Immigration World Poverty and Gumballs Discussion and Responses: Social Science Answers 2021

Immigration World Poverty and Gumballs Discussion and Responses: Social Science Answers 2021

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Student A post
I decided to watch Immigration, World Poverty, and Gumballs by Roy Beck because I
remember seeing this video many years ago. I was astonished then, and astonished
now after watching it again. The gumballs are a great representation of the scope of
how world poverty is such a huge issue but is often overlooked. It is unfortunate that
the US entices those who are more educated to immigrate. Think of it as talent
harvesting for the best interest of the US. Beck?s point of view was not of a biased one,
but more of a purely informational one because he explains how immigration to ?rich?
countries is not the answer to world poverty. Even though our Statue of Liberty
represents ?Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe
free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempesttost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!? it does not however say represent that
the US is the solvent for all problems (U.S. Department of the Interior, 2020).
I 100% agree with Beck?s statement that the US immigration of 1 million immigrants a
year (on average) will not even put a dent in world poverty. Unfortunately, the US
cannot solve world poverty on its own. Very overpopulated areas like India and other
Asian countries suffer because there are too many people and not enough jobs, and the
jobs that are available, don?t pay anything near livable income. Could it be the currency
of the country being far less value than that of the richer countries? If we haven?t
figured it out by now, we probably will not for quite some time.
U.S. Department of the Interior. (2020). The New Colossus. Retrieved
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Student B post
Good Day Class,
I decided to watch ?Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs? with Roy Beck. The title
sounded familiar so I chose it for that very reason and now I specifically remember
seeing this once or twice as a kid in school. The sheer number of individuals living in
world poverty and making less than $2/day is absolutely mind-blowing to see. I had
completely forgotten how many there were until actually seeing this video again. Mr.
Beck, in my opinion, is not speaking from a biased perspective but more of a neutral
more informative side. He does not condemn the U.S. allowing in 1 million immigrants
per year but he explains why that is clearly not going to solve the issue at hand. Mr.
Beck argues that helping those in poverty around the world must be done in their own
countries as they will never even be able to afford to move to a first world country like
the United States or somewhere in Europe because they are too far out of their scope.
Due to this, Mr. Beck explains that these individuals can only truly be helped in their
own countries.
I agree with Mr. Beck that we cannot solve world poverty by increasing the number of
immigrants we allow into the United States. That will only destroy our own economy in
the process of helping others and we certainly cannot help the entire world. It is not our
job to fix the world?s issues. We help because we can and want to, but the issue is the
United States has been helping the world for so long now people seem to think it is
strictly our job to fix their issues and it?s not. I definitely think there should be no moral or
ethical obligations to help anyone, it should always be a choice. Helping those in
poverty outside of the United States needs to be done on their own turf. We cannot
bring people in poverty into the U.S. and truly help them since we cannot even help our
own citizens living in poverty across the country.

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