1: Throughout the article “The Blues Aren’t Black and White For Teens” the other represented is many teens are going through a phase called depression. They are considered the other because they are different from the rest of the society. Many of these teens are to scared or embarrassed to tell an adult or close friend about what is happening to them. As said in the article, "Young people do not seek help for depression with fear of negative attitudes in the wider community, especially from their peers," (State News Service). In this quote said by Dr Calear, it explains how many teens of today are not trying to get help and stop the problems in their path. In addition to that. Many people have belief in the fact that mental health problems are not to be caused by the weakness in character. In the article it stated, "Most young people do not believe that mental health problems arise from a 'weakness of character'," said Dr Calear. 2: The way that To Kill A Mockingbird and the article “The Blues Aren’t Black and White For Teens” relate is they both consist of mental health issues. Including Boo Radley, who rarely leaves his own house and mentally struggles throughout his life and is considered an other. In “The Blues Aren’t Black and White For Teens” it discusses how many teens are struggling through depression, a common mental health issue.
1: The narrator is considered the other in the poem because during the time period the poem sets place in blacks were discriminated. The man that she was excited to see was mad and upset at her so he decided to spit his tongue out at her. As said in the poem, “And so I smiled, but he poked out his tongue, and called me n****r” (Cullen lines 7-8) In the poem, the narrator is just trying to be friendly but the white man decided to go the other way and stick out his tongue and curse at her. Also, the young girl had been happy to see the man, but she didn’t know what the other man thought. In the poem, it expressed the young girls feelings of, “Heart-filled, head-filled with glee,” (Lines 2). The girl is filled with joy to see the man and sooner the tables turn and she is made fun of. 2: The way that this poem connects to To Kill A Mockingbird is that in the poem it consists of many racist problems. In the poem it talks about a white man taunting a young black girl. In To Kill A Mockingbird, a white woman named Miss Caroline explained how black people shouldn’t have the same rights as them and should not have the ability to marry whites.
1: The picture represents the other as the time period is the civil rights movement and it was a time of war and protest. The protesters were considered the other as they were discriminated against and hated. If you were to protest in a time period like this, you would face the consequences. People would use firefighters hoses on the protesters and let them feel the pain, specifically letting them know how much they are hated. As you can see it is along the street, where protesters would do their work. Additionally, the people in the community had so much hate for the other that they physically hurt them. 2: The way that this picture connects to To Kill A Mockingbird is that in both items people are being discriminated for race or beliefs. In To Kill A Mockingbird, Tom Robinson was unfairly judged in court because he was a black man in the civil rights period. As well as being sent to jail, he was shot 19 times and killed for trying to escape the jail. Tom was protesting the fact that he was put in a jail cell for not committing any crime. The people being hosed on streets were protesting against racial rights, and did face the consequences.
1: In the article Head-Spinning Months as 'Dreamers' Await Fate immigrants from Venezuela were considered the other and were always in mystery of their fate as some of them had no place to live and were left in President Trump's hands. They never had a home that they would always be at. They would move from place to place, without a clue of what is next. As said in the article “hundreds of thousands of young immigrants have spent all fall and winter watching President Trump and congressional leaders negotiate their fate” (The New York Times). Furthermore immigrants never could stay put for a significant amount of time. Many younger kids are brought to the United States when they are 3-6 years old. Throughout the text it said, " Born in Malawi to Indian parents and brought to the United States as a 5-year-old, Ms. Mamun's protected status expires in 2019."(The New York Times). Hafsa Mamun was brought to the USA at a young age and as a freshman, checks the negotiations about the immigration in the U.S. 2: The way that To Kill A Mocking Bird and Head-Spinning Months as 'Dreamers' Await Fate are similar is that as said in the article, President Trump negotiates what happens in the U.S and where the people will go and what they will do. In Maycomb County, Miss Maudie is considered one of the best public speakers in the town and persuades many of the citizens of what should happen and when it should happen.