Case Study On Police Brutality

785 Words 4 Pages
Project 2
"Police Brutality Statistics and Facts." CopCrisis. N.p., 4 July 2012. Web. 25 Sept. 2016.

In today 's world new issues rise frequently and over the last few years police brutality has escalated to an issue on a much larger scale. Police should be here to protect the community and establish trust with the residents who reside in it. It is no secret that different races encounter different problems with the police, because of this tragedy the african american community has protested almost every headlining black teen death caused by a cop. Some races are more targeted than others whether it is just getting pulled over and searched or shot because of “attempted assault”. The community as a whole should promote an end to all of it.
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Drug abuse has become a problem we can not ignore any longer, because of drugs many americans waste their life savings and become unemployed and incapable of getting a job. Addiction is hard to overcome, as a community that cares, we should start more shelters and rehabs for drug abusers that need help. More people die from drug overdoses than motor vehicles, homicide and suicide put together. 1/10 of people addicted to alcohol or drugs receives help, compare that to the 70% people who have diabetes and get help as soon as they see their doctor. We should not look at health defects differently in America because your life is at risk with either one. In reality no one is happy with their drug filled life but they are dependant on it so they continue the abuse. In this case, society should be here for the people struggling in the community and help them find the resources they need. The public affairs mission pushes me to think “do whatever you feel is right for you” because it promotes the pursuit of happiness and self governance. If we were able to put an end to the drug abuse issue then our country and local communities would be a much cleaner, more productive and safer place. The government tries to control what is considered a legal and illegal drug, as a society we should be able to decide what we can do to ourselves and enjoy …show more content…
At some point the issues will get out of hand and the people will not know what to do. If the problem increases the government might have to control the food and water distribution in the future. Self governance can play a huge role in this upcoming epidemic, will we decide what we are going to do about it on our own, or will we let the government control rations. The theme for this year makes me believe that we should definitely start thinking about this problem now before it sneaks up on us and we are unprepared. Personally, I would feel very uncomfortable knowing food and water are becoming limited by the government. Currently california is having a dry season and it is harming their crops, the lack of water is making it nearly impossible to grow the crops they need. Farmers are researching better ways to irrigate their field and learning how to preserve water while watering their crops efficiently. The public affairs theme makes me think that the solution to the country 's food and water security issues can be fixed by the people. As a collective whole we can do our part for the community, by being resourceful and less wasteful and in the end it will make America more sustainable in the

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