People from New York City

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  • How Did The Wall Street Bombing Affect Our Society

    1920, a bomb exploded along Wall Street, executing 38 individuals and left many harmed. The Wall Street Bombing was the most bad fear in the United States until the Oklahoma City assault in 1995 and the 9/11 assaults on the World Trade Center. The bomb's objective was to be the House of Morgan, which was a block over the road from where the explosive had been left out. The Wall Street Bombing is a case of treachery for the Americans that died and injured because of the level of the atrocity and…

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  • Ethical Issues In Nail Salons

    Introduction Painting nails are very popular everywhere in the last few decades. There are many professional manicurists. In the New York City, numerous nail salons which are run by foreigners exist, especially Asian are managing including immigrants. There are two articles about the reality of the nail salons in New York City and these article show that many issues that a government or society are supposed to make strategies for improvements. Summary Sarah, M.N. (2015) states that there are…

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  • Five Points Research Paper

    Pond was located just north of today’s City Hall. This pond was the root of spring water for Dutch inhabitants of downtown Manhattan. In the neighborhood of Collect Pond, people began disposing waste in the pond from the tanneries and slaughterhouses that consumed the neighborhood which gave the pond and surrounding areas a filthy stench. Because of this mess, it was decided to fill in all 48 acres of this…

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  • Narrative Essay: New York City Vs. Las Vegas

    something so new that I wasn’t accustomed to. I was more worried about college than the roaring of the storm outside my window. “Take this,” my grandmother whispered, interrupting my thoughts. She passed me a handheld candle. “Thank you,” I whispered back, taking the candle and holding it up to the foggy window. It was difficult to comprehend how a week ago I was in the United States in the middle of a beautiful, sunny summer with my friends. Now, I was in…

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  • Laguardia Airport Description

    Any one landing in New York City from the LaGuardia Airport, is going to find themselves at East Elmhurst. They will be greeted by single family homes who front lawns are decorated with green grass patches, it is quite the opposite image one would expect to see when landing in New York City. They might be taken aback when they realize they are seeing the Manhattan skyline at a distance from where they are standing, in East Elmhurst. While the skyline views are breathtaking, so is the…

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  • Essay On New Haven

    New Haven, a city in Connecticut, is notable for undergoing major changes during the city’s existence. It doesn’t offer images glamorous and lavish lifestyle like major US cities, or the dream of someone coming into this city and having it change their entire life. Nonetheless, it offers the idea of the American Dream, New Haven is a city where one can own a house a among the most modern and sophisticated infrastructures. Its history of development and redevelopment is an uncommon story,…

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  • Dementia Case Studies

    Dementia Dementia Overview Dementia is a term used to define a category of brain diseases that involve a long-term, generally fatal and gradual decrease in a person’s ability to think and function in their daily life, with memory loss being a common symptom (Alzheimer’s Assoication, 2014). The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, which makes up around 60% of cases, with vascular dementia (25%) and Lewy body dementia (15%) also being prominent causes of symptoms (Alzheimer’s…

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  • Children In New York Classroom: Neighborhood Analysis

    in depth in studying my neighborhood from the beginning of the Children in New York Class and I can definitely say that I have learn a lot about my neighborhood that I didn’t have no knowledge about. The fact that Brownsville is known as one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Brooklyn and I have been living here for so many years and wasn’t aware of that. My perspective sure did change, due to the fact that there is such a high percentage of 23.4% of people living under the poverty line…

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  • Historical Description Of Newspaper From July 20, 1865

    Newspaper from July 20, 1865: Newspapers such as the New York Times can show later generations of what is important to a society of that time period. By reading the various articles and headlines, there is a good sense of what the world of that time was paying attention to and what was weighing on everyone’s minds. The New York Times on July 20, 1865 examined all issues that could be considered social, political, economic or of high-interest to its readers of the time. The headline for the New…

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  • Frisk History

    History of Racial Bias with New York Police Department Stop and Frisk Policy New York utilize constitutional laws to govern its state, they relied on constitutional guidelines, for example; New York did not incorporate an express protection from unreasonable searches and seizures into the state constitution until 1938, relying instead upon Section 8 of the Civil Rights La. Section 12 of Article I of the State Constitution contains two paragraphs, the first identical to the Fourth Amendment and…

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