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    In addition to the creation of Gay Liberation Front, a newspaper called Gay was created -- the first of its kind. When the GLF disbanded, the Gay Activists Alliance was formed immediately afterwards, a new group that unabashedly proclaimed support for gay issues and forced politicians to acknowledge…

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    Hence, if historians are really interested in making civil rights harder, they need to take the lead and leave the trodden path. Not necessarily by developing new frameworks to counter a White-centered conservative take on civil rights movement with a White-centered liberal or leftist approach, but rather, by developing ways that allow them to capture the different ways and means African Americans expressed their resistance. No matter how long and how much historians tweak on the timeline or…

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    Liberation theology and Catholic Social Teaching are two very important aspects of Catholicism, and are the basis of which we should live each day. Catholic Social Teaching is rooted in the love of God. God loves us, sent down His only Son, and gave us the Holy Spirit; we are called to use this as a lesson and to love one another as brothers and sisters under God. Catholic Social Teaching is a guide that teaches us and reminds us how to do so. There are seven distinct themes in Catholic Social…

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    Ask any young gay where the modern LGBT movement began, and it’s likely they’ll answer “Stonewall.” The Stonewall Riot, a two day period of rioting after a police raid at a gay bar in 1969, is often hailed as the genesis of sexuality and gender liberation in America. However, ask any LGBT historian the same question, and their answer might be much more complex. Although within the modern LGBT community Stonewall is considered the turning point toward true equality, both socially and politically,…

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    Question 1- While traditional theology focused on invigorating faith, liberation theology is intended to promote social justice for marginalized populations and improve the community. In traditional theology, those mainly involved were scholars with academic qualifications who sought abstract and philosophical ideas regarding their faith. By contrast, liberation theology is inclusive of everyone, and all are able to contribute within their own capacity. Rather than allowing select individuals…

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    Threat Identification The ideology behind Domestic Terrorism is that terrorist-like acts are carried out by those residing within the country of the attack. According to 18 U.S.C. § 2331, Domestic terrorism is defined as: “[activities that] Involve acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law; Appear intended (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a…

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    The Things they carried O’Brien’s story depicts a platoon of soldiers during the Vietnam War. The soldiers carry equipment, rations, weapons and personal items with them. Some of those items are a necessity such as the P-38 can openers, heat tabs, dog tags, ammunition, C-rations, guns and cigarettes. These are physical objects with a real measurable weight. O’Brien narrates the events and paints a picture of the burdens we do not see. Those invisible burdens the characters carry, are the…

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    The armed services consists of four main branches: the army, navy, marine corps, and the coast guard. These are all branches that help protect our country from harm. Unfortunately, these military force groups have the same problem as well as any other work force. You might say that it’s disorganized, or it may be that we have too much or too little in the force. It could be either of those issues at hand, but one of our main issues today is allowing homosexuals to join our military. Many…

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    Allen West, a right wing black conservative who runs the blog westforwestwing.com explains that the military should not be concerned about the color of the soldier and what rank they hold but they should concerned about how each and every soldier put their lives on the line for…

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    Military Robotics History

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    The history of military robotics dates back to World War II and the Cold War. During those times of spying, weaponry and strategic attacks, these robots were in the form of Germany’s type of robotics and Russian weaponry called “teletanks”. It originated combined with a radio controlled boat intended to use by the military from Nicola Tesla. As the Soviets had created the teletanks, they were modified to be controlled by the radio signals. Weather conditions made it pretty tough to use, but…

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