Realities Of The Jane And Finch Community

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Realities of the Jane and Finch community with its public and/ or media image Marianne Williamson: “In every community there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart there is the power to do it.” A community is defined as " a group of people having common interests or living in one locality.” Relatively speaking, no community is errorless. Although one’s faults may be many, it is our primary focus that determines our downfall. Joseph Addison rightly said, “a true critic ought to dwell upon excellencies rather than imperfections, to discover the concealed beauties of a writer, and communicate to the world such things as are worth their observation.’ Let it be known that these imperfections in our community are what the media lives for; their job is to entice the general public through the exaggeration of stories. This has been the cause of gossip today. Furthermore, why are the flaws of this community being outshined by our excellence and moreover being exaggerated more than they truly are? The community I am referring to is Jane and Finch, a community that is the greatest place to live because its diversity strengthens development, its opportunities are endless and its people are connected through platonic love. The people in this community know that what really counts is who they are inside, hence opposing the media’s efforts and the publics misconception. Jane and finch is known for its high population in immigrants and by many(especially the media) it is automatically assumed to be a poor community. On the contrary, immigration is what accents the level of diversity which has proven to be the strength and development of the community. In other words, it is the multiculturalism that highlights the community and creates an atmosphere of belonging to all cultures, especially immigrants who are
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