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    operated completely by black women. “From 1908 to 1935, as chairperson of its Board of Managers, she oversaw the provision of medical, recreational, employment, and educational services to Atlanta 's African-American neighborhoods.” John Hope became a professor at the Atlanta Baptist College, presently known as Morehouse College. John’s promotion to school president later played a fundamental role in Lugenia’s efforts to rebuild the black community. Hope’s Community Building Model Hope to enlisted the help of Morehouse students. Beginning in the West Fair neighborhood adjacent to Morehouse College, the students gathered and recorded pertinent demographic data and used the findings to evaluate, identify and implement welfare programs for the underprivileged. Morehouse College expanded to include a space for daycare, kindergartens and recreational facilities. The Union divided the city into districts. Each district had a board of directors that investigated the living conditions in the designated area. Because of its’ effectiveness and resourcefulness, this blueprint became an international model for community building. From 1909 to 1913, the Neighborhood Union used lobbying and the data collected by Morehouse students to battle community giants like the Atlanta Board of Education and the Atlanta City Council to increase teacher’s salaries, build new schools, sponsor health clinics and afterschool programs. The Neighborhood Union began providing political advocacy pushing…

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    Spelman College was never my “dream school” or one of the schools I planned on attending. After getting rejected from my top two schools, North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I began to lose all hope. I became very lost, I didn’t know where I was going to school because I wasn’t really interested in any other schools. My friend Michael, who was planning to attend Morehouse College, was the one who motivated me to apply to Spelman. At first I was…

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    religious leader martin luther.(name) King martin grew up in a loving environment a place where they loved him and took much care for him while he was growing up in Atlanta Georgia martin entered public school at age 5 while growing up he was a good kids his parents loved him on may 1936 baby martin was baptized the event was okay but not much attention of it because his grandmother had a little bit of struggling ( baby) martin was only 12 when his grandmother died of a heart attack it hit him…

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    Franklin Frazier was another criminologist that I found interesting. He studied in sociology and was deemed uncommon in his era for an African American. He was born in 1894 in Baltimore, Maryland. He studied at Howard University and social work in New York. He was able to obtain bachelor’s degree in 1916 which is encouraging because in those times there were so many obstacles that had to be dealt with in those times. He began teaching at the Morehouse College. His contributions toward…

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    Cause Of Success Essay

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    based on the basis of success and I plan not to stray away from what my family has accomplished. Morehouse is another great chapter in my book gearing me towards my degree. Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy is the cause of my success; SACA’s structure helped me to think more deeply, the uniformity taught me discipline, and the workload helped prepare me for college. Southwest Atlanta Christian academy is the cause for my success. Without SACA I do know if I would have made it to…

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    Ivy League Vs Hbcus

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    College is an important part of a person's life. At college, one discovers who they truly are and develops themselves into adults that are ready for the real world. A person should always attend a school that fosters self-growth, a spirit of friendship and family, as well as a love for learning. College is a big step that comes with many questions such as public or private? large or small? Ivy League or HBCU? This research project will observe, compare, and contrast the differences between the…

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    and sounds. Learning and education is a huge part of every individual 's life; children start schooling at an early age and continue to go to school for many years. Everyone is taught from an early age that we need to go to school until the twelfth grade and then after graduation they need to go to college. After the student graduates they need to decide if secondary education is what they absolutely need/want. Postsecondary education is a stepping stone for millennials everywhere; therefore…

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    I am writing to apply to the Director of Summer Session Initiatives position at Georgia Institute of Technology. This opportunity is appealing and I believe that my professional experience, education, and training make me a competitive candidate. I recently earned my doctorate in Educational Leadership from Clemson University, where my research focused on parent and family engagement practices in pre-collegiate summer programs. My qualifications are outlined below: I have nearly 10 years…

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    Tupac Learning Experience

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    that, if given enhanced guidance he could have gone on to accomplish many things. Sometimes you have to go be on listening to the beat of a song to really hear the lyrics. Going to this exhibit was beneficial to me because I learned a big lesson, what you see is never what something really is. Meaning before this event I always saw Tupac as that thug rapper from the hood. I did not know he was a man who wrote poems that encouraged the youth to make a change. One of the lines from his poem…

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    These institutes are called Trade Schools. Trade schools typically offer different programs of study that require the same exact general education requirements across the board. For example, ITT Technical Institute has different programs of study such as their Bachelors of Business and Bachelors of Information Systems and Technology both require the same general education requirements. The descriptions given by ITT Tech doesn’t seem to appeal to student’s emotions (pathos), but it does seem to…

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