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Example of Conclusion

The below is an example of a thesis conclusion.

Because Gracie Mae lives in a society dominated by white supremacist capitalist patriarchs, she does not receive the financial or social recognition her work merits. Instead, it is Traynor who reaps these rewards for a song that neither he or his audience understand. This disparity reflects the way that capitalism perpetuates racial appropriation and maintains the subordination of racial groups. While written as a fictional piece, Walker shows us that racism, oppression, and theft are as much alive in "1955" as they were 1492 and continue to be in 1997.

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Learning Skills Department
Located on the second floor of the Life Sciences Building

English: LS 201
Math: LS 205
Testing: LS 206

Math Lab: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2775
Language Arts: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2776

 Advisory for Online Enrollment:

Early Online Enrollment in a Learning Skills Department class only "Reserves" a spot in one of our classes. To complete their enrollment, students must come to the Learning Skills Department, take any necessary diagnostic or placement tests, and receive necessary information about class assignments and textbooks.

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Located in Life Sciences, LS 107
Monday - Friday
Please see hours for specific staff member under Faculty & Staff

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Los Angeles City College | 855 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles California 90029

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Phone: 323.953.4000

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Emergency: 323.953.2911