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    a core tenet of ethical consumption, fair trade ‒ a movement and label for products supplied by producers with fair and safe compensation for their work ‒ behaves as a combatant against human rights violations, particularly human trafficking, and promotes transparency and development for “marginalized” workers. With a 15% global increase in fair trade sales from 2012 to 2013, according to Fairtrade International, a major fair trade certifier since 1997, fair trade has grown in recognition in…

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    A Raisin In The Sun Essay

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    The Life and Works of Lorraine Hansberry Alveda King once stated, “Racism oppresses its victims, but also binds the oppressors, who sear their consciences with more and more lies until they become prisoners of those lies. They cannot face the truth of human equality because it reveals the horror of the injustices they commit” (Brainy Quotes). In Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A Raisin in the Sun, the Younger family lives in South Side Chicago and faces racial discrimination. The entire family…

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    In the article, Going beyond fair trade: The benefits and challenges of direct trade, Steven Macatonia argues that while fair trade coffee is economically beneficial for farmers, there are challenges due to the higher price for consumers. Fair trade guarantees that farmers get paid a fair price for their harvest, which promotes farmers’ living standards as their income increases. Macatonia argues that even though fair trade supports the livelihoods of coffee farmers, only the large co-operative…

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    Fair market value is a standard typically used for real estate valuation, certain tax issues, and employee stock ownership plans. Fair value in a legal context is a standard typically used for business interest valuation for estate tax and business litigation. Fair value in a financial reporting context is appropriate for the preparation of financial statements. The terms fair market value and fair value are typically used in business-owner buy-sell agreements without proper consideration of the…

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    The Basics of Living In the short story “Everyday Uses” by Alice Walker she uses everyday objects or scenarios that people are faced with even in today’s society in her story. This story has everything in a nut shell , it mainly talks about cultural heritage ; however she also talks about race , tradition , family , education , and even how to stand up for one’s self . In this paper it will be shown how those 5 things can still be related in today’s society .Everybody has some experience…

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    With all the events in Ferguson this past year, this has created a large argument on the militarization of police. Crime and police brutality is not escapable and there won 't be any way to stop it completely. Most would say that would hurt more than help the situation, on the contrary, militarization may help. The days when Andy Griffith’s biggest problem was dealing with the town drunk is gone. Now were dealing with billion dollar terror groups like ISIS and mentally insane people with assault…

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    Maggie is a symbol of tradition; she’s learned her heritage as she knows it from Grandma Dee and Big Dee and plans to continue on with it as she says “’I can ‘member Grandma Dee without the quilts’” (par. 74) showing that she will always remember the times they had together. Mama is also seen as a character of symbolic importance because of her ways of seeing situations throughout the story. She talks about a dream she had, going on a game show and re-uniting with her daughter when she…

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    1. Introduction This report will use data from the New Zealand Land Resource Inventory (NZLRI) to describe and subsequently assess seven sites in the area around Lincoln and the Port Hills in Canterbury, New Zealand. The data will provide an insight into what land uses would be suitable for each site. This will then be compared against the current land use, as recorded during a site visit on 8 March 2016. 2. Description of Study Area 2.1. Location, topography and boundaries The study area is…

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    Marx Uses Value Duality

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    of production. There are three different duality components. The first component, the duality of use value and value is where the rest of the components derive from. Use value is the intrinsic component to a commodity that it has been predisposed to. It is a qualitative value because it consists of the specific qualities that the commodity has and since each commodity has different use-values one use-value cannot be like the other. It is defined by itself and can explain itself. Value on the…

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    An example of this precision is the sentence from "A Rose for Emily" discussed in Alice Hall Petry's article: "Thus she passed from generation to generation - dear, inescapable, impervious, tranquil, and perverse"(280). In this sentence Faulkner summarizes Emily Grierson's character and her relationship with her community in five adjectives. While probably overlooked by the casual reader, Petry explores how closer examination reveals Faulkner's organization and manipulation of language. Placed…

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