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  • Racial Segregation In The 1950's

    drinking from matching water fountains, going to a matching school, sharing duplicate buses, being friends with one another, and sharing a meal from the same table. We have somewhat evolved from that time frame. We grew knowing what was fair and unfair to the people throughout this country no matter what the color of your skin is. In 1950, Elliot Erwitt captured some of the truth of living in the past when Racial Segregation was unimaginably. The image that is shown is going to give us a little insight, see the world how it was and make us understand a little more of what was life when it was just white and black. The photo that was taking by Elliot Erwitt, there are two drinking fountains that are labeled. One says “White” for the white people, and the other one labeled “Colored” for the black people. When looking at both labels, they are different. It may not seem like there is any difference but there is. The label “White” is bold and has a big font to it where you can maybe see it from far away. And the “White” label has a more professional font like…

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  • ADA Credibility Checklist

    The sinks provided are (height, clear floor space) accessible. There is a sign indicating the accessible room with the International Symbol of Accessibility. Additional Access When amenities such as drinking fountains are provided, they should be accessible to individuals with disabilities. The drinking fountain provided onsite at the Home has a clear floor space in front for a forward approach. The drinking fountain is no higher than 36 inches above the floor and can be operated with one…

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  • Life Taker Of Souls: A Short Story

    It was okay, she was just another girl who did not understand me. At least she was gone now. Arriving at the water fountain, I looked into the shining water. The fountain was made of pure white stone with flecks of blue to cover it. Standing in the middle of the pool was a hooded man with one hand raised in front of him as if to stop someone. Water gushed out of where the man’s eyes were, but it was hard to tell because of the flickering light of the torches. A low stone wall made of the same…

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  • Shopping Center Assessment Paper

    of reach. In addition, the magazine and cd shelves were too deep to access items further back. Unless the client were using a reacher, assistance would be needed. Safety could come into play if a client were reaching for an item and it fell over on them. The checkout counters and area provided adequate space for a wheelchair to maneuver. The counters were 34 inches high and the card readers were 42 inches high. A slight reach may be required. Seating: The store didn’t provide any seating at…

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  • The Father Hugh Garner Character Analysis

    father to his scout dinner, it turns out badly. The father messes the evening up by drinking too much and turning into an angry man. When Johnny is presented with an award, his father decides to take Johnny's hand and put it in the air like he just won a boxing match. This embarasses Johnny and he does not want anything to do with his dad. You can see how the father’s character is shaped by the drinking and his actions at the dinner Your decisions can gravely impact your life. In “Dr.…

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  • Three Coins In The Fountain Film Analysis

    overlooked; however, when considering movies in the historical sense, it is vital that we consider the time period and how the movie was influenced by it. For the movie, Three Coins in the Fountain stylistic choices from clothing, scenery and cinematography all influence how the audience receives the message of a movie, and in this case, attempts to draw tourists into the city. During this time period, “In the 1950s the US government encouraged American vacation travel to western Europe as a…

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  • The Characters And Audience In Doubt: A Parable

    in the most peculiar way. And another thing. I think there was alcohol on his breath. There was alcohol on his breath."(Shanely 1476). This is a reason to raise alarms in one 's head but this is not enough to prove wrong doing on to Father Flynn. To Sister Aloysius, "Father Flynn embodies a rebellious liberal who contradicts the obedience and dogma that defines the church and her life."(Stefanovici 214). Sister Aloysius expresses her displeasure with Father Flynn in the meeting that he attends…

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  • Etruscan Mirrors Vs Cloud Gate Analysis

    Etruscan Mirrors Vs. Cloud Gate Modern versus Ancient, 2006 versus 300 B.C. and in some regards a culture versus a culture. The two pieces of art at face value are inconceivable to compare and seem distinctively different. Though, many differences there are a few similarities between the two pieces of art; The Etruscan Mirrors and The Cloud Gate that stem beyond the looks and into the symbolism and meaning for creation and the attempted message that the artists were trying to convey.…

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  • Our Souls In Slow Movement Analysis

    small pond or fountain. Along with that, an even further faded shade of that red is used as the color of the building in the background, and a pinker tone of that is the color of the flowers. These examples prove that it was intentional of Denis to use such colors to connect the sisters, the room, and the objects, along with the events occurring around them. Flowers are a main ornament in Denis’ Our Souls in Slow Movement, as well as in others from his collection. Marthe’s hand is placed…

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  • Duke Ellington Biography

    spent a lot of his time writing about how much he adored his mother and her musical abilities (Tucker). Perhaps this is what grew Duke’s love for the piano. However, Duke’s love for the piano wasn’t his first love. As a child, Duke was obsessed with everything baseball (PBS). Duke even said, “After all, baseball, football, track, and athletics were what the real he-men were identified with, and so they naturally were the most important to me,” (Tucker). Because of this, Duke got his first job as…

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