more, you can be what you want to be, and have faith in god, and trust. In conclusion, we can see that this song is a power anthem of empowerment to the youth of today to work hard and to be who they want to be and this is why we chose this song, My two interesting quotes are. Song “I Can” by NAS 2 Interesting Quotes Money then 1. You can be anything in the world, in God 1. we trust. 2. Read more learn more, change the globe. Mary T. Leader URED 855: Liberations Here and Abroad Assignment #2 Song 2, “The School” by Dead Prez May 22, 2017 The lyrics of “They Schools” are powerful and meaningful, and they represent everything from tragedy to hope and inspiration. The song challenges social institutions and the injustices of those institutions. Powerful implications can be drawn towards classrooms and schools across America as well as society and the larger social issues of America through examining and analyzing the lyrics of “They Schools” An example I found interesting, is they compared it to jail. In an “in a four-year sentence, mad niggas never finish, but that doesn’t mean I couldn’t be a doctor or a dentist.” And that the principal, was like the warden in a jail. I thought that was an interesting comparison. In high school, we were always given “busy work,” rather than ideas to study. We were taught to take a test, not to learn the material, which puts more stress on students transitioning from high school to college because along with adjusting to taking care of ourselves and facing harder work, we also have to learn how to learn the right way. They aren’t teaching them the real things in life. Like how to stop the police from murdering them, and brutalizing them. How to get rent paid. Another interesting example is they said, to advance in life, they try to make you pull your pants up. My theme in these two quotes is freedom around the world. Everyone wants to be treated with respect. In conclusion: I never really had great teachers in high school. I was taught and learned what they gave us to, and I passed and graduated with my class. I was glad to have achieved that. “They School” by Dead Prez Two interesting quotes. 1. “The same people who control the school system control the prison system, and the whole social system.” 2. “They seemed to only glorify the Europeans, claiming Africans were only three-fifths a human being.
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Mary T. Leader
URED 855: Liberations Here and Abroad
Assignment #2
May 22, 2017
I know I Can by Nas meaning.
This is built on samples of Beethoven's classical piece "Fur Elise". It is a
great song for graduation high school. It shows that positive messages can
make for successful songs, which is something not understood by most
mainstream artists today.
This chorus is a call and response and it is incredibly affective because by
having each line repeated it empowers the listener to "be ho they wann be"
and work hard
In this lyric Nas in saying that the youth can be anything in the world they
want to be, they can have any career they dream of, but this will only happen
if they work hard, study and "practice." Here Nas is telling young men that
the worst thing when they're older is not being literate when they're older
and not being able to tend from their selves. Rather they will be asking other
people for help and not be i...


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