1.The reality show follows the lives of Bruce and Kris Jenner’s combined family; most of the episodes focus on the three oldest daughters: Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian.
2. Bruce Jenner was famous for breaking the world record and winning a gold medal in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics; his sons from a previous marriage- Brandon and Brody- have also appeared on their own reality shows.
3. The Kardashians’ father-the late attorney Robert Kardashian- was famous for representing O.J. Simpson, and his daughters gained recognition as American socialites.
4. Kim came into national spotlight in 2007 after a sex-tape scandal and resulting Playboy appearance, sothe Kardashian fame grew into profitable reality series.
5. The show depicts the daily routine of the Kardashians; the spin-off shows feature Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe’s attempts to build their line of fashion boutiques.
In most black communities with families with 1-4 kids or single parents: the mother usually deals with their child asking for something will in the store or misbehaving(we call them bay bay kids) in the store -which can be embarrassing for the parent. So often we will get a briefing before we get in the store about “acting a fool” in the store. The comedian Lavell Crawford depict this joke very well and speaks a bit on the disciplining of kids in our families usually.
From the reading Amber Floyd’s,” A ‘Dream’ Deferred:An Exploration of the Scarlet Title ‘Undocumented'” I believe that our colleges and universities should decide to make education more affordable for all students. For instance, Floyd(2015) mentions how, “if the act is passed, institutions would then be forced to adjust in a way that benefits the students and provides them with the best way to learn regardless of their socio-economic background”(p.185). This is so important because if students have easier access to higher education due to colleges changing their tuition costs to benefit the student, then there worries of how to pay for college would no longer be a problem, and students will be more focused on enjoying learning to specialize in their respective major.
Floyd, A. (2015). A “dream” deferred: An exploration of the scarlet title “undocumented”. In D. Holler (Ed.), Writing for a Real World: A multidisciplinary anthology by USF students (pp. 180- 191). San Francisco, CA: University of San Francisco.