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    Natural and Logical Consequences Introduction Jason is a 36-year-old African-American male living in the Denver metro area. He had been working as a Denver County Child Permanency Supervisor for about 2 years, but recently accepted a promotion to Colorado State Child Permanency Manager. While he was elated to be selected for the position, Jason had some reservations about his new role and duties. The promotion entails a significant change in his previous responsibilities as a local Denver…

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    classes. She also provided the essentials for those who needed them. ("Mother Cabrini") Mother Cabrini also founded 67 ministry institutions. One of the camps was Queen of Heaven Camp In Golden, Colorado. The summer camp was for orphan girls. In the camp there is a 22 ft tall statue of Jesus (Colorado Virtual) Another reason was because in New York at the time there were about 50,000 Italian immigrants in need. (The Immigrant 1:49 - 2:02) Reason number three was because when Mother Cabrini…

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    A letter written from a man named Oscar Wilde in the West states, “My dear Miss Nellie, Since I wrote to you I have been to wonderful places, to Colorado which is like the Tyrol a little, and has great canons of red sandstone, and pine trees, and the tops of the mountains all snow-covered, and up a narrow-gauge railway did I rush to the top of a mountain 15,000 feet high, to the great mining city…

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    Denver’s best art isn’t locked up in museums or galleries, but it can be found in all our local communities, recreation centers, libraries, schools, parks and public building all throughout Denver. With new art work being added each year, Denver’s diverse art can stimulate any mind despite their age group. Creating a city that people will remember when they visit. Competing with the greatest such as Paris, New York, places known for art fueling their cities and communities because people…

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    Part One The Great North American Prairie covers 1.4 million square miles and is made up of the following U.S. states; Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. It is also made up of a few provinces in Canada including Alberta and Manitoba. Rainfall is more common in the East than it is in the West of the prairies. Rainfall levels can reach up to 21 inches and go down to 12 inches depending on where you are within the prairie. It's…

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    Baring their Teeth: The Anasazi Legacy The culture of the Ancient Puebloans, or Anasazi, is mostly left to mere guesswork. Their written language is a dead to today 's linguists. The only thing left to understand about their lives is found in what they left behind; which was much more than a few pieces of gorgeous pottery. For 2,000 years the anasazi ruled Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, and Kayenta, spanning most of the southwest United States writes Kathy Weiser. From 1200 B.C. to 1300 A.D. The…

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    The Hopi Way Summary

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    The ethnography that I chose is the The Hopi Way by Laura Thompson. This book discusses the way of life of the only surviving group of the desert dwellers, the Hopi. I will give an overview of the Hopi’s environment, political and social organization, the journey from birth to death, the resources used during this time, and how they made a living. I chose this book because I have family living in northern Arizona and I think that the translation of the word Hopi which means the peaceful people…

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    It is 7:23 a.m. on a Thursday morning, the pass allowing tardiness to first hour is tucked away in my tattered blue backpack. I sit in my car gazing at the quiet building. I have seven minutes to make it up the staircase, adorned with two lamp posts. I, along with many others, have visited Morgan Federal, the bank across the street, countless times and never realized just what was in the vicinity. A friend who works next door in the courthouse suggested I profile this place and gave the…

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    Thinkprogress Analysis

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    The chronicle series of the ThinkProgress is an establishment that discusses the experiences of immigrant families in crossing the United States and Mexican border. The article “What It’s Really Like to Cross the U.S.-Mexico Border.” by Jack Jenkins, published in Feb 10, 2015. The immigrant families are challenged in different perspectives. They are characterized by an attempt to cross the border away from political strife. Some of the families only want to better themselves in the United States…

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    Hey brother, I want you to join with me to go to the west with me to California! You may not seem reluctant to do so, but I can tell you why it a good idea to come with me to the west. Although the West isn’t as civilized as the East, the land over at the West is more peaceful and quiet than the East, which I find loud and noisy. Would you rather live in a place that is rather noisy and less safe? Or would you live in a place that is quieter and safer? There are so many job and business…

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