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    Bellevue Hospital

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    I work in a place that can be define as a cultural object of the state of New York, Bellevue Hospital, the first public hospital in US. It is located on First Avenue between 27th & 28th Street in Manhattan. Although, most people recognize Bellevue by its psychiatric service and/or because it is the one that serves the Ebola patients; the hospital offers an ample variety of medical specialties; it is a level one trauma center, a teaching hospital and a prison. Different factors calls my…

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    didn’t even care about. I always was fascinated by New York City since I have always thought of it as the capital of the world. I grew up in Queens, NY so I was no stranger to the city. Every Christmas or special occasion my family and I visited Manhattan and every one of those visits I fell in love with the lights and the atmosphere. I loved knowing that there was so much to do at my doorstep. So when I entered my second semester of my freshman year I knew that I wanted to learn about the city…

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    Persuasive Speech

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    I’m sure that some of you sitting in the audience would agree with me when I say East New York, Brooklyn has changed tremendously. There used to be a time when the streets in this neighborhood felt safe. Random shootings, robbery and rapes was nonexistent. You could send your kids outside to play feeling positive that they would return unharmed. At any time of the night, sitting on the stoops of your home enjoying the night time breeze and the sound of kids playing, having fun was a thing of…

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    She fought to hold the bagel she’d had for breakfast down as she observed the businessmen and women in their expensive clothes rush in and out of the offices. The atmosphere here was busy and fast paced. Discouraged, she second-guessed herself now as she hid behind her dark, long, wavy tresses and realized she didn’t belong here. The positive attitude that helped push her through the front door and make it to the receptionist was fading fast. Despite her reservations, she was determined to break…

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    Occupy Wall Street was a local and international movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Liberty Square Manhattan Financial District, that caused the recession. This people-powered movement raised awareness that there was social and economic inequality worldwide. The argument was that the 1% of the wealthiest Americans were paying less for their taxes than the average Americans. There needed to be a reduction within the gap between the rich and the poor. This angered Americans and…

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    From the time one sets foot in New York City everything feels different, the atmosphere, the people, the scenery. New York is a whole other world set apart from the real world. It is seen as the place to be in order to conquer dreams. The place where one goes to “make it big.” It is a symbol of freedom, history, and entertainment. While I was in New York I gained an insight into just how free and beautiful our country really is. It truly changes a person and their appreciation for society.…

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    Subway Attack Report

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    Being originally from Washington, D.C., I spent my childhood riding the subway with my parents from the city to the suburbs. We would pick up our car at the local park-and-ride down the street from our home, and then repeat the same process the next day. During the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, because of the subway, my parents had quick and easy access to my daycare center. With the said, according to the Department of Transportation, statistical data revealed that from…

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    As a child growing up I loved my neighborhood, it was a place where everybody knew everybody. I lived only a few buildings away from Yankee Stadium. The streets seemed to be crime free and everyone got along. I remember playing double Dutch with my friends, my older cousins picking me up from the school bus and playing in Ms Rays bushes. I never witness or heard of any crimes growing up in my neighborhood I guess it’s because my mother kept me away from it all, but that all changed with time. As…

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    Before moving to the United States, I was so impressed with the western lifestyle that I started watching American movies and music video clips and I started dreaming about being in the united states one day, so I could finish my education and go back to my country Chad to start a good life and be around my family and friends. However, I did not anticipate what I had to do to survive in the united states. After I obtained my high school…

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    Essay On Five Points

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    During the Civil War times, New York was full of many slums, including Five Points in Manhattan. It was full of gangs, crimes and several bars. It was full of many Irish immigrants trying to escape the Great Famine in Ireland. Five Points was considered one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in New York. This paper will tell you all about the neighborhood of Five Points. Five Points was completely made up of immigrants. Irish people came to escape the Great Famine, and many of them also lived…

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