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    The theme for my storyboard for the book Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman was about helping out in the community that you are in. I picked this theme because in Seedfolks all of the characters put in effort to help make the garden a better place. All of the characters had something against someone but they get involved in the garden because the either notice how the garden community were kind and helpful or they were forced to go by someone who thinks the garden will help their problems. The…

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    millennial activist, and the co-founder and CEO of Service Never Sleeps (SNS), a non-profit that mobilizes communities to promote…

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    Research design and methods Research questions The overall project study will examine whether the Singida Nutrition and Agroecology Project (SNAP), a participatory, agroecological peer farmer education intervention, can be effective at improving sustainable agricultural practices, legume production, food security, infant and young child feeding practices, and nutritional status of children and mothers in Singida District, Tanzania. Survey design SNAP is a clustered randomized effectiveness trial…

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    Anchor institutes are enterprises which are firmly rooted in their communities and typically non-profit organizations such as universities and hospitals (Taylor & Luter, 2013). They have a deep seeded interest in their community, to ensure the safety and health of its members, and perseverance of success of their community. As shown by Taylor and Luter, anchor institutes contain four aspects: “spatial immobility, corporate status, size and the anchor mission: social purpose, democracy and…

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    important to consider is the neighborhood. The term neighborhood has many definitions. From a political aspect, a city may define a neighborhood as the geographical group in a designated political precinct (Data Center Research). The real estate community likely subscribes to “the small group of houses in the immediate vicinity of one’s house” (Data Center Research). The functioning definition of a neighborhood to a sociologist likely includes the following: “an area surrounding a local…

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    The Communities Standard is the last but not the least important of the ACTFL standards, it deals specifically with the use of the object language further than the teaching space walls. Therefore, scholars display signs of becoming lifetime learners by using the target language for individual satisfaction and development. Therefore, this standard centers on the use of the knowledge of a foreign language in widespread linguistic and social communities covering from school to far ahead life.…

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    Empowerment in regard to community settings is a shared movement to enhance the quality of life of individuals in a specific community. While organization empowerment, can be defined as systems that encourage member participation as well as reaching goals. The term empowerment is complex and develops over time, although it can deteriorate as well. On an organizational level, empowerment of individuals is developed from specific characteristics within the organization that foster feelings of…

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    emotional burden on a child, who must cope with the lack of material goods and sometimes even basic amenities. Albeit, Esperanza and I both aspire to escape poverty and move to a safer neighborhood, both of us have vowed to return and assist our communities…

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    In an effort to provide a comprehensive benefits program and offer an opportunity to bring on full time frontline employees we must establish expense and bonus policies that are corporately responsible. Expense Policy effective 30 days from the documents’ acceptance. ● All expenses should be reasonable and required to support the business. ● All expenses must be submitted on a business expense report in a timely manner. ● All expenses in excess of $25 must have a receipt. ● Any expense…

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    A., Loth, J., & Ross, D. (2016). Applied theatre techniques for community workers - towards a performative and anti-oppressive ethical approach. Australasian drama studies, 68(1), 118-142. This article examines how theatre techniques can be implemented in community work as a form of addressing discrimination and oppression. These techniques enable empowerment and the disruption of the status quo, particularly, in those communities where the prevailing power relationships might be confronted…

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