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    this may vary depending on the location the individual resides. The Opportunity for an individual living in New York City will differ from that of an individual living in Houston, Texas or Montgomery, Alabama. The New York City and New Jersey metropolitan area are condensed which makes travel of the economic areas possible, which lends itself to voluntary segregation. Whereas, when a comparison is made of the greater Houston area, Wikipedia reports as approximately ten-thousand square miles compared to New York City at three hundred and five square miles; where the difference is transportation. In New York the transportation system makes economic opportunity easier with a robust subway system and easy access to taxis; whereas in Houston choosing voluntary segregation will limit economic opportunity. Even with a car the commute in Houston can be forty plus miles one way; while it may be possible to take a bus from the outer areas of Houston and traveling to different areas in the city the burden is huge; this would result in lower economic opportunity; individuals would be forced to work in and around their specific community. An example would be the difference between an accountant traveling forty miles to his office versus someone commuting forty miles to work at McDonalds. Speaking of New York City and Houston involves communities that have active and interoperable communities, but in a country as large as America, there are many communities that by choice choose isolation…

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    people need to exercise, but often times refrain from doing so, or they easily give up, due to the lack of proper training programs available. Richardson acknowledged it was time to do something. It was time to revolutionize the fitness industry. Upon his return to the Houston area, Richardson soon realized that Houstonians were tired of the same old workout routines, or the fitness clubs that specialize in just one type of classes; for example, yoga studios, CrossFit clubs, Zumba studios, etc. …

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    his speeches whether he was aware of it or not he used rhetorical devices to get whatever point he was trying to get across to the people. In John F. Kennedy’s Greater Houston Ministerial Association speech, he used, Amplification, Anaphora, and Antimetabole to establish…

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    I am as of now satisfying my enthusiasm as Texas Southern University (TSU) social work intern at Interfaith Ministries Greater Houston – Meals on Wheels (MOW) which is located on 3303 Main St. Houston TX. 77002. “In 1955, the Houston Council of Churches dispatched Interfaith Ministries (IM) ancestor association, the Church Welfare Bureau, to sort out the Protestant group to clergyman to those in need. In 1964, the Bureau was revamped as Protestant Charities, a gathering that was joined and…

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    Keith both have centers in Houston Texas. Sysco’s headquarter are located in Houston. This gives them a greater advantage in the area. They are well known in the Houston area and their distributions centers are located around the United States. Sysco is currently generating sales of $46 billion. Ben E. Keith is only generating $3.4 Billion. Performance food group is also a very strong competitor for Ben E. Keith. They also operate in the southern area of the United States. Performance food group…

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    Cost Of Living In Houston

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    reasons an ever increasing number of people relocate to the greater Houston area. For one, more jobs are created in the area than anywhere in the country, with Houston adding two jobs for everyone lost during the last recession. It is also home to 26 Fortune 500 countries. Houston is known for having a medical center larger than downtown Dallas. The city is known for its thriving cultural and restaurant scene, and is home to six major professional sports teams, including the Astros in major…

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    Traffic In Houston Essay

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    As a group, we will be presenting on traffic as an ongoing problem within the city of Houston. Illustrated through our speech will be a comparison of Houston’s traffic to other cities in the United States. We will also discuss current plans to alleviate the issue and how it is working out for us as a city, future plans to help with our cities traffic congestion, as well as other possible outcomes that we as Houstonians have yet to look into. We will go into detail with each section to explain…

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    March 26, 2018 To: Ellen Cohen, Mayor Pro-Tem of Houston City Council From: Janet Asante, Chief Environmental Science officer for the Houston Health Department Re: Urban Houston Communities Suffering from Pollution after Hurricane Harvey Background and History: Hurricane Harvey is the first hurricane to hit the Texas coast since Ike in 2008 and the first major hurricane to hit Texas since Brett in 1999. Houston, which was founded on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou in 1836 and rises barely above…

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    Although there are several similarities between Houston and San Antonio cities, there are many obvious differences between them as mention in this essay. Having the experience to live in two different cities gave me different perspectives of each one. In my opinion, San Antonio is way better than Houston for many, many reasons. San Antonio and Houston have many different type of attractions. First off San Antonio owns a river called “river walk”, families and couples go there very often to…

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    Hurricane Katrina not only left the entire city underwater, it left thousands of people homeless, displaced, or dead. As I sat alone in my room watching the documentary, America’s Deadliest Storm, I could not help but think of how Katrina affected me. At the time, I was just eight years old and beginning the fourth grade. Looking back, I had no idea that this storm would be a life changing event. The documentary details the days leading up to the landfall of the hurricane in New Orleans;…

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