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    After the civil war African Americans did not have all their civil rights. White people were still discriminating Africans. African Americans were still not getting all their rights in Colombia. They were viewed as violent negroes, who were treated unfair to anything done for the benefit of their community. Whites were using violence and discrimination against African Americans. African American were being discriminated because of the Columbian riot, being armed and having the right to protect…

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    Colombia the beautiful a place I called home every summer since I could remember when I was little. A place that seemed so harmless to me because I spent most of my younger years living there with my grandparents never imagining I would be surprised to change my opinion. The last summer I visited Colombia was the worst and traumatizing in my life, needless to say a summer that changed my life. Having planned and amazing day ahead with family, shopping and enjoying the beautiful likes of Tumaco,…

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    In This article, the author express both positive and negative points of view toward illegal immigrants in the restaurant business. The article addresses the way that without this undocumented worker, that numerous organizations will close and that the economy will endure colossally. Some of the laws that have been placed set up to keep illegal immigrants from working in the restaurant business have even brought about some illegal worker clients to abstain from eating at those restaurants or…

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    The ambition to impose the interests of drug trafficking, led Pablo Escobar Gaviria to try to establish his own laws and regulations, causing serious damage to the Colombian society and the government of that time. The perfect utopia that he dreamed, became the worst dystopia for the consequences in the country. The drug economy connected the production, marketing and finance in a network that ignores national boundaries. The clandestine nature of the drug economy difficult the analyze of their…

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    Pablo Escobar Personality

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    Pablo Escobar, leader of the Medllin drug cartel, had what every strong person in command needs: ambition, popularity, and ruthlessness. Pablo was an extremely successful drug lordPablo may have died as a rich man, but he actually grew up poor. He was the son of a teacher and a peasant. Because of his lack of wealth, Pablo became involved in a life of crime. He began by just stealing tomb stones and selling them to smugglers, then he got involved in selling fake lottery tickets and contraband…

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    title Discrimination occurs everyday in the United States, and it can take the many different forms. Discrimination is defined as the unequal treatment of a person or group of people. Discrimination in the workplace was made illegal by the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which protects U.S. citizens from being discriminated against due to his or her race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, when seeking a job ( Lee ). Although this act allowed many people to obtain certain jobs…

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    Unauthorized Immigration

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    Immigration has shaped the demography of Americans since colonial times. Immigration is an important issue the country faces today, misperceptions persist about fundamental aspects of this crucial topic such as the size and composition of the immigrant population, and how immigration affects the economy and the workforce in the U.S. Contrary to popular perception, less than half of all immigrants in the U.S are Hispanic or Latino. Approximately one-fifth of all immigrants are non-Hispanic white,…

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    Throughout history there has been great leaders. They all made different impacts on the world and have influenced people in many ways. Revolutions also played a huge part in these leader's contributions. Simon Bolivar was a leader that had social and political goals that influenced various countries, even though they were not accomplished. Simon Bolivar was an influential and great leader because he impacted many countries, was fair towards the people, and had goals he wanted to accomplish.…

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    Deportations is a start to a very in depth solution, and it is now when the United States needs to start acting to progressively solve this issue. The country is very split on how they feel about deportation, but it overall is in the best interest of the American people economically and it will better provide safety for the American people. It is proven that deportation not only works, but as well deters illegal immigrants. Donald Mann in his article, “The Unabated Flow of Illegal Immigrants…

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    Zayra Navarrete Mr. Mays Practical English 12 18 April 2016 Senior Research paper "If I die, nobody killed me. The only person who can kill Amado Carrillo is Amado Carrillo." noted by Pedro Ferriz de Con a journalist who interviewed Carrillo. Amado Carrillo story is a story that not many know. He is known for the second richest drug lord of his era. Amado Carillo was one of the world's most wanted drug lord at his time, also one of Mexico's most wanted criminal. Amado Carrillo Fuentes was born…

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