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    Mary McLeod Bethune is the world’s greatest leader Educator, humanitarian and American civil rights leader, born July 10, 1875, a child of former slaves Growing up as a child from former slaves she realized the cruel intentions on how this country and decides to make a diversity She is the only child out of her 17 siblings that has an education in which also she was the youngest of her siblings She says, " Invest in the human soul Who knows, it might be a diamond in the rough" She values humans for the fact of knowing the history of slavery and the power and ability to overcome it It 's figurative meaning refers to unpolished diamonds that has potential to have more value once polished She is chief for creating equality for race and gender…

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    Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune was born to parents of slavery, but was a child that was born into freedom. Before Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune became a leader she was just a child who worked in the cotton fields with her family to earn money. As a child, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune was so fascinated about books and education, but was corrupted by a child who said she couldn’t read because she was black. A lot of opportunities came her way to further her education so she attended and excelled in school in…

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    Most African Americans are not aware of their history. Rarely, do they recognize or honor figures before their time that helped make a change for the future. Mary McLeod Bethune, a woman from poverty, becomes one of the nation’s African American leaders of her time. Bethune’s life consisted of three different careers: an educator, an essential figure to the creation of Bethune-Cook Man College in Dayton Beach, Florida; along with founder and president of the National Council of Negro Women. She…

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    Mary McLeod Bethune was a teacher and a social equality lobbyist who lived from 1875 until 1955. She was conceived in South Carolina to previous slaves. She finished Scotia Seminary for Girls and trusted that training was the way to progressing racial correspondence. In 1904 she established what is today known as the Bethune-Cookman College took after by the National Council of Negro Women in the year 1935. She proceeded as a teacher and extremist until her demise in 1955. Growing up poor, she…

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    Introduction Mary McLeod Bethune’s My Last Will and Testament reflects on a lifetime of educational research and activism. She wrote this as a beacon for the advancement of negro men and women. She had few possessions to leave when she passed, but had a wealth of experiences she could share with others. Ideas About Higher Education Bethune views higher education from a holistic approach with a focus on the developmental aspect on both the individual and group levels. In the article she states,…

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    Pet Peeves Research Paper

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    There are many things that aggravate me, makes me upset, or just down right mad. These things are referred as pet peeves; consequently, I have several of them. My pet peeves are squeaking erasers, people gossiping and people talking loud. In most classrooms, I notice that students use pencils with jacked up erasers. The noise of erasers just irks me. The sound of them are just awful. It sounds as if someone is scratching nails along a blackboard. I just cannot take the noise at all. Whenever I…

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    I volunteered as a tutor at Saint Mary 's bridge Home through the PULSE program this year. Working with a population of disenfranchised youth at Saint mary 's center taught me one key lesson that I would like to bring to the Student Technology Specialist position; Computer Science and Math is for everyone. No matter who it is or what type of school system they have been subjected to, If you have a passion you can lean. Wrestling with STEM study alongside these children taught me the only thing…

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    the middle of the East and West. Many people might traveled from Europe to China for the variety of raw materials, such as silk. Therefore, Jerusalem can be the city with many different beliefs, cultures and products. For example, Virgin and Child Enthroned and the Crucifixion painting, and the wool material, Piece of Carpet with Geometric Design, shows that Jerusalem is a significant city of the Silk Road. The painting, Virgin and Child Enthroned and the Crucifixion, was painted around ca.…

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    In Elizabeth Browning’s pleading letter to Napoleon III, Elizabeth uses many rhetorical devices in order to convince the Emperor of France to pardon Hugo. She flatters His Majesty Napoleon III in an attempt to win his goodwill. Second, she uses syntax in order to create an intelligent letter. Finally, she thoroughly explains her purposes to Napoleon. Thus using flattery, syntax, and logos, Browning was able to effectively persuade Napoleon III to pardon Hugo,had of course he sent the letter.…

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    It is interesting to note that, included in the set of Suffrages as the very first prayer is an illustration devoted to St. Anne in St. Anne Instructing the Virgin (Fol. 13). It is no accident that the first suffrage in this prayer book is dedicated to the saint with the same name as the patron; certainly, this primary position was deliberately chosen, indicating the particular devotion to this saint that Anne de Bretagne had. The inclusion of St. Anne is not only significant because of the…

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