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    Moving to North Carolina In different parts of the world, people do things differently. Someone from the United States is not going to say hi the same way someone in Europe will. In the United States people from New York are not going to be the same as people from North Carolina. This was a big change for me when I moved from New York to North Carolina. People in the south have a different dialect than from people in New York. When I first moved to North Carolina it was a different place. I was

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    dissolve their relationship with North Carolina because of the high taxes, police brutality ,poverty, unemployment rate,crime rate, education system , drugs, deforestation , gas prices, equal opportunity for women in oppose to men, NC legislation laws, and North Carolina DOT. We hold these truths to be self evident that :-That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable right; that police brutality should be stop; North Carolina Schools systems should be

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    Yes, there are LGBTQ people in North Carolina. Contrary to popular belief from the previous governor Patrick McCrory and the general heteronormativity of the state, LGBTQ people go about their everyday lives in North Carolina. But while non-straight people exist beyond Manhattan, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, they exist in a different, more suppressed manner. There are fewer pride rallies, brunches, and general gay outings, and that is why the mural of Brandy Alexander – the drag queen, not the

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    Eugenics in North Carolina: A dark past Forced sterilization and Eugenics are terms you would associate with Hitler's heinous World War II crimes. Those terms were not isolated to war time Europe. From 1929 until 1977 Eugenics was a terrible part of North Carolina History that used selective breeding to extinguish lower class mentality and guarantee future generations. The State is trying to make amends to the victims of the past. For almost 50 years over 7,600 victims were evaluated harshly and

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    Tennessee and North Carolina, and the Blue Ridge mountain with the bluish color when seen from the distance, is by far, one of the most impressive places in the United States. The North Carolina Historic Landmarks from plantations, battleships, lighthouses or museums are part of the history of this great state. The Battle of Bentonville, Bethania Historic District, the Biltmore Estate, The Blackwell and Company Tobacco Factory. Without forgetting about the great USS North Carolina (battleship)

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    No Kid Hungry North Carolina (NCHNC) No Kid Hungry is a national organization that works to, “end child hunger in America by connecting kids to effective but under-utilized nutrition programs like school breakfast, summer meals, and afterschool meals,” (NCHNC, 2016). No Kid Hungry works through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 's Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. No Kid Hungry educated school based leaders, elected and business leaders, community groups and private

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    “North Carolina” North Carolina is in the south east of the united states,it banks the atlantic ocean and is 53,819 square miles of land. North Carolina is the twelfth state to become a state. It became a state on November 21, 1789. North Carolina has a population of 9.944 million. North Carolina has been around for quite some time. They have had seventy five governors, and their current governor is Roy Cooper. He has been governor since January 2017. Up till 1663 North Carolina was actually

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    Hog farms are plentiful in North Carolina, but the 40 million gallons of untreated hog waste created everyday creates more than just a foul smell. Hog waste creates huge environmental, health, and economic issues, such as excessive nitrates in groundwater, the disruption of the thyroid, and the decrease of land value. Due to the number of hogs and how inefficiently the waste is being disposed of, this is becoming an increasing problem in North Carolina. The threat to the environment, our health,

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    North Carolina Case Study

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    HISTORIC OVERVIEW When Europeans first explored the interior of North Carolina, the area was inhabited by the Catawba and Cherokee Indians. Hernando de Soto (1539-1543) and Juan Pardo (1566-1568) led expeditions into the Piedmont and mountains in this region during the mid-sixteenth century (Hudson and Tesser 1994). These parties recorded and visited Indian villages in the Lincoln County area and reportedly built garrisons near Marion and Salisbury. Between the 1620s and 1670s, there was a significant

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    Post-Civil War North Carolina, as a part of the “New South”, was supposed to be an economically and morally prosperous state that was no longer reliant on slave labor. Unfortunately, the abolition of slavery did not abolish the misfortune of black and white North Carolinians alike before 1900. Racism was still very much alive, blacks did not enjoy the rights they supposedly acquired after the war, the same rich families from before the war were still rich, and the people that were poor before the

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