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    Before the gas chambers and furnaces Hitler has having Nazi soldiers line Jews up to be shot in the back. No graves were dug for the Jews. Hitler had them dig enormous holes to toss all of the bodies in like garbage. The mass graves would get so packed full with rotting corpses that body fluids and god knows what else would shoot out of the ground where the bodies were buried. Dying in a gas chamber and being cremated sounds a…

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    My biggest personal challenge in social action and community advocacy is in learning with the community, gathering its history, and having the passion to build relationships with others. I learned this while working within a recovery setting, which proved to be very challenging. But helping women at the program gain a new outlook on their own recovery, for the better, was a challenge I was up for. Understanding the importance of community and relationship is the key to success. Keywords:…

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    “We wish you a Merry Christmas, and a happy New Year!” The special time of the year is slowly approaching. What a better way to celebrate “the best time of the year” than by attending the annual Hopeful Christmas Party. The Hopeful Christmas Party is an organization which assists the needy people within the community by giving them an opportunity to eat food and giving them gifts. It is an all-day event that has intriguing activities, delicious food, and more. The Hopeful Christmas Party will be…

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    skills and many of the activities help with the areas that Trenton has the most difficulty with such as catching hopping/skipping. One activity listed that I think Trenton would benefit the most from is called Crazy catch Game, to play this game you toss and a ball and forth starting at a distance of four feet and then increasing the distance as the child better at catching and throwing. Each activity has instructions and the materials need to do the activity, such as a ball, a ribbon, or a…

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    Wendell Berry (b. 1934), a farmer and environmental activist, explores in his essay “Eating for Pleasure” (1990) about the controversial issue of industrialized and processed foods that urban inhabitants consume on daily basis. The problem, he argues, is that because the food industry has unnaturally modified its produce, people no longer create a connection between food and it’s agricultural process, and therefore, people lose pleasure from consuming food. Eating with pleasure is essential…

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    Films that have high levels of tension and viewer relevancy while maintaining minimum unrealism will attract those who enjoy watching horror films. On the other hand, these characteristics could be the exact reason why some do not enjoy horror films. Watching horror films has both positive and negative effects on its viewers’ mental health, thoughts, creativity, and actions and reasons for watching them or not may vary. Some would compare it to a roller coaster ride. Heart rate increases, palms…

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    and now at 18, I can say I’ve skydived. As cliché as it sounds, making the most out of life is ask I’ve really asked myself to do. Senior year was coming into a close, and me, being myself could not possibly let senior year pass me by as a simple toss of an overpriced cap and a few soppy hugs. At the time skydiving was at the top of my bucket list. With no second thought, I asked my close friend Patti to join me. After proposing the idea to her in person, we went out and bought our tickets.…

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    In “The Harlem Dancer,” Claude McKay describes a woman who is performing to a crowd of youths through the eyes of an audience member. The narrator seems to be explaining everything that has to do with her body and appearance, rather than what she is actually thinking. He later realizes that she is unhappy while performing, though it is still unknown as to what the dancer is thinking. The use of tone and diction reveals that she is actually distancing herself from her reality due the traumatic…

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    Dangers Of Clowns

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    As I got older I became more afraid of clowns. My sister asks, "what wrong with clowns?" I wanted to tell her what happened, but she is too young to understand. So, I told her, "they are just scary." I've always been afraid of clowns, just never told the whole story. Even though she won't understand, I tell her the story anyway. The strange looking man approaches me, fake nose burnt, hair burnt, and makeup smudged. He says, "HEY THERE KIDDO! HOW ARE YOU DOING TODAY?" I can feel myself…

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    Failure- I failed immensely during the end of my sophomore year of high school. Through a vigilant consideration of my eating habits as well as my vexing emotions towards dining with others, I accepted I had an infatuation with food. In less than 4 months, I gained 17.2 pounds, which lead me to discover that I possessed drastic symptoms for Binge Eating Disorder. I overcame my eating disorder, by focusing on playing softball and controlling my stress, I lost 12 pounds over the summer. I started…

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