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American Dream Anybody in America can achieve everything as long as they work hard 2-5 children, big house, car, dog, white picket fence, safe neighborhood Definition: Ellis Island: opened 1892 medical checks examination of their documents some were kept on the island symbol of hope (start a new life) Uncle Sam: very popular nickname for the American government (American people and land in general) 1445- Columbus lands on an Island near the Bahamas - 4th of July 1776 - declaration of independence, "all men are created equals" (except women and African American), by Jefferson US immigration 19th Century - immigration policy was extremely liberal 1865 - no slavery anymore US immigration 20th Century - maximum number of immigrants per country was set (priority for educated people, skills) 1964 discrimination at Jobs were banned 2001- world trade centers were destroyed (terroristic Attack) American Dream Today: Was never a perfect vision Freedom of choice in how to life, good family life, retiring comfortably Some want to be successful without working at all Statue of Liberty: Symbol of freedom and independence (for the new immigrants) Resembles the Roman goddess "Libertas" (represents freedom from oppression and tyranny) Present from French people (symbol for friendship between France and America) Build in France by Bartholdi, designed by Gustave Eiffel Spikes-7 seas and 7 continents Torch Enlightenment Robe - stola, symbol of Liberty to the Romans Broken shacklers - abolition...

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of slavery Raised foot - walking forward / progress Stone table - date of declaration of independence, need for laws to help protect freedom The American dream is leaving America (education) > Very expensive Not enough teachers -> overcrowded classrooms College admission scandals > Really old technologies Weren't prepared enough for pandemic Black people then Segregation (e.g., cannot use normal restrooms) Face the danger of being killed Need to hide from police, although they didn't do anything wrong) Have to be as invisible as possible positive Black politicians (first African American president) More young African American finish school, college, ... Movement "black lives matter" Raise awareness about police brutality New attempt to finish discrimination Martin Luther King: White and black are equal Integration/ against segregation Non-violence "I have a dream" speech Motivated by religion Fights for human and civil rights for blacks Black people now AL Still disadvantaged Trans-Pacific Partnership Poorer, less educated, more likely to suffer from poverty related health issues Higher crime and violence rates Politically represented Still face discrimination (e.g., police violence, ...) Don't feel appreciated, respected Change in mind is needed, not a change of laws negative Many people are still living in deprived areas (high unemployment rates, drugs, gangs) High school dropout rate is still high People getting killed by police officers Donald Trump: 45th President, republican, first President without prior military or government service, was businessman Tax cut on the rich Ordered travel Banns on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries election and policies have caused many protests downplayed Covid, ignored recommendation from health officials, promised false information renegotiated North American Free-Trading Agreement withdrew US from: Paris Agreement on climate change Iran nuclear deal Lost 2020 presidential election to John Biden, attempted to overturn the results -> claims electoral flawed Wall of lies - many false statements US Capitol storming during the counting of the electoral votes (5 people died) A lot of Social media platforms suspended Trumps accounts

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American Dream Anybody in America can achieve everything as long as they work hard 2-5 children, big house, car, dog, white picket fence, safe neighborhood Definition: Ellis Island: opened 1892 medical checks examination of their documents some were kept on the island symbol of hope (start a new life) Uncle Sam: very popular nickname for the American government (American people and land in general) 1445- Columbus lands on an Island near the Bahamas - 4th of July 1776 - declaration of independence, "all men are created equals" (except women and African American), by Jefferson US immigration 19th Century - immigration policy was extremely liberal 1865 - no slavery anymore US immigration 20th Century - maximum number of immigrants per country was set (priority for educated people, skills) 1964 discrimination at Jobs were banned 2001- world trade centers were destroyed (terroristic Attack) American Dream Today: Was never a perfect vision Freedom of choice in how to life, good family life, retiring comfortably Some want to be successful without working at all Statue of Liberty: Symbol of freedom and independence (for the new immigrants) Resembles the Roman goddess "Libertas" (represents freedom from oppression and tyranny) Present from French people (symbol for friendship between France and America) Build in France by Bartholdi, designed by Gustave Eiffel Spikes-7 seas and 7 continents Torch Enlightenment Robe - stola, symbol of Liberty to the Romans Broken shacklers - abolition...

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of slavery Raised foot - walking forward / progress Stone table - date of declaration of independence, need for laws to help protect freedom The American dream is leaving America (education) > Very expensive Not enough teachers -> overcrowded classrooms College admission scandals > Really old technologies Weren't prepared enough for pandemic Black people then Segregation (e.g., cannot use normal restrooms) Face the danger of being killed Need to hide from police, although they didn't do anything wrong) Have to be as invisible as possible positive Black politicians (first African American president) More young African American finish school, college, ... Movement "black lives matter" Raise awareness about police brutality New attempt to finish discrimination Martin Luther King: White and black are equal Integration/ against segregation Non-violence "I have a dream" speech Motivated by religion Fights for human and civil rights for blacks Black people now AL Still disadvantaged Trans-Pacific Partnership Poorer, less educated, more likely to suffer from poverty related health issues Higher crime and violence rates Politically represented Still face discrimination (e.g., police violence, ...) Don't feel appreciated, respected Change in mind is needed, not a change of laws negative Many people are still living in deprived areas (high unemployment rates, drugs, gangs) High school dropout rate is still high People getting killed by police officers Donald Trump: 45th President, republican, first President without prior military or government service, was businessman Tax cut on the rich Ordered travel Banns on citizens from several Muslim-majority countries election and policies have caused many protests downplayed Covid, ignored recommendation from health officials, promised false information renegotiated North American Free-Trading Agreement withdrew US from: Paris Agreement on climate change Iran nuclear deal Lost 2020 presidential election to John Biden, attempted to overturn the results -> claims electoral flawed Wall of lies - many false statements US Capitol storming during the counting of the electoral votes (5 people died) A lot of Social media platforms suspended Trumps accounts