The citizens of Anderson, Indiana know that the town has its ups and downs. From the outside looking in Anderson appears to be a safe and peaceful place to live. However , Anderson has a major problem with crime that needs to be immediately addressed. It’s really not a super bad place to live at all, it’s so small everybody know each other especially on the westside of town. Anderson has a issue with crime but also drugs as well.
This paper focuses on an in depth community assessment of the past, present, and future of Shelby, Mississippi. Shelby was once a banner cotton center of Bolivar County. Shelby residents were once referred to as some of the most hospitable and happy people in the state. Shelby, Mississippi was also considered as one of the wealthiest towns per capita of the entire Mississippi Delta. Throughout the years, Shelby has changed from being a place of prosperity to a place needing revitalization. Many businesses have opened and closed in Shelby. Community development in Shelby would allow the town to compete with other small towns in the Mississippi Delta.
The preference of government officials matters in significant approaches to the everyday existence of American natives. Choices by concealed civil servants influence the wellbeing of our homes, the nature of our air and water, the states of our working environments, the security of our shores, the instruction of our kids, and the powerlessness of our national security, and the surety of banks and protection. Day by day, about each resident in the United States interacts with an agent of the neighborhood, state, or government administration either in the occupation of a cop, firefighter, or postal specialist. All of these agents are supposed to be trusted by the American people. Police brutality, race, and increase of government authority are all factors that are discussed in this research paper. Further explained in the paper is the relation between those factors and Dymond Milburn.
The government makes one of the biggest contributions to the welfare of the family by providing financial safety. The problem is that the government fails to show any concern for these families unless it is brought to their attention, and even then nothing is changed. The lack of interest by the housing authorities leads to the neglect of Horner for over fifteen years. “The rotting carcasses explained the putrid odor rising from the Riverses’ toilet. It wasn’t aborted fetuses, as LaJoe had though. It was dead animals, the stench of rotting flesh rising through the pipes” (Kotlowitz 241). The government leaves the projects to fend for themselves, which increased the communities’ turmoil. If the government and the people worked together, more problems could be solved.
New Orleans, Louisiana is a city known for its historic beauty. Everything in Down Town New Orleans has a long history. Whether the histories are beautiful or distasteful they tell our city’s story. In 1960 Jackson Square was declared a national historic landmark due to its growing popularity. New Orleans was built around Place d’Armes which was the original name of Jackson Square (Wegmann). Place d’Armes was changed to Jackson Square shortly after Jackson’s death in honor of him (Wegmann). A few short
Centerville lays one-hundred miles southwest of New Orleans, on current US 90. Here one experiences a small rural area along the Bayou Tech, part of St. Mary’s Parish, “Hoodoo country,” Louisiana! Even today’s National Register of Historic Places testifies to St. Mary Parish’s former glory as it has twenty-seven historic plantation homes and other buildings listed on the 2011 list.1 But
“Who am I?” is a broad question that will change over the course of my lifetime. Currently I define myself as a white Catholic woman who is religious and independent. I am also a college student studying to become a social studies teacher. I am in a relationship, but still open to religious life. My relationship defines a part of who I am and who I want to become. This definition of who I am will not be the same in years to come, but this is who I am currently. My view of the human experience will also change over time, but right now there are four pillars of the human experience: education, community, religion, and nature. These pillars are things I believe everyone experiences in their life. The readings I have done in this class has helped me define the human experience and develop who I am. “The Allegory of the Cave,” “Declaration of Independence,” “Ingroup and Outgroup,” “Human Nature,” and “Religious Diversity” are the five readings that have had the most impact on the meaning of the human experience and who I am.
Have you ever felt unsafe in your neighborhood? Maybe you didn’t feel safe letting your child go outside or leaving your car in the street overnight. Sixty-six percent of Liberty Greens community members surveyed from the ages of fourteen to fifty say that in the past they have felt unsafe in Liberty Greens. Throughout the ten years of living in this neighborhood, I have witnessed many members of the neighborhood complaining about the bikes and cars that have been stolen straight out of their driveway. So why is this happening and how can we stop it? Liberty Greens’ crime rate is too vast and therefore the neighborhood should be monitored by video cameras and checked upon daily by the Painesville City Police Department.
The book takes place in the 1940s in mostly the plantation outside of Bayonne, Louisiana, and parts of the book take place in Bayonne, Louisiana. Bayonne is a larger town of about six thousand with all services and buildings for whites uptown, and all those for blacks in the back of town. There were schools, movie theaters, and nightclubs in both the white and black sides of town, but the
There is a huge controversy in Elmwood Place, Ohio, whether or not they should install cameras to record traffic violations and mail out citations. Many argue that having these cameras installed is necessary due to the short amount of police officers in the village and the fear of dangerous drivers. People explain how this village had a limited amount of resources for this solution and installing these traffic cameras can help keep the village as a whole. Supports say that the cameras stretch a town’s ability to enforce the law, which then results in safer driving and a safer environment for others. Opponents argue that these traffic cameras cause an “atmosphere of distrust and uneasiness” hung over the village. They also believe that traffic
In the 1970’s a program named the “Safe and Clean Neighborhoods Program” was implemented in twenty-eight cities across the state of New Jersey. By taking police officers out of their patrol cars and into the neighborhoods, walking the beat, the program aimed to improve the wellbeing of communities as a whole. The effects of this program gave groundbreaking insight to the role law enforcement plays in providing the conformity necessary for a community to feel a sense of pride and security. The program also gave way to new understandings of how a community’s aesthetics can either discourage or entice criminal behavior. Ultimately, research following the enactment of the program provided a comprehensive look into the degression of a community’s safety as it becomes increasingly less respected by it’s inhabitants.
The state of Louisiana, just like most of the other states, experience certain issues such as, poverty, crime and health related issues. According to Figure 3 from the article “Louisiana Health Care Landscape” Blacks and people between the ages of 0
" 'But I don't want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness, I want sin' "(Huxley 215). In Brave New World people lives were different and they had different believes they were not allowed to feel emotion because as the Director said emotions are unstable. They were conditioned to think the way their world is formed is perfect, but actually it isn't. Emotions could be unstable, but is better to feel them instead of being an inhumane person that doesn't feel anything. People have to paid a price that they didn't choose and that is unjust for them because they have to take what is giving to them.
Social service agencies have played in intricate role in our society for many years. They are rooted in the values of charity work, preventing poverty, inequality, and injustice. Social service agencies aim is to maintain the national declaration on Human Rights by having different agencies in the community that is tailored for the specific needs and skills for society. Though, they are many the agency in which I found to be empowering, and supportive that places clients at the center is HASC Center, located at 5601 1st avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11220. This agency provides a place for a person who is living with mental and behavioral challenges at this place they will be able to express themselves using verbal and non-verbal clues. This agency
The Philippines is a land of cultural and natural diversity. Before the Spanish colonization the main settlers in the Philippines are mainly The Ati, Badjao, Igorots, Ilongots, Lumad, Mangayan, Negritos of Luzon, Palawan tribes and Tumandok.(https://www.slideshare.net/jhayrmoja/ung-kauri-mo-teh) . According to http://www.ph.undp.org/ , " estimated 12-17 million Indigenous peoples (IPs) belonging to the 110