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    different things with the children in the neighborhood. She is stopping the children from having good time with the teaching them with real life situations. Like when she had them use their math skills. “Then she hustle half the crew in with her and hands me a five-dollar bill and tells me to calculate 10 percent tip for the driver”( Bambara, 340). They begin to have fun as they riding along trying figure out what they were going spend the money on. Once they arrived they couldn’t figure out what the tip was so the driver was mad and drove off. As they stood they look around and saw they were “on Fifth Avenue and everybody was dressed up in stockings. One lady in a fur coat, hot as it is. White folks crazy” (Bambara, 340). They knew they were no longer in their hood cause of the way people were dressing and they had on fur coats when it was very hot out. When they arrived Miss Moore presented the store like it was museum. They stand outside and look in and see all the nice stuff. Some begin to point to things they want to buy, as they look closer they see the price tags on items. Microscope that Big Butt saw he wanted it. It had a $300 price tag on it. Knowing that it would take a longtime for Big Butt to save up his allowance she let them know that it’s a learning instrument. It well worth the $300 to spend on the item because it will be worth the…

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    Fur has always been the ultimate “fabric of desire”. People around the world have been purchased and favored fur clothes in many centuries ago, but not until recently, the demand for fur clothes are extending higher than ever. According to Robert Burke, founder of the luxury consultancy in New York, “Fur has always been a hot-button issue in fashion, and now more than ever because the consumer has the ability to research and decide for themselves where they want to stand”, he also added up to…

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    humans, such as trappers abusing animals of the wildlife for fashion-needs. Thousands of animals are harmed every day so that their fur can be used to produce furry coats. Animal abuse should stop completely, also stopping the trappers from hunting endangered species. An important issue to be prevented from going on, is celebrities wearing fur clothing and exemplifying a false image to the audience. Animals should not be killed for clothing because that leads to species ' extinction and is a…

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    Fur Industry History

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    cavemen survival tactics in prehistoric times to designer wear in modern day life, fur is a practical material that slowly became a symbol of wealth and style. From the fur trade industry to technological advances, the fur industry helped develop every country both economically and historically. Throughout the passing centuries, fur became a practical fabric and later a fashionable trend. From the beginning of time, fur was used as a practical element in wardrobe, it was used for survival by…

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    Peta Rhetorical Analysis

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    The fur industry has been part of American society even before there was a United States of America. The fur trade likely started when Hudson’s Bay Company was incorporated in 1670 (Dyhouse) and has continued to this day. While fur fashion trends have changed over the years, ranging from felted beaver hats in the mid-19th century, to hats trimmed with whole birds and stuffed kitten heads in the early 20th century, to today’s mink coats, one thing has remained the same; that every piece of fur…

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    Fur Farming Are you wearing clothes made of real animal fur? Do you even care!? You should and most likely will after you finish reading my essay. The average person doesn’t look at the label on their clothes to see its export. The average person doesn’t know how the animals end up in their situation. Fur farms must be shut down. China, the largest fur exporter in the world, has no penalty for fur farms. No wonder it’s the largest exporter. Before I tell you about fur farms, you…

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    Gap Inc Is Inhumane

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    Doris Fisher and Don Fisher founded Gap Inc., a clothing and accessories retailer in 1969. Only 7 years after its establishment, Gap Inc. goes public with 1.2 million shares of stock. To give back to the community, Gap Inc. founded its nonprofit charitable division, Gap Foundation, by helping underprivileged youth and women in developing nations explore careers and build social skills. Gap Inc., famously known as Gap, also takes part in the PRODUCT (Red) campaign where they would sell specially…

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    History Of A Furrier

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    A Furrier back in the middle ages played a very important role back in the day in making clothes. A Furrier is someone who would kill animals and take the fur off them to skin them. Furriers usually Make or sell fur. They can also clean and repair fur to make them into fur garments. They can make things like fur coats or fur pants etc. Furriers originality came the Middle English Anglo-French around the 1570-1580-time period. Most of the Furriers in the middle ages were very successful in…

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    The extreme traits of Mrs. Van Daan. “I can’t stand it! I’ll kill myself! I’ll kill myself, “ she screams just as the play is about to end. At the beginning of the play, Mrs. Van Daan seems like a reasonable and thankful character, but her true colors and flirtatious behavior starts showing very quickly. Along with her love for material objects over actual human connection, with the usual wild fits of extreme hysterica. It’s quite obvious that she is not coping well with her attic life by the…

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    other words they never intended to surrender their lands permanently. They only intended to share their land, throughout Canada, First nations have consistently argued that they have rights to their traditional lands. Throughout the Indian Act any Indians who received university degrees also automatically had to give up their status as did any women who married a non Aboriginal man. For over 300 years te due trade was the driving force in the economic life of Aboriginal peoples. A number of…

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