• The Gold Cadillac Family Mississippi Police
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    Title: The Gold Cadillac Author: Mildred D. Taylor Publisher and Publication Date: The Penguin Group, 1998 First published in the United States of America by Dial Books for Young Readers, 1987 Setting: The story took place in the City of Toledo Ohio at the family's home and in the route to the rural South, Mississippi. Main Characters: Lois, Wilma, Mom, Dad Plot Summary: This story is about a family who got a new car, a Cadillac. They decided to take a trip in the new car. They were riding from ...
  • Women In Society Life Men Person
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    Through out history, society has stereotyped women, making it merely impossible for women to achieve her goals and desires in life. In life and in this county women have always been treated as second best by biased men. Women have always been treated like they are never good enough for careers outside of the home. The sex of a person should not determine what type of duties or what kind of job a person will have. It should be up to a person's own will not the decisions of society. It was believ...
  • Fergie Jenkins Justice Crime Fairly
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    FERGIE JENKINS: WHAT IS JUSTICE "Justice: Fairness. A state of affairs in which conduct or action is both fair and right, given the circumstances. In law, it more specifically refers to the paramount obligation to ensure that all persons are treated fairly." -World Wide Legal Information Association (web) To do justice: to ensure that all persons are treated fairly. Fergie Jenkins was not treated fairly. He was let off, even though he committed a crime and admitted his guilt. As you will see her...
  • Images Of Aboriginal People
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    Aboriginals have a tough go in Australia since the settlement of white people. The way they are treated is not always fair, and the way they were treated in the past was a disgrace to the white Australian. This history has shaped the way we see the aboriginals today. There are 3 images I think of when I think of aboriginals. I think of the aboriginal out in the bush, with hardly anything on, painted in his traditional markings, tracking a kangaroo. I also think of the city aboriginal, the ones ...
  • Women Couldn Rights Treated
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    In every area of the world, women have always had a role to fill. It has varied through the years as cultures have changed, but they are always included in some way. Ancient China was no different. Women were thought of as unimportant, yet the Chinese couldn't have prospered without them. Women should be given the same respect that is given a man. Ancient China was filled with superstition and undirected beliefs. It is as a result of this that women were treated poorly and unfairly. Women had v...
  • Damage Skin Repair Cells
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    Soon genetic engineering may be able to reduce sunburn. A study in Nature. com says a chemical that is involved in immune system signaling might reverse some types of skin damage caused by sunlight. The chemical could reduce sunburn by activating DNA-repair mechanisms, which means it may even possibly prevent and treat skin cancer. Skin cancer is caused when ultra-violet energy damages the DNA inside cells. Skin cancer is most common to people of Western European descent, with over one million ...
  • Yellow Wallpaper Depression Narrator Woman
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    By: Anonymous Quiz #1 Resubmission Exercise (The Yellow Wallpaper) "The Yellow Wallpaper" is a story of a woman and her struggle with her psychological problems, and her quest to regain her sanity. In "The Yellow Wallpaper", the narrator instructed to refrain from any intellectual activity and to engage in total bed rest in order to cure her depression. From the beginning of the story, the narrator doubts the proposed cure for her depression, , but she reluctantly follows the prescription for cu...
  • An Analysis Of Abraham Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation And Marti
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    Lincoln's "Emancipation Proclamation" and King's "I Have a Dream" speech have many similarities and differences between them. The "Emancipation Proclamation" was written in 1862 and given on January 1, 1863. This famous document freed the all African-Americans from slavery. The "I Have a Dream" speech written and given in 1963 dealt with equality and the way people were treated. Both speeches were similar in that they were both positive speeches. They both tried to be uplifting and pushed for n...
  • Blacks Treated As Lower Class Citizens
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    Blacks Treated as Lower Class Citizens The black community in the United States of America has always been the target of prejudice from the whites. The Constitution of America states all men should have equal rights, but instead of following the constitution whites have treated the blacks as lower- class citizen. An example that the black community has been treated as a lower class citizen they were being persecuted for trying to get an education. The next example that the black community was be...
  • The Doctor Patients Patient Doctors
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    The Doctor Here is a film that portrays what happens to one member of the medical community when he faces problems normally confronted by patients. The doctor is a cool, self-centered surgeon who is in total control of his successful life until he is diagnosed as having cancer of the throat. Then he finds himself subject to the negligence, indifference, and humiliations which he has put his own patients through. Over the course of the movie, code of ethics and patient rights are violated time an...
  • Violation Of Human Rights Vs The Book Night
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    Throughout history we have studied and learned about different people and places that have gone through serious hardships. Some people wrote books about their terrible experience. However, others we have just read about in newspaper articles, seen in movies or even studied in a school textbooks. The book Night is about a Hungarian Jewish teenager who is captured by the Nazi's along with his father and many other Jews. They are being tortured in many ways such as being beaten, stripped, shaved, s...
  • Minorities And Policing Police Issues Treated
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    Minorities and Policing 1 Minorities and Policing: Unfairly Treated Dorothy J. Fells Criminal Justice 131 C. Thompson December 6, 2001 Minorities and Policing 2 Minorities and Policing: Unfairly Treated If we look at the past, we can see that there is no warm tradition of community cooperation between the African-American community and law enforcement. Minorities and Policing is an important topic because it deals with issues pertaining to how minorities are treated by the police. Racial profili...
  • Roger Maris Home Run
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    When some people think of prejudice or error in judgment, they think of Martin Luther King Jr. , Malcolm X, or maybe even Rodney King. When I think of prejudice, the only name that comes to my mind is Roger Maris. The way Maris was treated in New York was ridiculous. He was treated badly because he was not a big city guy. Maris was born in Minnesota in 1934, but raised in North Dakota. Needless to say, he was not the type of guy Yankee fans were used to. Yankee fans were always very hateful to ...
  • Voluntary White America Italians Freedom
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    Jews came for religious freedom Italians and Asians came for Work Russians came to escape persecution America had jobs America had religious freedom America was hyped up in many countries as "Land of Opportunity" Italians Voluntary White Catholics and Roman Catholics Russian Jews Voluntary White Jewish Greeks Voluntary White Eastern Orthodox the and the and if it is not a real essay because it is not what i want to be doing. i have to have enough Slavs Voluntary White Christian Eastern European ...
  • Women In Europe Class Middle Treated
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    From 1000 to 1750, European women were treated as a second class and were always unequal to men. Women had responsibilities but no rights. The social standing of a woman also influenced the way she was treated. Women were involved in the community socially, politically, and economically to some extent, by 1750. Since the year 1000, women have become more important and recognized, but still both genders are not treated as complete equals even to this day. In medieval times, from the fall of the ...
  • American History Equal Men Declaration
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    "all men are created equal" What did Jefferson really mean by this because everyone did not get treated equal The line "all men are created equal" is perhaps the most famous line in American history, from one of the most famous documents that made it possible for American history, from The Declaration of Independence. Today the line refers to anyone in America, including African Americans, Native Americans, and women. Two- hundred years ago, when the Declaration was written, the only pe...
  • Amistad In Comparison To The Life Of Olaudah Equiano
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    The movie Amistad, and the excerpt from "The Life of Olaudah Equiano" both deal with experiences of important historical background. Both pieces take the audience through a period in history where slavery was not only accepted, but it was a prominent part of everyday life. In each story, the slaves were treated in such similar, inhumane ways that it is clear that the message the author is trying to get across is that slavery was wrong back then, it is wrong now, and it always will be wrong. The ...
  • Going Home Treated Happiness Aborigines
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    TOPIC: The stories in "Going Home" are painful because there is only despair and no chance of real happiness." Discuss. I agree that in "Going Home" the stories are painful because they are full of despair. Because the aborigines are not treated with respect or equality and do not get the same opportunities that white people get. But I think there is still a chance of happiness for the Nyoongahs. Throughout "Going Home", the white people treat the aboriginals with disrespect. I agree that the s...
  • Placebo Or Deceive Active Drug
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    Abstract While some can see the use of placebos as unethical and pointless, much research has been conducted to prove otherwise. Research teams have discovered the positive effects that placebos can have in treating people with depression. Results have concluded that suicide rates and reduction in symptoms of depression are much the same for patients treated with either placebos or active drugs. These similarities have caused some researchers to believe that placebos can bring about bias in rese...
  • Deal To End Arsenic Use In Lumber
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    Arsenic -laced wood is a widely used type of lumber used to build wooden decks and playgrounds. Starting at the end of 2003, this wood will be phased out of production. Arsenic, along with other chemicals, is broadly used as an additive in pressure-treated lumber by do-it-yourselfers to assemble decks, fences, and playgrounds. Only, the accepted wood has come under fire recently among reports that arsenic from the wood can transfer from the wood to children's hands as they play on playgrounds an...