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    On the issue of Racial profiling, it is hard to identify the reasoning behind someone’s decision to be just that. The reason being that we do not have access to everyone's thoughts. However, after a series of statistics, it seems that the idea of the presence and actions upon someone who has a set of stereotypical thoughts is no longer dismissible. Although the “stop-and-frisk” technique has made several cities safer, there seems to be a trend in a group of races and a lack in one specific race.…

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    But now, as the calves in the stalls when the cows come home, drove home of them herded back from field to farmyard, once they've grazed out their fill- as all their young calves come frisking out to meet them, bucking out their pens, lowing nonstop, jostling, rushing round their mothers so my shipmates there at the sight of my return came pressing round me now, streaming tears, so deeply moved…

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    Black Equality

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    then in the north there was black equality there were still Jim Crow laws happening in the south. It was like going 1 step forward eliminating slavery but then 20 steps back adding Jim Crow laws. Now flashback to today there is police brutality, frisking, racial profiling, the KKK, black people are still fighting for civil rights to this day. Many people believe that since slavery has ended,…

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    been done on the part of public health to preserve health in this regard? Can we compare efforts at eliminating racism to that aggressively invested in the eradication of smallpox? Certainly not when society implicitly approves undue stopping and frisking blacks by the police which adversely affect their psychological health (7). Certainly not when blacks are disproportionately represented in prisons, and society is expanding it to even incarcerate more (6). These clearly indicate that more is…

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    Police brutality in the United States has become an issue that has gained the public 's attention in countries across the globe. Police brutality has been defined as the use of any force exceeding what is reasonably necessary to accomplish a lawful purpose. Police officers are entrusted with the protection of their community, although recently they have abused their power as a way to brutally assault often innocent civilians and get away with it. As of April 27th 2015 police throughout the…

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    In James Q. Wilson’s Just Take Away Their Guns, Wilson has fairly liberal views on guns, gun owners, and their respective rights, but Wilson also has a radical solution for gun-related crimes. Wilson boasts an increase in frisks as a better way to control the amount of guns on the streets illegally than the already instituted paperwork and background checks required to legally purchase and own a firearm. He also argues that blame and ill will should not be upon legal firearm owners and that it…

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    Now, he realizes that it was all useless. Memories do stealthily stalk ‘Joys of Living’, which enumerates what makes old people delighted: looking at grand-children playing before them and showering their affection on them by “Offering candy and frisking [their] hair”. A wife requesting her husband to take tea first gives joy to both of them. At this spectacle, the old couple feels complete and thanks God for this bliss that results from filial company. The poet infers that “Life is for living…

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    that many know exists, but choose not to do anything to help fix. This feeds into the issue that police and others within the public choose to peg whoever they want for situations. Situations that result in another Kalief Browder story. Stopping and Frisking a person means that no matter what that person is doing, crime to no crime, they can be subject to a pat down. Not only is that wrong, but in the opinion of this girl, stupid. The only reason this can happen is that there are loopholes,…

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    Bodhisatva's The Equals

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    The Equals When Brahma-dutt ruled Banaras, Bodhisatva was born as a lion. The lion used to dwell in a cave with his mate. One day, he stood on top of the hill and looked round for some prey. He saw some hares and deers frisking and playing in a meadow by the side of a pond. The lion gave a roar and ran down the hill towards the meadow. But as he ran past the pond he got stuck in a mire and the creatures playing on the meadow scattered away. Every time the lion made an effort to get out of the…

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    stopped and the number might be less than that. From a period where people of the colored race or the non-white were lined up and matched to the slave auction, to a period where colored and non-white people are the one getting most pullovers and frisking from the law keepers gives people the reality that racism is here to stay. Both Crash…

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