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journal 4

Since we arrived at Washington, D.C. on August 15th, we walked in the city a lot. We went to see a lot of monuments in Washington, D.C. on 16th. And I was so excited to see them because I’ve never … Continue reading

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From 16th to 19th on August, I was in Washington D.C. I took the lecture of introduction of Washington D.C. and African American Self-Determination, Identity, and Education in Washington D.C. In the introduction of Washington, I learned about Mall, Smithsonian … Continue reading

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Journal 4

I would like to compare Washington D.C. with Tokyo from three viewpoints: law, politics and society. First, I would like to compare the two capitals, Washington and Tokyo, from legal viewpoints. I learned from Barry’s presentation that Washington D.C. was … Continue reading

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Journal 4

I was surprised about low buildings in Washington DC. Washington DC regulate height of buildings. I think it is because of regulation for security. Because if someone are in high buildings, they can aim someone from far away. In addition, … Continue reading

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During the last 4 days of this program, we stayed in Washington D.C, and explored it. I felt 4 that days were too short to know about Washington D.C. well. Since I didn’t have chances to learn it, the lecture … Continue reading

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 On August 15, we left Williamsburg, and we arrived Washington D.C.. These two cities were quite different. Williamsburg was a city which had a lot of nature. There were many kinds of animals, such as turtles, birds, squirrels. Especially, animals … Continue reading

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Journal 3

I learned from Mr. James Padilioni’s lecture that everyone might discriminate minority. I was surprised that there is also anti-blackness in Japanese culture, though Japanese American also suffered from discrimination. Racial or ethnic groups which were discriminated for a long … Continue reading

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  In framework on August 10, we learned about American pop culture. After the lecture, we discussed it in dialogue class. Then, Mr. Nabeel taught us that there are five conditions to make something popular in America. First, it is … Continue reading

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Journal 3

The other day I attended the lecture about race in the United States. I learned that racism is very important keyword in American history. In the United States, there have been white supremacy and antiblackness that are based on the … Continue reading

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Through making presentation for August 15, I noticed a difference between Japanese students and those of US. When we made a presentation in Japan, most of us were just comparing the fact about the topic between Japan and the US. … Continue reading

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