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In Richard Rodriguezs book Hunger of Memory he implied that it is necessary to break ties with ones home culture and language to achieve academic success I strongly disagree with that idea I believe ones home culture and language make up who you are and doesnt hinder your academic success at allIf you dont pull up your grades you are never going to touch a basketball again is one of my moms favorite line to say to me My mother is like every other mom out there she gets mad when I get bad grade and happy when I get good grades My mother does that so that in the future I would get a good job and live on my own Although I would disagree with some of the methods that my mom would use to threaten me with I know that what she is doing is helping me My family consists of me my mother my father and my younger brother Each one of them have impacted in a different way to my education My father pays the bill for me to live in America and go to one of the best schools in America My mother would always be behind me on school work questioning every time I see her if I had a test sometime this week or not My brother indirectly taught how to not be distracted by distractions Everyone in my family changed me and helped me to achieve what I consider academic success which is to learn and change from your past mistakes Without them I could say that my life would definitely different from the one I have now in a bad way A question that I think Rodriguez failed to consider is what if everyone followed his idea What culture would be left What would make me different from another person somewhere else in the world What would make an American different from a Chinese Everyone
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