Both Al Sharpton and Dr. King both did great things for the country Reverend Al Sharpton is an activist from New York City who became famous in the 1980s for his protests against police brutality and racial injustice. As a child, Sharpton was ordained as a minister and was known as the "boy wonder" preacher of the Washington Temple Church of God. Part activist and part entertainer, he founded the National Youth Movement right out of high school. He ran unsuccessfully for president of the United States in 2004. Al Sharpton and Dr. King were very alike when it came to protesting.
Is your daily life different because of gaining citizenship? ___Gaining a citizenship has changed my life in many ways which leads to what really inspired me to become a US citizen. I now have the right to vote and have a voice. I have rights; I can get certain beneﬁts when it comes to my education. My daily life has changed because I have been able to accomplished a lot in life, thanks to my education Do you feel the process was worthwhile?
3.Following the earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010, Twitter reaffirmed its role as a powerful tool for the DISSEMINATION of information. synonym=communicate I chose the word communicate because i read an article that said twitter was a way to communicate with thousands of people around the globe. 4.Additionally, it became an effective fund-raising PLATFORM, when the Red Cross launched a mobile giving campaign that surpassed all expectations. synonym=stage I chose the word stage because a platform is a raised floor and a stage is also raised off the floor. 5.High-profile users tweeted about the DRIVE to help victims of the earthquake, and many of their followers tweeted and re-tweeted the message, helping the Red Cross raise more than $8 million through text messaging within 48 hours of the quake.
The Local Hip-Hop community is behind this movement in such a big way that the youth will listen to what’s being said because they look up to half of the local Rappers, Deejay’s, and Entertainment companies that’s out here today. We have started a page on Face Book that will be dedicated to the youth of Charleston to express their feelings and concerns, to hear what they feel needs to be done in order for us to help them. Timetable | Description of Work | Start and End Dates | Phase One | Picking teams to play in the game | Nov-26-2011 | Phase Two | Gathering all the sponsor | Dec-3-2011 | Phase Three | Game Time | Dec-17-2011 | We will like to start picking teams as soon as Nov-26-2011 We will have gather all sponsor by
Andrés Ramos English 3104- 144 J. Penner Neil Labute’s A Gaggle of Saints: Inside the mind of a Homophobe A Gaggle of Saints, play written by Neil Labute a young Mormon couple separately recount the violent events of an anniversary weekend in New York City. Primarily their intentions for going to New York was to go to a big “Bash” to celebrate at the plaza hotel but finally it turned out to the beating to death of a gay man. The play is itself is narrated by Sue and John the Mormon couple mentioned before but both reminisce the events differently and so the play is narrated by both and their monologues contrast each other throughout the entire play. Furthermore we will analyze the figure of John, his mentality and why/how the play critiques the homophobic mentality. In A Gaggle of Saints by Neil Labute, the sense of violence is felt from beginning to end in fact the way the couple, John and sue, met was in fact a violent one.
1.4, 7.4 The benefits to working in a diverse workforce is that it gives me confidence to talk to people that are different age, gender, race, religion etc. I can learn things that I previously wouldn’t be able to do if we were all the exact same. The different ideas can impact directly on the way I work and can help me to become more efficient. Working in a diverse workforce means that I need to remember the organisational procedures and legal requirements regarding discrimination legislation in the work place, I need to respect others and their points of view. 1.5, 7.2 It is very important to be aware of any serious issues a person is having as their workload may be affecting them.
Revision of NCLB Felicia Laster EDU623: Introduction to Teaching & Learning (MRA1231B) Instructor: Deborah Naughton August 6, 2012 The NCLB legislation was important in that it was an early bi-partisan success with Congressmen, with Senators from both political parties contributing to its authorship. The NCLB also created new programs that are still in place today, like the Reading First Initiative, which has changed the way many low-income school districts teach and assess students in grades K-3. The main provisions of this legislation stipulate that schools will be classified as successful by 2014. Critics of NCLB take issue with the 13-year time frame. Research by the National Reading Panel conducted in 2008 indicated
Satisfaction A. Becoming a spokesperson is both rewarding and fulfilling, and the career offers a variety of options for people of all personalities and interests. If you enjoy politics and campaigning, you can work for a political candidate, a governor, a member of Congress, or even the president. If you would rather work in big business, you can begin a career as a spokesperson for a public relations agency or in a corporation. If you love helping others and serving in the community, working for a nonprofit organization might suit you.
It is difficult to narrow down many instances in which I have showed great leadership. I am looked at as a leader and have taken many responsibilities for various group projects. I have discovered a lot about fairness, compromise, and sacrifice to become a “good” leader. Often I have had to sacrifice my own free time and personal desires just for the benefit of others. I believe this is the most important quality in being a leader, the ability to sacrifice individual time and desires for the gain of the people that you are leading.
It has given me the confidence to achieve those goals I made years ago as a freshman. FFA has given me opportunities to get out of my quiet comfort zone and into a leadership role as a mentor to younger FFA members. I have learned that in order to become a successful FFA member, I had to meet new people. I have enjoyed every opportunity that FFA has given me to participate in up to this point in my FFA experience. I have learned many life lessons that I will carry on in