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  • Youth Development Case Study

    Park, Garfield Park, Austin, and Logan square communities across Chicago, Illinois. The youth participant’s ages range from 7-18 years old. The ethnicity of the youth participants consist of mainly Hispanics, Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and African Americans. The clients served by BUILD also entails more than 90% of their youth participants being of low income families, gang affiliated, and victims of abusive environments (BUILD Chicago, 2013). Discuss the route by which the “client”…

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  • Police Corruption Essay

    Reviewing the styles of police corruption and brutality from early on until now show the styles have remained relatively the same. Technology of today has changed some of the manners in which police conduct themselves in a negative manner. Citizen complaints show police in the early 1920’s- 1980’s used their fists or batons during excessive force actions; however, from the 1990’s to today complaints detail the use of pepper spray and Tasers are more common tools police have used in excessive…

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  • Shoeless Joe Jackson Return To America Analysis

    In Kinsella's Shoeless Joe Jackson returns to Iowa, Kinsella questions the American fascination with the past and also criticizes Americans and their dreams. By presenting what is basically a ghost tale disguised as an American sports story, Kinsella blurs the lines between practicality and what is unreasonable. A middle aged farmer, Ray Kinsella who obsesses over a baseball diamond to the point in which it almost causes financial turmoil builds a baseball field to watch the ghost of Shoeless…

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  • Babe Ruth Annotated Bibliography

    Eight members of the Chicago White Sox were banned baseball for losing the World Series on purpose. These eight players became known as the Black Sox. This left baseball in need of a hero and baseball found a hero in Babe. Babe hit 54 homeruns that season, which was more than…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Chicago Police Violence

    because they’re violating the rights of other people. The Chicago police department in particular has had more police shooting than any other city in the Country. The Chicago Police Department reevaluation should include deeper psychological evaluation, mandatory body cameras, and mandatory pairing of new police officers with an experienced officer. In the last couple of days there have been several police shooting in the state of Chicago some people have become furious due to an…

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  • John Shnatter's Leadership Style

    John Schnatter has succeeded with his company Papa John’s making it worldwide by selling pizza. John Schnatter has been through a lot to make this franchise become a nationally worldwide selling pizza company and continues to make it better each day. John Schnatter was born on November 23, 1961 in Jeffersonville, IN. John studied at Jeffersonville High then continued in college at Ball State University. John has a family 3 kids, a wife, 2 siblings, and two parents. When John was just 15 he…

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  • 1919 World Series Research Paper

    beat the Pat Moran’s Reds? There’s a little bit of a turn of events though. Are the White Sox happy to be in the World Series? But there’s more than just money at stake during the never forgetting 1919 World Series. The 1919 World Series game the Chicago White Sox against the Cincinnati Reds was a huge scandal in baseball history. The White Sox were accused of intentionally throwing the series, therefore the Reds won the 1919 World Series. The news hit the front page of the newspaper the next…

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  • Moneyball: The Art Of Winning An Unfair Game

    In baseball, teams must use their money wisely. Blowing money on big-time players is not an option for all teams, as some teams cannot afford to purchase those high caliber players. Also, people are not always what they seem to be right off the bat, and the dark horse can be a winner in the right circumstances. The film Million Dollar Arm, directed by Craig Gillespie and the novel, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, written by Michael Lewis, demonstrate that a team does not need a…

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  • Why Do Police Use Excessive Force?

    The issues surrounding police use of force and Tasers is slammed by the media. Often police are traded for excessive force and draw Tasers more than need. Queensland police have a dangerous job, and therefore, they do not use excessive force, nor do they draw Tasers more often than need. Queensland police have the right to do their job, of protecting and serving the community, even if that means using force or Tasering on an offender. The Crime and Misconduct Commission, now known as…

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  • Informative Essay On Betting In Baseball

    Baseball is a popular sports in different parts of the world, but when it comes to betting for baseball, one discovers a different story. It seems that betting in baseball is not as popular, and it usually takes a backseat to common sports betting like auto racing, football, tennis and basketball. The level of popularity of baseball betting may not eclipse that of football or basketball, but there’s no denying the fact that betting in this sport can also become an exciting and enriching…

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