With approximately 500 -600 words, write an essay responding to the arguments ma

With approximately 500 -600 words, write an essay responding to the arguments made in the uploaded instructions. Be sure to demonstrate your understanding of those relevant foundational legal principles of Federal Indian Water Law in order to respond to these arguments.
Cite legal sources using the proper legal format. Do not cite the lectures or book, but instead cite the case law discussion in both.

Structural discrimination , as this chapter points out is more difficult to dete

Structural discrimination , as this chapter points out is more difficult to detect than blatant, direct forms of discrimination. How do you illustrate structural discrimination to someone who insists that old-fashioned (overt) discrimination is no longer prevalent in American society, and therefore the socioeconomic problems of racial and ethnic minorities must be entirely of their own doing?
Initial post must be a minimum of 200
Initial Post 12 points
2 References – 3 points

Essays evaluate your engagement with the themes and texts of this course. Select

Essays evaluate your engagement with the themes and texts of this course. Select ONE of the posted prompts OR develop and respond to your own prompt. If you choose to respond to your own prompt, you must include the prompt above your response. Your essay must be 1,000+ words. Your essay must offer and support an argument related to the prompt you select/develop. If you elect to generate your own prompt, your prompt must address Sassafrass, Cypress & Indigo.
Regardless of what you choose to argue, your essay must remain focused on the work under study. Your essay must incorporate textual support from at least TWO sources (support from the primary text AND one scholarly source). While you are free to include additional sources, your essay should balance analysis and support.
Your essay must present a compelling, coherent, and specific thesis that is consistently and thoroughly developed. I hope that you will see this as an opportunity to exhibit creativity and critical thinking. Your essay must support assertions with relevant examples from the texts. Summarizing the readings or relying on personal reaction will result in a lowered score or a grade of zero. Your essay should not offer plot summary but should instead present a debatable assertion that is situated in the introduction and supported throughout the essay. Failure to meet the minimum word count and/or incorporate the required number and type of sources will result in a significant grade reduction. Your work will be graded on the quality of your ideas as well as your writing. Criteria for grading include completeness, thoughtfulness, and development and support of a particular argument.
Works Cited entries do not count towards the minimum word count. Per the plagiarism policy, you must cite ideas that are not your own. Your essay must include proper MLA in-text citations, proper formatting, and a Works Cited page. Your work must be submitted to the proper Assignment folder by the respective deadline. Work must be submitted in .doc, .docx, or PDF format. Work submitted in alternate formats will be considered late (and lose one letter grade per 24-hour period) until resubmitted in the proper format.
The following deductions will apply to each essay:
1) Submitted in alternate file format= late until resubmitted as a .doc, .docx, or PDF file
2) Late= -10% of the grade PER DAY (24 hours)
3) Missing Works Cited= -5% of the grade
4) Missing textual support from the primary text= -15% of the grade
5) Missing textual support from the required secondary source= -5% of the grade
6) Short of the word requirement= loses points based on percentage short (ex: an essay of 500 words can receive up to 50% credit with 1,000 words required)
Prompts:
1) What does this text have to say about procreation, maternity, and/or motherhood? What role does motherhood, or lack thereof, play in this novel? What kind of a mother figure is Mama?
2) Discuss how the god-like forces of gender and race function in Shange’s work. In what ways does this text reinforce gender roles? How, overall, does this novel depict race and race relations?
3) What role does creative expression play in this novel? What specific benefits do music, dancing, and/or weaving provide? How, if at all, does creative expression afford healing?
4) In what ways is Indigo in a position of exile? What kind of a childhood does she have? Who serves as an “othermother,” or supplementary maternal influence, for her and what do they teach her?
5) What function do the recipes play in Shange’s text? How, textually, do they work? Why might Shange include them?
USE THIS BOOK: https://www.scribd.com/book/182539038/Sassafrass-Cypress-Indigo-A-Novel?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google_search&utm_campaign=3Q_Google_DSA_NB_All&utm_device=c&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-bv3–TA9AIV1BZ9Ch0-dAlwEAAYASAAEgJAWfD_BwE

Hi, my name is Johnny Zeaiter, I am an 18-year-old university student with a cul

Hi, my name is Johnny Zeaiter, I am an 18-year-old university student with a cultural background from Lebanon.
Respond with about 2 paragraphs for each question.
1. Think back to one of your first “intercultural interactions.” Describe and analyze the encounter you had with someone of a different age, ethnicity, race, religion, etc. What made it “intercultural?” How did you react to the encounter? Was it a positive or negative experience? What did you learn from the experience? Based on this experience, identify some characteristics that may be important for successful intercultural communication.
2. Think about a story you learned about the history of your primary culture. Maybe you learned it in elementary school. Maybe a parent or grandparent told it. Provide a brief overview of the story (or provide a link to it if you can find one or copy/paste it). Why is this story significant? Who are the characters? Is there a moral/lesson in the story? What common stereotypes are in the story? Are there heroes in the story? What kind of leaders are in the story? How does this story influence your perception of your culture?
3. Every year, dictionaries add new words to their publication. Do a google search for “new words added in 2020 or 2021. Any dictionary is fine. Feel free to use dictionaries from other cultures.) Look at the list. Copy and paste the top five words and definitions. Analyze them. How do they reflect the cultural values/activities? Are the words adopted from another culture? Do you use the word? Who might use the word?
4. Pick a cultural space (office, classroom, T stop, store, restaurant, religious institution, gym, etc). Take some time to observe the space. How do people interact in the space? Do they have eye contact with others? Do they talk to each other? Do they sit/stand/exercise next to each other? What kind of “unspoken” nonverbal rules seem to govern the space? What happens when someone violates one of these rules? How does an understanding of nonverbal behavior help you function in the space?

The subject of film is Can you analyze a particular film with a strong nighttime

The subject of film is Can you analyze a particular film with a strong nighttime theme – how does it reflect some course concepts?
Use a film “Taxi Driver” directed by Martin Scorsese to write this paper. My group theme is fear,so the theme of this paper is fear. This paper should including course materials. Also, Fear as a theme should connect to a topic. The topic are in Lesson 9 and Lesson 8. You can choose one of them. I am already send course materials with this order. You can choose one or two of them.

I’m researching the African country of Rwanda. Describe the geographical locatio

I’m researching the African country of Rwanda. Describe the geographical location of Rwanda and how the population has adapted to the surrounding geography. I also need you to describe the gender dimensions followed in Rwanda. Gender dimensions are the typical gender roles practiced by the men and women of Rwanda in their education systems, economics , and religious studies. Below I have added a few links that have information on the research topic: https://www.britannica.com/place/Rwanda
https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/rwanda/overview#1
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Rwanda

Focus on the African American experience and discuss how their life and experien

Focus on the African American experience and discuss how their life and experiences as a group or individual, has been affected by historical public attitudes and public policies in this country. What events or situations have impacted their attitudes and social/political behavior while AGING in this society. Address issues such as cognitive processing, psychosocial processes, health and illness attitudes (the “aging and diversity” book explains these processes very well.)
USE AT LEAST 12 QUOTES USING THE PROVIDED ARTICLES AND BOOKS.
DO NOT USE OUTSIDE REFERENCES.

The McDonald’s case is old, but many of the lessons are still relevant, especial

The McDonald’s case is old, but many of the lessons are still relevant, especially now in the time of COVID-19. What are the lessons about market entry? What did they do right? What should they do in the face of the currency/economic issues? How is McDonald’s doing in Russia today? What challenges do they face now? What are the relevant lessons for dealing with the COVID-19 crisis?

One page per topic: Topic 1: Consider a time when you, someone you know, or som

One page per topic:
Topic 1: Consider a time when you, someone you know, or someone with whom you have worked has felt discriminated against as a result of gender bias or sexual orientation. Were there other diverse issues present, such as religion or racial background that made the situation even more difficult, due to family traditions and culture or other related concerns? Describe a scenario, using appropriate citations, that demonstrates how a culturally sensitive human service worker would manage such a situation towards achieving a positive outcome in 250-300 words. Remember that discrimination and prejudice can have many looks and perspectives not just the obvious or publicized.
Topic 2: Watch the media segment on Teen girls open up about the ‘constant pressure’ of social media and read the article about Melanie Benn, Social Worker Earns more than Medals at Athens Paralympics. In a 250-300 word post, consider the following questions:
How does the focus on beauty and youth affect us as we age or if we are disabled?
How does it affect our ability to work with someone who does not share our perspective or condition relative to these terms?

The McDonald’s case is old, but many of the lessons are still relevant, especial

The McDonald’s case is old, but many of the lessons are still relevant, especially now in the time of COVID-19. What are the lessons about market entry? What did they do right? What should they do in the face of the currency/economic issues? How is McDonald’s doing in Russia today? What challenges do they face now? What are the relevant lessons for dealing with the COVID-19 crisis?