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    many people throughout the country. With thirteen seasons under its wing, they keep the audience and fandom coming back every single week and even in the offseason, with sources like Hulu and Netflix. The romance, the suspense, and the medical drama are three things that the Grey’s Anatomy fandom, like myself, are attracted by every time the Cosy in the Rocket theme song comes on. The romance begins in the very first scene when Meredith wakes up to an unknown man, later to be named McDreamy or Dr. Derek Shepherd. That’s just the beginning, Shonda likes to take her fans on the most emotional roller coaster when it comes to couples, flings, and marriages. From finding out that McDreamy is married to another woman, to McDreamy’s Wife, Addison, lover later to find out it’s McSteamy or Derek’s best friend and that's just Meredith’s love life. Shonda being just like the twisted sisters, Meredith and Christina, doesn’t stop at complicating the main character's life she branches out to every single person in the entire show. Shonda even uses the romance and the relationship between Meredith, Dr. Weber , Dr.Weber’s wife and Meredith’s mother. To make the most complicated long love triangle the entire show has. The intensity of the romance doesn’t end in a just relationship, the on-call rooms are always busy for a reason and sleeping is not always the answer. The intern to a resident inappropriate relationship are way to common to the point that some interns are known to leave the…

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    When thinking of successful people you automatically think about how hard people have worked to be successful. In the Outliers book "Malcolm Gladwell" argues that we should look at the world that surrounds successful people. For instance their culture, family, experiences, and their upbringing. Gladwell has made an interesting argument about how people become successful. In this paper, I will be talking about how Bradley Byrne, US Representative for Alabama became successful using some…

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    Ethel Provo Essay

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    Ethel Provo was born and raised in Ramer, Alabama, a small town outside of Montgomery Alabama. Ethel wasn’t born in a hospital; she was born at home by a midwife. The midwife was a close friend of the family, and delivered most of the babies in the area at that time. Back when Ethel was growing up Ramer was a small town where everyone knew everyone. People didn’t bother locking doors back then, because they felt safe and trusted their neighbors. She said there wasn’t much to steal, because…

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    stood in front of the door as federal authority tried to allow the students to enter. After winning his first term as governor in 1962, Wallace became the foil for the huge protests in which Martin Luther King Jr fought against and destroyed segregation in 1963 and secured voting rights for blacks. In addition, both speeches fought for they think is right. They both have powerful words and phrases that went down in history and will never be forgotten. Even though their speeches have different…

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    King was not the initiating figure of the Civil Rights Movement as many people think, it was at the meeting in his church on December 5, 1955 that he was elected into the presidency of the Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) (49-50) and would soon after start to become the public face of the Movement. Contrary to popular belief, “Dr. King was not a confirmed believer in nonviolence” in the beginning stages of the boycott (53). Nonviolence would later become one of the most important aspects…

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    The Giants Stood Upon Many people today are well aware of the amazing feats done by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. From the nonviolence in the Montgomery Bus Boycott where he picked up a following, to the historic March on Washington where he delivered his awe-inspiring “I Have a Dream” Speech (History.com 1). There is no doubt whatsoever, Doctor King was an incredibly influential person in the Civil Rights Movement whose legacy would never be forgotten. However, Isaac Newton once said “If I have…

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    strong leader and a great person. Rosa Parks was an african american that took a stand by sitting down on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa took a stand for equal rights for african americans and white people. Not only did she give hope to people that needed it she also gave courage to people that didn’t believe. Rosa gave hope to many people and this is her heroic story. Rose Louise McCauley was born in Tuskegee, Alabama on February, 4, 1913. Rosa’s parent’s names were James and Leona…

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    Rosa Parks Impact

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    is still felt today. Rosa Park’s refusal to give her seat to a white man on a Montgomery city bus started not only a movement to end segregated busing throughout the South, but also future movements against segregation and discrimination throughout the United States. Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama on February 4, 1913. Her…

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    muddy fields of Hayneville, Alabama, I stop to look at the sky and wonder what we blacks have been through. The day before we left for the march with Dr. King (Martin Luther King Jr.), I have done a lot of preparations and packed a very small amount of items needed before I left for the march. (I have packed a blanket and purse filled with my special needs) Ma and Pa were worried about my health but I told I’d be just fine. As I walk more into the muddy fields, my legs get very heavy and tired…

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    movement lead to a tremendous impact on segregation in the south. In the 1950's and 1960's King established a large group of people who followed his nonviolence movement in the fight for equality. King and his followers organized marches, sit-ins and bus boycotts. All displayed no violence from the African American's but a lot of violence from the white people; which was their whole goal. The Selma to Montgomery march was a huge part of the whole nonviolence movement. As the march proceeded,…

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