Lubna Mojumder Media Share 5

For this media share, I pick this photograph that identifies with serpell’s content. This photograph is like content since the two of them shows bigotry and police fierceness. As should be obvious the cops stopped an individual of color’s neck. Who allowed to cops to do this? It is illegal. In the event that somebody perpetrated wrongdoing or accomplished something incorrectly, at that point they can capture him or put him in prison as opposed to beating or stooped on his neck. This is the reason individuals challenge police mercilessness and racial injustices.In the content, the cop did same with the person of color. He bowed on her neck with no explanation. She even didn’t do anything incorrectly yet she experienced that circumstance. Why she endured in light of the fact that she was dark? This shows how police being bigot.

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Mehreen Khanom Media Share 2

After reading Chu’s story, this picture reminded me of her situation. I feel like this picture represents Chu because she was struggling to adjust after her surgery. She thought the surgery would fix everything but it didn’t. The rocks in this picture represent the struggles she faced. This picture gives me a disappointed and unhappy vibe. After she became a woman, she physically changed but not mentally. She was still sad. Even though her friends were there to support her she still felt empty.

Zoom Summary

Josh Perez

ENG 1101

August 28th, 2020


I wanted to start off my summary of the zoom call by apologizing for not showing up to the first zoom call. On CUNY first, I didn’t show what day our class started, and at the time of sending the email when the class would start, I was at work. However, moving forward I am ready to work and learn. But on to the summary of the zoom call in the zoom call, you introduced yourself inside of a car which ironically where I’m writing this and you broke down what the class would be like and answered basic first-day questions such as if you were flexible with your late assignments. Another important question asked was your zoom hours/ office hours. Finally, towards the end of the class, you started to read a really good piece on someone who had first listened to someone using the  N-word for the first time as a class then proceeded to break down the text even further. the text is “A Word’s Meaning Can Often Depend on Who Says It” by Gloria Naylor after the zoom call I felt a lot more comfortable with the idea of starting new in college