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  • Comparing the Movie to the Man, "Shindlers List"

    benefit from the Nazis occupation. During this time he met Itzhak Stern. With money he borrowed from aquaintences of Stern’s, Schindler purchased a kitchenware factory and opened it in 1940 He hired Stern as his accountant and used Jews from Kracow ghetto as his work force. During this time Shindler had cultivated friendships with Officers in both the German Army and the SS. Through these friendships and with a few bribes, Schindler was able to secure numerous army contracts for pots and pans manufactured

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  • Night

    offered Austria-Hungary unconditional support, and must have known that all the other powers would get involved . How many concentration camps did Germany have? How many were death camps? -They had 23 camps. They had What were the ghettos, and why were they used? -They were the city districts , they were used as Holocaust. Who were the Axis-Powers? -A military and political alliance between Germany, Italy and Japan. What is the total number of Jews killed in

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  • Holocaust

    government called the ghettos. The Germans established at least 1,000 ghettos in German-occupied and annexed Poland and the Soviet Union alone. The Germans regarded the establishment of ghettos as a provisional measure to control and segregate Jews while the Nazi leadership in Berlin deliberated upon options to realize the goal of removing the Jewish population (Wood 98). In 1940, Germany began deporting massive amounts of Jews to concentration camps. They herded Jews out of ghettos onto freight cars

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  • Sulc Tegal Writing Trial Brief

    (2010)………………………………………………………….7 Other David Schepp, BBC, Gold Teeth Are a Gold Mine, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/1471097.stm (posted August 3, 2001, 4:51 p.m. GMT)…………………………………………………………………………………7 Ghetto. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ghetto (accessed April 18, 2010)...........................................7 Nigger. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nigger (accessed April 18, 2010)..............

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  • Care

    it. 3. Discuss the political economic status of the ghetto as an internal colony The political economic status of the ghetto as a colony is basically saying that the ghetto is ruled or governed by someone else, just like a colony was. Even though the ghetto is miles away from the working middle class or upper class, the stores that are in the ghetto are predominantly owned by the wealthier white people. So when the people in the ghetto purchase goods, it isn’t to support one in their own community

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  • Does Rap Music Misrepresent African Americans

    music lyrics that rap musicians have created. The history of rap goes back only to the late 1960s. The south Bronx felt abandoned by the city after a bridge was built that separated them from everyone else. This side of town was considered the ghetto and was made up of mostly African Americans and Latinos. As a response to the feeling of abandonment and violence going on in the city, music, dance, clothing, and rapping became present and reflected what was happening with in the South Bronx (hurt)

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  • David

    Concrete” by Tupac Shakur The poem is about having ambitions goals and reaching them despite the circumstances and conflicts we are faced. Tupac uses symbolism to disguise himself as the rose and the ghetto as the concrete. The message sent is that it is very burdensome to survive the hard life in the ghetto and make something of yourself. [pic]

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  • Road Rage

    19 March 2012 Life during the Holocaust: Life in the ghettos, Dr. Mengele’s medical care, and food in the camps Genocide during WWII was unbelievably cruel and awful. The Holocaust was sure to be remembered from this time period and have permanently engraved horrible memories into those who survived. During the Holocaust many victims suffered while living in the ghettos, soon to reach the camps they also suffered there as well. The encounters with Dr. Mengele were unbearable too. Elie Wiesel’s

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  • The Rose That Grew from Concrete Analysis

    attending Following the opening lines, Shakur writes, “Proving nature's laws wrong it learned to walk without having feet” (3-4) The ghetto is not a thriving setting, and people who have to live in these difficult living conditions usually can't make it out, even through school because the education system is typically unfavorable. Nature's laws represent that, in the ghetto, you're not expected to make it out and make something good of yourself. It's the “law.” When Shakur says he learned to walk without

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  • The Holocaust

    public transportation, schools, even hospitals, essentially forcing them into ghettos or out of the country.” In that meeting, Hermann Göring stated regarding the economic damage of the night, that the Jews themselves would be billed for the damage, and that any insurance money due to them would be confiscated by the state. Ghettos were specific areas in cities that the Nazis ordered the Jews to live in. Ghettos started off more open, where you could leave during the day and come back

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  • How and Why Did the Nazi Treatment of Jews Change Between the Years 1933 and 1945?

    where thousands will eventually be murdered as part of the Holocaust regime. In April 1940, the Nazi party started to deport German Jews into occupied Poland, where they were placed into Ghettos. Ghettos where typically large buildings with many rooms. Sometimes, more than 10 people shared a room, these ghettos were established so that the Jews On May 10th, Nazis invade France which has a Jewish population of 350,000, Belgium which has a Jewish population of 65,000, Holland which has a Jewish

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  • The Gray Zone by Primo Levi

    Summary The Survivor by Terrence Des Pres discusses how prisoners survived in poor living conditions in the Warsaw Ghetto. He defines a survivor as, “…any man or women striving to keep life and spirit intact – not only those who returned, but the hundreds of thousands who stayed alive sometimes for years, only to die at the last minute.” He describes the experience in the Ghetto where it was possible to survive with the collective efforts of others, which is the opposite of how Primo Levi described

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  • The Holocaust

    extermination camps, which will be discussed further later in the paper. Another place the Nazis kept the Jewish people were in ghettos. They were kept in these ghettos until they were shipped off to the concentration camps. Each ghetto was run by a Jewish council of German-appointed Jewish community leaders, who were responsible for the day-to-day running of the ghetto, including the distribution of food, water, heat, medicine, and shelter (Rosenberg). These councils were also expected to make arrangements

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  • Hey You Beautiful

    kick and beat Mike up; just to show Mikes friends who are in control. Connie does not want to tell her friends the trough, cause she do not want to been seen with a white guy of volition. Cause if you are black, and live in a black neighborhood or a ghetto, you cannot hang around with white people. Mike does not have any hate to black people. Even after he got kick and beaten so much, which he ended up in hospital. He thinks, that it is all right what some black people does him, he is of cause hurt

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  • Century World

    Century World (Ladies and gentlemen, I’m writing this off the top of my head and not checking my facts. They are essentially as laid out in this paper, but the sources are imaginary—just to illustrate how to document a scholarly paper.) The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Could Have Succeeded: But Would It Have Mattered? One of the most horrifying realities of World War II surrounded the genocide of millions of people the Axis Powers deemed inferior. Of those, the best known group was Jewish. Every nation

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  • Schindlers List - Historic Analysis

    years, from 1939 to 1945, at the beginning World War II to the end of the Nazi regime. The movie follows Oskar Schindler, a Nazi made famous by saving 1.100 Jews from Auschwitz IIBirkenau. In 1939, the Nazis relocated the Polish Jews to the Krakow Ghetto, divided into two sections: A (Jews able to work) and B (Elderly and the infirm) as World War II began. Oskar Schindler comes to town in hopes that he can make money on the war, and he starts out by making many important Nazis his friends. Schindler

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  • Mila 18

    easy but when pushed into a corner forced to live in sub human conditions and practically starved, that is when the true shows of courage, strength and love brought fourth. Over 600,000 Jews, gypsies, homosexuals and criminals were crammed into a ghetto only a few city blocks in size. The German occupiers provided no where near enough food for all of the people but allowed them to voluntarily sigh up for slave labor in the factories for a few more grams of bread. Disease and malnutrition claimed

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  • Jewish Life During World War 2

    by the Nazi’s.” (Kewit ) Hitler wanted to implement concentration camps in Austria, Hungary and Poland to make sure Jews were all being taken by the masses and set to rot their lives in the camps. “In occupied Poland Jews were herded together in ghettos, subjected to terror and slave labor, appalling hygienic conditions, starvation and disease. The destructive dynamic of Nazi Jewish Policy very quickly reached the point where the traditional catalogue of enslavement was exhausted. When this became

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  • Business and the Mexican - American Community

    business community generally has shown a growing awareness of the problems of poverty, minority group estrangement, and civil disorder. Business firms have become involved in programs to train and hire unemployed Negroes in urban slums. The Negro ghettos have also been the target for business- and/or government-sponsored attacks on slum housing, inadequate medical facilities, outdated educational plants and methods, meager recreation facilities, and a host of other problems. The riots in cities throughout

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  • Holocaust Research Paper

    public transportation, schools, even hospitals, essentially forcing them into ghettos or out of the country.” In that meeting, Hermann Göring stated regarding the economic damage of the night, that the Jews themselves would be billed for the damage, and that any insurance money due to them would be confiscated by the state. Ghettos were specific areas in cities that the Nazis ordered the Jews to live in. Ghettos started off more open, where you could leave during the day and come back

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  • The Accounts of a Young German Girl (June 1935- August 1935)

    would all change. I was of German decent and Helena was a German-Jew. An order came into effect that month of June 1935, which ordered all Jews out of their homes and forced into a poor neighborhood not very far from our own and was known as the “Ghettos.” At this time I was too young to understand why my friend Helena had to leave with her family. We were happy and they did no wrong. I remembering trying to visit Helena in her new home but it was closed off from everyone else. There were so many

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  • Orthodox Judaism Schindler List Review

    workers from the Krakow ghetto, falsified documents to the government stating that the workers were needed for the war effort, so that these workers wouldn’t be sent to concentration camps or killed. As Schindler gained more wealth and power he had more experiences which tested his every moral fiber of his being and affected the decisions he made. After the Nazi completed a new concentration camp in Plaszow, they received orders to exterminate all the Jews in the Krakow ghetto in which Schindler witnessed

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  • The Holocaust

    liberated she made these diamonds into a necklace that is passed down” (The Last Days). Another outlet of documentation was the organization, Oyneg Shabbes. “This group was an organization in the Warsaw Ghetto which collected and documented the daily life, the Nazis behavior and the roundups in the ghetto” (Dr. Neil Jacobs). Lastly, Maus I and II are perfect examples of documentation of the Holocaust. Art Spiegelman tells the story of his father, Vladek through the use of cartoons. “Artie illustrates

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  • Holocuast Notes

    pictures shown that they were proud of what they did. By Jews, taking pictures of the horrors that were displayed * Longest standing ghetto, had the most Jews and is where the jewish rebellion/uprising started * Mass killing of a race * People that fough Nazi’s through different methods * People(100) that he saved from the factory by creating his own ghetto and then sent them to another of his and kept them alive * Adolf Ikeman, testified bringing Nazi atrocities to light, testifying

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  • The Holocaust

    public transportation, schools, even hospitals, essentially forcing them into ghettos or out of the country.” In that meeting, Hermann Göring stated regarding the economic damage of the night, that the Jews themselves would be billed for the damage, and that any insurance money due to them would be confiscated by the state. Ghettos were specific areas in cities that the Nazis ordered the Jews to live in. Ghettos started off more open, where you could leave during the day and come back

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  • Cidade de Deus

    world. And this movie was filmed literally in the ghettos cariocas of the Cidade Alta, Nova Sepetiba and Cidade de Deus, and the movie was born with controversy, because those places are controlled by the drug lords. Therefore, they needed authorization of the bosses of the crime of that time to film the movie. By good fortune, they said yes, with a condition that they should contract the largest number possible of people that lived in those ghettos to act on the movie. Because of that, the director

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  • Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Could Have Succeeded: but Would It Have Mattered?

    gentlemen, I’m writing this off the top of my head and not checking my facts. They are essentially as laid out in this paper, but 20th Century World the sources are imaginary—just to illustrate how to document a scholarly paper.) The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Could Have Succeeded: But Would It Have Mattered? One of the most horrifying realities of World War II surrounded the genocide of millions of people the Axis Powers deemed inferior. Jewish. Of those, the best known group was Every nation

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  • Hana Suitecas

    summed up in numbers or facts— it affected individuals, young and old, who each had a story, families, and hopes and dreams. As Fumiko slowly but determinedly reveals Hana’s story, she discovers that Hana was sent to live in Theresienstadt, a Jewish ghetto, and eventually died at Auschwitz. However, as devastating as this is for Fumiko and the children at the Center to find out, they also learn that Hana had an older brother who survived the Holocaust and was now living with his family in Canada. Fumiko

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  • Fate of Jews in Minsk

    of Minsk. Unlike everywhere else in Europe during the Second World War, Jews in Minsk actively collaborated with local Byelorussian Partisan Movement in resistance against Nazis, hence an incredible number of people were able to escape the fate in ghettos. Jewish population dropped from 90.000 in 1941 to 38.000 right after the War. The first and the only memorial of the Holocaust in the Soviet Union was erected in Minsk immediately after World War II. Nevertheless, the Soviet regime remained hostile

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  • Ethics in Business Communications:

    every single day, even more so in the work place. The article titled, “Get the ghetto out of the store”, was very hard to read without feeling shame on the society that we live in. In the state of Virginia, McDonalds restaurants have been subject to racial and sexual harassment. All 10 plaintiffs have come forward and admitted that supervisors would use racial slur at word. The supervisors were using words like, “ghetto”, “ratchet”, and “dirty Mexican”. Furthermore, according to the article, “A large

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  • The Effect of the Nsdap on German Society (1933 – 1945)

    beginning of the Holocaust. Following this conference, Jews were moved from their homes into walled ghettos. These ghettos were extremely overcrowded which allowed disease to break out and spread easily and quickly. A lot of the ghettos lacked a water supply and there was restriction on food. People died in large numbers from starvation and diseases such as cholera. Eventually all inhabitants of the ghettos were sent to extermination camps. This was the final extreme that Hitler went to to create his

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  • Chopper

    Untold Truths of the Ghetto Imagine growing up in a place you’re never destined to leave. For most growing up in the ghetto, this is what happens. As a result, those on the outside don’t get the chance to hear what really goes on in the inside. Instead, the outsider’s perception of life on the inside is made up from what they can see. However, some people, like rapper Lupe Fiasco, manage to escape the ghetto and tell the truths of the inside. Lupe Fiasco is widely considered to be one

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  • Usa Prison System

    the same type of people. Those who live in poor ghettos around the country including Philadelphia are targeted every day for crimes they commit. They feel as if they are targeted daily for crimes and cant get away from the police because of the way they live and where they live. The people in the ghettos are frustrated and feel as if they have no help from the law; the law is just against them. Instead of the law looking out for crime in the ghetto or becoming community helpers to build up trust

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  • Concentration Camps During the Holocaust

    from public transportation, schools, even hospitals, essentially forcing them into ghettos or out of the country." In that meeting, Hermann Göring stated regarding the economic damage of the night, that the Jews themselves would be billed for the damage, and that any insurance money due to them would be confiscated by the state. Ghettos were specific areas in cities that the Nazis ordered the Jews to live in. Ghettos started off more open, where you could leave during the day and come back when you

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  • "Night" Essay Euh

    In the book, Night by Elie Wiesel, he writes about his catastrophic experiences as a child going through and handling the absurd actions of Hitler and his Nazi Army. He explains his experience through all of it from moving from his house to another ghetto, to going to the concentration camps Auschwitz and Buchenwald. At just thirteen this was a life altering and extremely tragic event that occurred in his young life. Through all this his faith in humanity and God are tested, in which is very clear

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  • 21st Century Segregation: Are We Still Divided by Race?

    Americans in the southern United States, and the apartheid policy that was implemented in South Africa. Residential segregation can lead   1   to the development of racially stigmatized ethnic neighbourhoods including Chinatowns, and ghettos, which are often seen as impoverished and economically marginalized areas. In the American South, racial segregation has had a long and dark history. The most prevalent were the drastic discriminatory actions taken against African Americans. The

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  • Race, Urban Poverty, and Public Policy

    comparative data with which to highlight the problems of ghetto poverty affecting blacks. In No Shame in My Game, Puerto Rican and Dominican immigrants are part of the changing demographics in Harlem. In Canarsie, the possible migration of blacks into a working/middle-class neighborhood prompts conservative backlash from a traditionally liberal community. In Streetwise, the migration of yuppies as a result of gentrification, and the movement of nearby-ghetto blacks into these urban renewal sites also invoke

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  • Specific Gravity of Propylenely

    Century World (Ladies and gentlemen, I’m writing this off the top of my head and not checking my facts. They are essentially as laid out in this paper, but the sources are imaginary—just to illustrate how to document a scholarly paper.) The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Could Have Succeeded: But Would It Have Mattered? One of the most horrifying realities of World War II surrounded the genocide of millions of people the Axis Powers deemed inferior. Jewish. Of those, the best known group was Every nation

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  • Children of the Holocaust

    able to escape were placed in ghettos and transit camps. These ghettos and transit camps served as the foreground to the death and slave labor camps that would soon follow. It was written in a Jewish diary,  A Jewish ghetto in the traditional sense is impossible; certainly a closed ghetto is unconceivable  (Dwork, p.155). Infact many of these ghettos were "closed  meaning that the Jews that occupied the ghettos were forbidden to leave the area. Within the ghettos, there was belittlement of life

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  • Warsaw Ghetto

    Life in the Warsaw Ghetto In September 1939 the Germans took control of Poland and Warsaw after a three week siege. There was no love lost between the Germans and the Poles and it soon became clear that the Nazis, considering themselves a 'Master Race', valued Polish life at next to nothing. As was later demonstrated, on an unprecedented scale, this was one step up from the value they put on Jewish life. There were about 350,000 Jews in the Warsaw city before the war. There were the second largest

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  • Fireweed

    clarifies the conditions and the money issues. They live in the ghettos. A ghetto is an area of apartments, which are often cheap and densely populated. There is much crime these places, and that could be the reason why the condition of their car was so bad. “The old Camero had so many holes in its body, the attempts at duct-tape patchwork had been abandoned, and Baluta heard the wind whistle through them as he drove through the ghettos of his neighborhood, through the factory district, out to the

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  • Hius 222 Video Review 1

    entries were horrifying to listen to, but when set to video of the event it really brought home how horrible this war was to live through by the civilians living in hard-hit cities. Mary Borg was a seventeen year old Jewish girl who lived in the Warsaw Ghetto and wrote in her diary about the great number of children left to be orphans because their parents were killed and how this affected them. She talked about how malnourished they were and how they looked like monkeys instead of children. These words

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  • Hello World

    (Ladies and gentlemen, I’m writing this off the top of my head and not checking my facts. They are essentially as laid out in this paper, but the sources are imaginary—just to illustrate how to document a scholarly paper.) The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Could Have Succeeded: But Would It Have Mattered? One of the most horrifying realities of World War II surrounded the genocide of millions of people the Axis Powers deemed inferior. Jewish. Of those, the best known group was

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  • How to Tell If You Might Be Ghetto

    that office stench wound up reaching the back of my throat).... I started thinking....Comedian Steve Harvey made jokes in a show. He used the term "Ghetto" while making jokes about a person not unlike that woman in my son's school office. Is that what they mean when they say someone is ghetto?? What really is ghetto? or What does it mean to be ghetto?? Is it a state of mind, like happiness is a state of mind? Is it a "personality"? Is it the way a person walks or talks? Is it the appearance of

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  • Holocaust

    officials incarcerated Jews, Roma, and other victims of ethnic and racial hatred in these camps. To concentrate and monitor the Jewish population as well as to facilitate later deportation of the Jews, the Germans and their collaborators created ghettos transit camps, and forced-labor camps for Jews during the war years. The German authorities also established numerous forced-labor camps, both in the so-called Greater German Reich and in German-occupied territory, for non-Jews whose labor the Germans

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  • Residential Segregation of African Americans in 20th Century America

    residential mobility of African Americans and to confining African Americans to undesirable urban neighborhoods, and therefore setting the nature of race relations in northern communities and leading to the national development of twentieth century urban ghettos. In effect of this mass migration, racially motivated actions of individual American citizens, private housing institutions, and the federal, state, and local governments, would contribute to the persistent socioeconomic and residential disparities

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  • Gentrification and the Rise of Ghettoes

    Urban neighborhoods include ghettos, a term originally used for the description of neighborhoods consisting almost entirely of Jewish people. Over the years the term has become known to describe the same type of community, except pertaining more to minorities such as Latino-Americans, and even more frequently, African-Americans. The African-American ghetto is characterized by its low value in property, high crime rate, and high population of black people. These ghettos differ from European ethnic

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  • Children of the Holocaust

    what they got (The Holocaust). In addition, Heydrich believed that Germans and the Aryan race was superior to the Jewish race and they had to "isolate the germ carriers" (The Holocaust), so he decided to go through with the plan for Jewish ghettos. The ghettos were intended to hold the Jews in a temporary Jewish community until they could be efficiently exterminated. This demonstrates how Anti-Semitism and grudges can produce Genocide. In the video, "Conversations With Oprah: Elie Wiesel", Wiesel

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  • Crack Epidemic

    In 80s and 90s the crack epidemic took over the ghetto world and played a big role in developing hip hop music. Black Americans even sung about it in their songs. Drug dealers distributed crack in black neighborhoods and got them involved into that business. For African Americans it was a way to earn money and get out of ghetto. Especially back then when they were discriminated. So, the crack epidemic and hip hop back in 80s and 90s went hand in hand. It was very interesting to read the "Dark Alliance"

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  • Fireweed

    and especially when we hear about what happened to his family in Liberia. It is very hard for Baluta to talk about it, and at Mrs. Giles house, he breaks down. Baluta lives a lives a poor life in the ghetto of an unknown city, in the US, together with Jato and Sama. They live in a ghetto (A ghetto is an area of apartments, which are often cheap to live in and densely populated). That shows at the 8th line of the text. “Baluta washed in the shower, cold after his brother and sister-in-law had had

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