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    The 2016 Democratic National Convention is the gathering at which delegates of the United States Democratic Party will choose their nominees for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2016 national election. It will be held July 25–28, 2016, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA, with some caucus meetings at the Pennsylvania Convention Center,[2] beginning exactly one week after the 2016 Republican National Convention.

    There are expected to be 4,769 delegates (worth 4,765 delegate votes) to the Democratic National Convention. A candidate needs a majority of delegate votes to win the presidential nomination, which in this case is a minimum of 2,383 votes

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    The evening sessions, held at the Wells Fargo Center, will feature a mixture of speeches, entertainment performances and party business, like ratifying the latest Democratic platform. Of course, the delegates also will formally nominate Hillary Clinton as the party's presidential candidate. Clinton will give her acceptance speech on Thursday night.

    The Wells Fargo Center events are limited to delegates, party officials and credentialed media. But the DNC is arranging public watch parties at the convention center and elsewhere in Center City. Here's what to expect on each of the four nights.

    • Monday: First Lady Michelle Obama, Sen. Bernie Sanders and DREAMer Astrid Silva will address the future for American families and the importance of an economy that benefits everyone.

    • Tuesday: Former President Bill Clinton will be joined by Mothers of the Movement, a group of black women whose children have been killed by the police or by gun violence. The mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Eric Garner, among others, will be on stage.

    • Wednesday: President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will address the stakes of the 2016 election and highlight the experience Hillary Clinton provides.

    • Thursday: Hillary Clinton will accept the party's nomination and present her vision for the United States. Her daughter, Chelsea, will introduce her.

    Throughout the week, various other speakers also will take the podium, including Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Harry Reid, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Among the notable Philly-related speakers: Mayor Jim Kenney, Gov. Tom Wolf, former Gov. Ed Rendell, Sen. Bob Casey, U.S. Rep. Bob Brady and U.S. Rep Brendan Boyle.

    The Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia starts today, and it will mark the beginning of Hillary Clinton‘s official nomination as a 2016 candidate for President of the United States.

    The convention is off to a rough start due to a Wikileaks email scandal that has rocked the party’s national committee. As such, it is likely that today’s events will be devoted to healing fractures within the party, and encouraging unity in the face of the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

    The day will begin at the Pennsylvania Convention Center with the theme of “United Together.” The goal is to show how the Democratic Party is the strongest political movement for unifying America’s social groups in the pursuit of economic prosperity. You can see an abbreviated list of the day’s keynote speakers below, with a complete list available here.

    Pam Livengood – Clinton panelist on substance abuse

    Francisca & Karla Ortiz – Undocumented immigrant mother and her daughter, an American citizen

    Anastasia Somoza – Advocate for developmentally disabled Americans.

    Astrid Silva – DREAMer

    Cory Booker – Senator of New Jersey

    Elizabeth Warren – Senator of Massachusetts

    Bernie Sanders – Senator of Vermont, former competitor for the Democratic Nomination

    Michelle Obama – First Lady of the United States.

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    After tens of thousands waited for hours in the blazing sun Saturday to hear Michelle Obama’s commencement address to Jackson State University graduates, the temperature nudged even higher inside the Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium as the first lady touched on the state’s historic past and denounced its recently enacted “Religious Freedom” law.

    She acknowledged the state’s “incredible hospitality” then delivered a rousing speech that sounded more like a sermon that combined heat and thunder. Despite having just arrived from London to celebrate the queen’s 90th birthday, she said, “I wouldn’t be anywhere else but here. I may be a little jetlagged, but I’m here, right now, to celebrate all of you.”

    Reflecting on its humble beginnings as a Baptist seminary with just 20 students, she described today’s JSU as a “distinguished university – one of the largest, most vibrant HBCUs in the country.”
    JSU President Carolyn W. Meyers called the occasion a special moment for graduates, the Jackson State community and Mississippi because “it’s the first time a sitting first lady of the United States of America has graced us with her presence.”

    Meyers said, “I am especially honored to be in the company of this community that understands the promise of learning and that walk the walk and not just talk the talk.” Furthermore, she said, “Together when we get this business of education right the state, the nation and the whole world benefit.”

    Before Obama delivered her address, Meyers conferred to Obama the university’s highest academic honor – the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters – for leadership, service, achievement and inspiration.

    In her speech, Obama recapped the state’s well-documented history and retraced its actions about three weeks ago when it passed controversial legislation that opponents say legalizes discrimination against many individuals.

    She said, “We’ve got to stand side by side with all our neighbors – straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender; Muslims, Jews, Christians, Hindu immigrants, Native Americans. The march to civil rights isn’t just about African-Americans, it’s about all Americans.”

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    Monday’s theme: United Together
    Gavel time expected at 4:30 pm Eastern
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    The roll call vote to officially nominate Hillary Clinton begins Tuesday. Headlining speakers: former President Bill Clinton and Mothers of the Movement, including Eric Garner’s mother Gwen Carr, Trayvon Martin’s mother Sybrina Fulton, Dontré Hamilton’s mother Maria Hamilton, Jordan Davis’s mother Lucia McBath, Michael Brown’s mother Lesley McSpadden, Hadiya Pendleton’s mother Cleopatra. Pendleton-Cowley, and Sandra Bland’s mother Geneva Reed-Veal
    Wednesday’s theme: Working Together
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    Thursday’s theme: Stronger Together
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    Philadelphia for the DNC to ring in Clinton’s nomination, along with that of her vice presidential pick, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine. The biggest names in Washington, including President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and Vice President Joe Biden will all be in attendance and speaking, along with some celebrities, including Katy Perry and Lena Dunham. How to watch the Democratic convention 2016: DNC live stream. Live: Democratic National Convention. Michelle Obama at DNC full Speech. July 25, 2016. Democratic National Convention. Watch Michelle Obama's Powerful Speech at DNC. Michelle Obama to DNC: We must elect Hillary Clinton in November. Michelle Obama Delivers Powerful Speech At DNC. Michelle Obama Addresses DNC.

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    Hillary Clinton has served as Secretary of State, Senator from New York, First Lady of the United States, First Lady of Arkansas, a practicing lawyer and law professor, activist, and volunteer, but the first things her friends and family will tell you is that she’s never forgotten where she came from or who she’s been fighting for throughout her life. Hillary was raised in a suburb of Illinois where she attended public school and was raised a Methodist by her parents. She attended Wellesley College, and went on to study law at Yale. After attending Yale Law School, she went to work for the Children’s Defense Fund, going door to door in New Bedford, Massachusetts. After serving as a lawyer for the Congressional Committee investigating President Nixon, she moved to Arkansas where she taught law and ran legal clinics representing poor people. She co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, one of the state’s first child advocacy groups. As First Lady under President Bill Clinton, Hillary tenaciously led the fight to reform our health care system so that all our families have access to the care they need at affordable prices. Hillary led the U.S. delegation to Beijing to attend the UN Fourth World Conference on Women and gave a groundbreaking speech, declaring that “human rights are women's rights and women's rights are human rights once and for all”—inspiring women worldwide and helping to galvanize a global movement for women’s rights and opportunities. Hillary was then elected to the U.S. Senate, becoming the first woman senator from New York. She repeatedly worked across the aisle to get things done, including working alongside Republicans after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. When Congress wouldn't do enough for rural areas and small towns, Hillary didn’t back down. She launched innovative partnerships with the tech industry and provided support to local colleges and small businesses. When President Obama asked Hillary to serve as his secretary of state, she answered the call to public service once again. She was a forceful champion for human rights, internet freedom, and rights and opportunities for women and girls, LGBT people and young people all around the globe. Now she’s running for President because everyday Americans need a champion and she wants to be that champion.

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    Michelle Obama offered a scathing, barely veiled critique of Donald Trump on Friday as she delivered her final commencement address as first lady, warning graduates of City College in New York that while their diverse backgrounds are to be celebrated, they should beware of those who build up walls to keep people out. They seem to view our diversity as a threat to be contained rather than as a resource to be tapped, Obama said. They tell us to be afraid of those who are different, to be suspicious of those with whom we disagree. They act as if name-calling is an acceptable substitute for thoughtful debate. As if anger and intolerance should be our default state rather than optimism and openness that have always been the engine of our progress. Invoking her travels as first lady, Obama remarked that she has visited dozens of countries over the last seven years. And I have seen what happens when ideas like these take hold. I have seen how leaders rule by intimidation, leaders who demonize and dehumanize entire groups of people often do so because they have nothing else to offer. And I have seen how places that stifle the voices and dismiss the potential of their citizens are diminished, how they are less vital, less hopeful, less free. Graduates, that is not who we are. That is not what this country stands for, Obama continued, before alluding to Trump's Make America Great Again slogan. No, no, here in America, we don’t let our differences tear us apart. Not here. Because we know that our greatness comes from when we appreciate each other’s strengths, when we learn from each other, when we lean on each other, because in this country, it’s never been each person for themselves, no we’re all in this together. We always have been.

    In another allusion to Trump's call to build a wall on the border with Mexico, Obama remarked, here in America, we don’t give in to our fears, we don’t build up walls to keep people out, because we know that our greatness has always depending on contributions from people who were born elsewhere but sought out this country and made it their home.”

    The first lady then ticked through a list of cultural and historical landmarks created by people who were not born in the United States, including Google, eBay, the artificial heart, the telephone, blue jeans, Russian-born Irving Berlin's God Bless America, the Brooklyn Bridge and the White House.

    The greatness of the United States, she mused, has never come from folks who climbed the ladder of success or who happened to be born near the top and then pulled the ladder up after themselves.

    No, uh-uh, she continued, to applause. Our greatness has always come from people who expect nothing and take nothing for granted, folks who work hard for what they have and then reach back and help others after them. That is your story, graduates, and that is the story of your families. And it’s the story of my family, too.”

    The story of the U.S., the first lady continued, is one of the son of Polish immigrants named Jonas Salk who toiled for years in a lab until he discovered a vaccine that saved countless lives. It’s the story of the son of Jamaican immigrants named Colin Powell who became a four-star general, secretary of state, and a role model for young people across the country.

    And graduates, it’s the story that I witness every single day when I wake up in a house that was built by slaves, and I watch my daughters, two beautiful black young women head off to school waving goodbye to their father, the president of the United States, the son of a man from Kenya who came here to America for the same reasons as many of you: to get an education and improve his prospects in life, she remarked.

    While the United States' founders never could have imagined this day, Obama said, all of you are very much the fruits of their vision.
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    In Jane Eyre education is used as a tool to indoctrinate girls in society. Jane’s Aunt Reid encourages her to leave for Lowood Institution to restrain her behavior after she hits John Reed. In contrast, In Lady Chatterley, Connie’s father encouraged her and her sister to study in Europe and make a life for themselves. Throughout novel, her father continuously encourages her to make decisions for herself and fulfill her own interests. These two novels portray the divergence between women education from the Victorian to the Modern era.
    In Jane Eyre, Jane’s first outburst causes her Aunt to think she is out of control. While Jane wants to go to school to read and learn, her Aunt believes schooling and education is to tame her behavior. The Lowood Institution uses education as a tool to teach girls to be subservient to men through sewing classes and teaching girls to be obedient to their teachers. One instance of this at Lowood is when Mr. Brocklehurst demands that Jane stands on a stool all day for trying to protect her friend and confidant, Helen Burns.
    Another example of women’s unimportance and unrecognized contribution to society is the punishment of Ms. Temple and her yearning to help Jane and Helen throughout their time at Lowood. Furthermore, when Jane later becomes a governess for the Rochester family, this event shows the cycle of women’s oppression in the Victorian era. Jane became a governess using her education as an effort to support herself and earn her own money, but readers learn that the marriage of Jane and Mr. Rochester further shows the inescapable cycle of being controlled by men. Moreover, education still was not a tool that Jane could use to discharge the subservient role.
    On the contrary, post World War I era, women had found larger roles in labor because of their participation in the war effort including nursing and working in factories. Through working typical male jobs, women were able to give themselves a new identity and being seen as more capable than before. In Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Connie and her sister, Hilda are encouraged by their father, Malcolm Reid, to study in Europe for their own good. Throughout the novel, her father is encouraging Connie to leave her husband Clifford and find her own fulfillment. This displays a new era of thought. Prior to this time period, people were under the impression that women must be married in order to have support. Connie uses her education as a tool to analyze people such as Michaelis’s vain personality and appreciate intellectual conversation with Tommy Dukes and Charles May. Education in the modern era was a use for women to gain empowerment and Connie herself used her education to learn about others and eventually tries to leave her husband Clifford.


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    Lawrence, D.H., Lady Chatterley’s Lover. New York: Twayne, 1993. Print.


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