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    20 Years Research Paper

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    knowledge to help people of the next generation and make it a better place using the community.”Your generation has the biggest challenges and the most potential”-Harry Kim. This quote is lecturing to the upcoming generation, so that every generation will help in a way to help make a better world. My future will consist three reasons of what I can do to help this world a better place. One reason would be that I will be going to college to learn computer engineer and will be inventing the latest technology. The second reason is that I will teach that of what I have learned on my own to a potential family. The last reason would be that I will help the community…

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    Dr. Martin Luther King’s words and actions have made a big difference in this world. His powerful speeches and efforts showed that it only takes one person to make a big change. A change I want to make in myself is to become a more active member in society. To start, this change in myself will change my school by being a voice for my classmates to make our school a better place. Specifically, I want to join more clubs, and become more productive in the school by being a part of student…

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    The school to prison pipeline is unfair and it doesn’t make kids any better. “The school To Prison Pipeline” by Mary Ellen Flannery informs us how bad teachers are educating their students and the way kids are being discriminated. “These racist perceptions create a stereotype that students of color are disrespectful and disruptive which zero tolerance policies exploit” (Mary Ellen, the School To Prison Pipeline, 44). For years society has been making color children feel useless. No one should…

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    In the novel Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood, Crake knowingly caused a plague that led to the death of the majority of humanity. His intentions behind this act were to help the world from human suffering by creating a pill and modifying embryos to create a better population. Unknowingly to Snowman and Oryx, this pill called BlyssPluss would eventually cause a worldwide epidemic killing those who were not immunized beforehand. This act of deceit was intended to “help” make the world a better…

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    Stories are a powerful way to get a message across. In the TED Talk, "If a Story Moves You, Act On It" by Sisonke Msimang, she talks about the limitations of storytelling and how storytelling can help make the world a better place. Msimang claims that justice is what makes the world a better place, not stories. The reason why she says that is because stories usually fail to paint the bigger picture. Although stories don’t make the world the better place, the audience can help by being more…

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    Inner Genius Program

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    I hope to walk out of the Inner Genius program with more clarity, and a better understanding of what my purpose in life is, so I can execute my plan and goals successfully as an entrepreneur. As of now my dream is to help the world. I have two focus/targets. The 1st is women. I am very proud to be a woman, however it can be really difficult at times. The world will never be perfect, but if I can make it better I will. I am very passionate about empowering women, all types of women in fact. I…

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    Man In The Mirror Analysis

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    Man in the Mirror was a hit song and had an important message. It was about needing change. Jackson realizes he must start with himself, that he needs to be the change he wants to see in the world. The chorus: “I’m starting with the man in the mirror I’m asking him to change his ways and no message could have been any clearer if you wanna make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make a change” sheds hope that this will start a chain reaction to encourage change throughout…

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    Recycling In America

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    Everyone knows that recycling will eventually make the world a better place, so citizens in the United States try to use this to their advantage to create a better tomorrow for our world. Although, when one repurposes these materials, they do not take a moment to think about how those recycled items are then repurposed and reused by manufacturers and companies to make things we use and purchase, thus contributing to our economy, how many items end up buried in landfills, and if recycling cohorts…

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    Hello everyone, I am Kristen Pitney. I am 19 years old and I have a 6-month-old daughter named Luna. We live with my dad and two little brothers in Columbus Grove, Ohio. I am a friendly and bubbly person, who likes to sing and write. However, I am not very good at either of them. I also like helping people, but that is just a little bit about me. I have chosen Ashford University to get my Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education because it allows my to stay at home with my daughter and…

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    much people trying to move into urbanized places at once, this is causing or has caused lots of problems towards the environment, two main issues is air and water problem. The population of the world is getting larger, there has to be more food and supplies available to maintain all the people. When this occurs people will start fighting over supplies to live. In order to be able to live, they will have to earn money and buy the things they need, they can’t earn a lot of money if they opened a…

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