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El poeta; Octavio Paz
Octavio Paz nació en 31st de marzo 1914. Octavio y el familia vivieron con su abuelo. Octavio llegó de un muy educado familia, su Padre era un abogado y su abuelo era un bibliotecario. Octavio empezó leyendo los libros en su abuelos biblioteca cuándo él está joven. Octavio asistió a Roman Catholic escuela y luego el universidad de México a estará un abogado, él luego decidió él queró como debiera ser un poeta. Su abuelos casa quemó bajarse inesperadamente, partiendo su familia con no un casa. Su Padre luchar contra en el mexican revolución y Octavio siguiendo en su Padres pisadas intentó a unirse al ejército. Octavio ganó el premio Nobel de literatura en 1990. Su moró 19th de abril 1998.
Un principal tema es su atrás mismo es recuperándose con le. Un hombre, su vieja mismo
es siguiendo su. Su está caminando hacia su futuro. Que no quiere ver a su pasado. Su pasado , no ve su futuro. Él está en el camino de la vida duradera. Él que no sabe a dónde va, pero sabe donde quiere estar. Él solo quiere llegar a su destino.
Es una calle larga y silenciosa.
Ando en tinieblas y tropiezo y caigo
y me levanto y piso con pies ciegos
las piedras mudas y las hojas secas
y alguien detrás de mí también las pisa:
si me detengo, se detiene;
si corro, corre. Vuelvo el rostro: nadie.
Todo está oscuro y sin salida,
y doy vueltas y vueltas en esquinas
que dan siempre a la calle
donde nadie me espera ni me sigue,
donde yo sigo a un hombre que tropieza
y se levanta y dice al verme: nadie
Yo nacé en 30th de agosto 1999. Yo vivo con mi Madre,Padre, y Hermana. Mi familia soportanes mí en todo yo haco. Desde yo nací, yo interesa en las artes y las ciencias. Madurar yo canté, agarré interpretación clases y representé en escuela obras. Uno de mi orgullosa logros es ganando primer lugar en la secundaria feria de ciencias. En el futuro yo estoy preparando a un organizador de eventos.
Alcanzar y Parar
Escrito de Zoe Staack
Yo estoy corriendo de mí misma
voy a seguir corriendo
Yo no quiero parar
Yo estoy persiguiendo mi futuro misma
Quién yo quiero ser
Yo intento a parar mi vieja misma
Yo estoy siempre en medio de mismas
Nosotros todos intentamos a alcanzar
Nosotros todos no alcanzamos
Yo quiero encontrar mi misma
Oral History: Jan Clark ( Zoe Staack )
In this interview Jan Clark talks about her views and opinions on racism during the civil rights movement. She shares with us her experience in Philadelphia at this time. She tells me of her disgust with George Wallace and his state troopers in front of the school.
On June 11th 1963 George Wallace the governor of Alabama stood in front of the University of Alabama preventing two African Americans from attending the school. Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach told George to step away, but George determined to keep his promise of "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" did not step away. Nicholas Katzenbach called the president (JFK) to the issue, and told George by order of the president he must step away allowing the two African Americans to enroll.
Zoe: Hello my name is zoe Staack and I will be interviewing my grandmother Jan Clark. First question what was your family's opinion on race during this time?
Jan: uh my family's opinion on race, uh was that we are all equals. um there was never any talk of prejudice or bias against any, any race.
Zoe: Ok did you have the same opinion as your family?
Jan: Perhaps even more so.
Zoe: Um, Moving on what was your most memorable thing you saw during this time?
Jan: ah it would have been what I saw on television because I lived in philadelphia and I was accustomed to full integration of schools and every other place and I was appalled seeing what conditions were like in the segregated south.
Zoe: During the civil rights movement did you go to the south at any point?
Jan: No I didnt
Zoe: What did you participate in any programs of events that were against race?
Jan: That were against…
Jan: Against racism um no I was in High school in the early days of civil rights I was in nursing school um as it got into the hight of it and that meant that I was in school or working as a student nurse most of the time. I do remember um at children's hospital when I was assigned there as a student and it was at 18th and bainbridge philadelphia it was an African American neighborhood and I remember being up on the roof and playing songs, protest songs that I had learned on my guitar and we were all singing and the neighbors were clapping.
Zoe: Um do you remember the name of any of the songs?
Jan: Well of course “we shall overcome” and “back of the bus” and songs like that.
Zoe: What was um your worst, the worst thing what was the thing that happened in the south that impacted you the most?
Jan: I think it was George Wallace in Alabama, the govern then of Alabama um after the civil rights law had pasted standing in the door with his state troopers and preventing African American Students from coming into the High School and rolling in the High School and then again at the university of Alabama and the president had to call up the National guard.
Zoe: ok, ok well that concludes the interview, thank you.
Humans of SLA Beeber:Daina
Daina:"One time she said something really mean to a boy in 6th grade and it haunts me to this day."
Q: If you could snap your fingers and make one thing better in the world, what would it be? Why?
Daina:"I would take away crime and violence because so many innocent people die and get hurt for no reason."
Humans of SLA Beeber: Ms. Moran
What is the story behind your name?
Um, well my name means honey bee but that doesn't really mean anything to me. um my name doesn't really mean anything to me its kind of interesting I never really got called by my actual name um I have a family name that my friends kind of took on and I have nicknames and then as a teacher working in this field no one calls you by your first name your always called by your last name so my first has kind of became something like a second thought um I think more so like my family name my given name is Melissa but they call me melly and I've been called that my whole life and to me is who I am melly for sure if you know that name and you call me that name its like you've known me forever so it kind of synonymous with where I came from and who I am
-How would you like to be remembered?
like as a teacher or like as in a human been
-like as a human
I think that I would like to someone who had kind of an impact on this generation however that may be.
For more of the interveiw hear the audio below.
Infograph on cats
I picked to light up a stuffed animal because I’ve had mine before I was born. Its a small little polar bear, who is gray now. My bears name is pobo cause I couldn't say polar bear when I was little. I took my bear everywhere I went. My bear was my best friend. Pobo kept me safe and made my feel free to be myself. My stuffed animal is a huge part of who I am today. Thats way I picked to do this for my project.