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    My car slowly comes to a halt as I approach the blinking light that serves as the only form of traffic control in this town. Usually, I would just continue down the long stretch of road to my house, but I decide to turn left and venture onto the streets where I spent my childhood. The first building I come upon is my former elementary school. This place was once the center of my life, but it has now been shut down and quickly is becoming dilapidated. I cannot help but notice a somber feeling in…

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    n Excellency within a child’s educational endeavors begins with a comprehensive look at policies that institute educational facilities. Ecological factors including family, the community, and the individual can be indicative of how a child will thrive. From birth to eight is a vital period in the development of a child’s learning and social endeavors; this timeframe sets the foundational groundwork for an education. Governance in the City of Chicago sees the importance of educationally…

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    Pros Of Being Homeless

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    A recent drive around Phoenix for me, made me realize the number of homeless people panhandling for money on street corners. At some point during a calendar year in the Untired States, 1.5 million are homeless looking for a place to sleep and food to eat (Katel). Of this 1.5 million, 80 percent or around 1.2 million are considered transitionally homeless, meaning that they have had a run of bad luck and are homeless for a short amount of time, usually around a couple months. Imagine if instead…

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    A catechism was written after the council concerning everything Catholics needed to know about their faith (Rasmussen). This catechism allowed the faithful to fully know their Faith. Knowing their faith, Catholics were able to more adequately defend Catholicism against attacks. In addition, the Bishops in the council acknowledged the Latin Vulgate written by Saint Jerome as the correct version of the Bible (The Council of Trent). This decision, in addition to the Index Librorum…

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    1. Description and Resolution of the Event The October 6th Philadelphia City Council meeting afforded me the long awaited opportunity to see the inside of one of my favorite architectural landmarks. As a kid growing up not far from the city, I’d occasionally pass it during a family or school outing. Although still young, I was mesmerized and intrigued by its size and magnificent architectural details. For this reason, and in defiance of friend’s suggestion that I should just stay at home and…

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    Introduction For my project I visited the Flint City council to observe the process of the city meeting, there were six of my classmates present. I was the first one to arrive at the city hall. As everyone was arriving Kate Fields ward 4 introduced herself, and we identified as students from U of M Flint she shared that she is a professor at the University with a MSB program. Eric Mays from ward 1, introduced himself as well. There were about fifteen community members sitting along the wall of…

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    meeting was held at the City Hall in Gladewater, Texas. The location of City Hall is 519 East Broadway. It was held on Thursday, October 20, 2016. As people gathered for the meeting I received signatures from board members including the mayor of Gladewater. To commence with was the call to order. Next, was the invocation and then the Pledge of Allegiance? I appreciated the fact that God was put before all else then our great nation. The first major happening was the citizen comments.…

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    Circumcision In Religion

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    So, the apostle Peter spoke first about the matter advocating against forced circumcision of the Gentiles, then Paul and Barnabas argued their point of view before the council and church. Finally, after significant discussion and arguments from both sides, James decides against forced circumcision but concedes dietary and sexual conditions for the gentiles to placate the opposing church members (Wilcox, 2014). Even though…

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    The mayor and city council are the leaders of local government The city council listens to the people in my community. This is where the problems in my city are discussed. If the mayor chooses what becomes a law. The city council passes the new laws. Once the mayor has signed and passed the law he/she is responsible for enforcing the law. Enforce means to follow or listen to. The mayor has police officers do this. The state government is in charge of the state I live in. The people who…

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    Irena Sendlers Irena Sendlers was born on February 15, 1910, in Warsaw, Poland. She was born as Irena Krzyzanowska. Her parents were Dr. Stanislaw and Janina Krzyzanowska. She didn’t have any siblings. Later on, she had two children, a son, and a daughter. The daughter's name is Janka, she still lives in Warsaw, Poland. The son’s name was Adam, he died in 1999. What She Studied Irena studied Polish literature at Warsaw University. At some universities, they had a ghetto-bench system.…

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