They seem to be a group of caring people that want help others not suffer needlessly with Celiac Disease. I really learned a lot from the group not only about the disease, but how it affects these people’s daily lives. There is nothing like learning things first hand from real people talking about a disease they have and how it affects them personally. It is much more meaningful than a textbook. I would try to find broader ways to reach the public by having gluten-free events and giving samples of gluten-free food at the Neighborhood Co-op Grocery Store.
Ethical formalism that is a deontological system because its determinant is motive or intent and not consequence. This is the system that the cops chose because they believed their motive was in fact good and they weren’t worried about getting caught. All the police officers where worried about in this situation was getting drugs off the street and taking off some of the pressure they were being put under by society. I believe that if Detective Griffiths would have not gotten shot and killed and this was a normal raid and drug but this situation never blows up like it did. It was a very unfortunate accident where everything that could go wrong went wrong and it ended up with a dead officer and a criminal that got to walk away with no punishment at all.
Posters were made and published everywhere, with biased messages designed to persuade people to do things that helped the war effort. Some of the posters would mock the men who weren’t fighting at war (you’re proud of your pals in the army of course! But what will your pals think of you? Think it over!) , some would tell people to save food and help the war (do with less, so they’ll have enough; save a loaf a week, help win the war), some would persuade women to go and work whilst their men fought, some used patriotism to lure people into the army (follow me, your country needs you; BRITONS you join your country’s army!
Infect, it is more like sharing and giving not just food, it could be anything that could help the poverties and I think one of the most important facts is to give them all the happiness you could. Throughout this assignment, I learnt a lot about how many people out there are having a very hard time while we are doing whatever we want to do and having a best time in our life. To prevent the poverty incensement, everyone have to volunteer around them whenever they have chance to do. So some time in our or their life we will learn and also until there are no poverties in the world so the world can be happy living forever.
The Puritan community in The Crucible was vulnerable in many ways and susceptible to irrational and panicky accusations of the Salem Witch Hunts because of their strict and constricting ways. The children in the community are treated very poorly and less than everyone else in the town. As the Salem Witch Hunts were essentially started by the children the fact that they were treated as lesser beings contributed to the communities demise. “He (Reverend Parris) regarded them as young adults, an until this strange crisis he, like the rest of Salem, never conceived that the children were anything but thankful for being permitted to walk straight, eyes slightly lowered, arms at their sides, and mouths shut until bidden to speak,” (Miller 3). Miller foreshadows the Witch Hunts to come.
At first, Dolores had believed that the accident wasn’t here fault, or at least wanted to. “Well, I’m not to blame!” (146) is what Dolores had told Mitchell Stephens when they were talking about the accident. However, after learning about what Nichole had done, which was put the blame on her, she reasoned that this was for the best and even felt grateful for it. “…whether they memorialized us or despised us, whether they cheered for our destruction or applauded our victory over adversity, they did it to meet their need, not ours. Which, since it could be no other way, which was exactly as it should be.” (254).
Gerda’s belief in faith in humanity is that people need to lead richer lives by helping those who have nothing. Even when Gerda was in a time where she needed a little faith in humanity, she still continued to reach out to others. In her memoir Gerda says, “I did not know her name or where she came from. I only knew that she was going to meet her death” (Klein 106). This text is from when Gerda gives her bowl of soup so a girl who was about to meet death.
Something that surprised me is that both of Gawande’s article connect. For example, in “Slow Ideas” he writes that a simple solution of sugar, salt, and water could eliminate cholera in Dhaka, but the solution wasn’t popular, many didn’t use it and people still died. Then, in “Big Med” Gawande writes that doctors know a solution for migraines, but doctors don’t use it or tell their patients about it. Here are ideas that could help people have a better living yet they are slow in being
I would have no desire to use, “the N-word” but to say that only one race is able to say the word is discriminating the other races when you think about it. When you complain about people using a word and then you use it you are not setting a good example and your request will not be taken seriously. Even if you were to agree with only African Americans being able to use this term, it still does not justify New South editors/publishers changing Twains original work. It was a commonly used term back then and anyone who is offended by the use of it should understand it is such an important
Has the idea of “freedom from fear” changed over time? The idea of “freedom from fear” has not changed over time, but the settings that we find ourselves in have. What has changed is how we’ve used it. When FDR used it, we were going through the Great Depression and America was struggling to have freedom from fear because of the situations and domestic problems we dealt with daily but FDR helped us recognize, with his speech, that we shouldn’t only be concerned with ourselves, but we should also be concerned with the wellness of other people because the wellness of other people actually does affect us and we need to live in the world where other people should have the same opportunities that we have fought for. Both speeches were used as