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    Back when Earth was still a mysterious place, when giant beasts roamed the land and serpents ruled the sea, Mother Earth was in turmoil. Her children and Father Sea`s children, the Humans, waged war upon each other. Her offspring were full of corruption, lies, and bloodlust. They would attack villages and loot, murder, and do other unspeakable crimes. Some even discovered the Dark Arts, and using this to their advantage, would control other humans and summon strange demons from the sky. The demons

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    Essay Question 1 The video I selected for this question is 3.2 “Dance for Mother Earth”. To begin, I see the symbolism of the circle (circular vision) present throughout the piece. Two examples are when the individuals are dancing/walking in a circular fashion to music during the power as well as when the video references some people living by the way of the square and the idea that we need to live by the way of the circle. To continue, ancestry (respect for ancestry) was present throughout the

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    beginning of traditional culture, and the rocks carry with them the essence of the spirit of all those years. In honour of the truth and reconciliation act, this essay has an ode to healing by walking the land and, more specifically, reconnecting with Mother earth. I am not a religious person. I am not a spiritual person even in my own mind. And I do not even know if I believe if there is or is not a god. But I have always known that the forest and the mountains and the animals are alive as much as I am

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    As a society we understand that mother Earth struggles daily to keep her land and her people from tearing however as explained by Tassuig, Farmer and Bourgois we have failed her. Throughout American history we as people have caused suffering and pain to each other based on ethnicity, religion and cultural backgrounds. For example, if you googled Christopher Columbus you would find plenty of articles describing his involvement in discovering the new world. However, if a scholar were to ask the reminding

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    Marijuana as a Gift from Mother Earth Essay

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    Marijuana as a Gift from Mother Earth When and where will the senseless persecutions of America’s Marijuana users end? These Marijuana smokers are typically middle class males, between the ages of 17 and 39, and one in three have no prior felony charges on their records. (HRW World Report) However, each year, hundreds of thousands of them are arrested and thrown into jail, alongside murderers, rapists, and child molesters. The “Marihuana Tax Act” was passed in August 1937, and took effect

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    Feminism : Emma Goldman

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    Emma Goldman was a revolutionary, proselytizer, and above all else a women 's activist. She was conceived in Kovno, Lithuania. She moved with her family to St. Petersburg, Russia (1882), where she worked in a glove production line and assimilated the common radical-progressive thoughts (Chalberg). She emigrated to America (1885), worked in a Rochester, N.Y., article of clothing production line, and was quickly hitched to a kindred specialist. Rankled by the execution of those associated with the

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    Mother Earth is where we as a human species live, thrive and die as we have done for all the generations before us. She is in peril. There is a real threat looming over our entire planet and it is requiring immediate action or the consequences are going to dire. We will lose everything if we do not change how we interact with the environment. Instead of exploiting her every plentiful bounty and turning beauty into our convenient luxury we need to be protecting her with the same ferocity as if someone

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    Down to Earth Cookies Your Mother Once Made Joe and Ellis Cook were two brothers who had made a decision in reproducing their mother’s old recipe of down to earth cookies, and with the growth and purchasing value added services their focus of making high quality based cookies would become a success. Throughout the process their focus on making their mother’s cookies had shown a commitment on their mother’s behalf without using the preservatives or additional additives in making the cookie delicious

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    In a court room you have a judge, lawyers, a defendant, a plaintiff, a witnesses, an audience, and a group of twelve people who decide the defendant 's fate—the jury. The lawyers and witnesses main jobs are to convince the jury that the defendant or the plaintiff deserves justice. This is exactly what Emma Goldman does in her speech "Address to the Jury" delivered in 1917. Goldman is trying to defend herself and her co-defendant, Alexander Berkman, that they were not doing non-conscription activities

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    Krauthammer's “Saving Nature but Only for Man” Charles Krauthammer, in his essay “Saving Nature, but Only for Man,” argues against whom he refers to as a sentimental environmentalist. Charles Krauthammer is a well-known right-wing political columnist and commentator who has worked or contributed to a number of magazines throughout his career (Krauthammer 292) His purpose behind writing this article was to prove that nature is here to serve man and not the other way around. The logic of his argument

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