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    Atlanta, Georgia After a long day’s journey on the road for time that never ticked, I slowly opened my eyes that weighed about a pound of bricks. The morning light glowed through the curtains as I tried to get out of bed. Shaking like a leaf on a tree, I finally found the strength to rise up and gather my clothes for the long exciting day ahead. Racing time along with the family, we raced downstairs for the nice breakfast that was prepared. I walked through the lobby that was decked out with chandeliers

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    The dramatic revitalizing of Atlanta garnered the admiration of researchers, politicians and government officials. People and businesses flocked to the Downtown area. Restructuring however has come at a cost, and the urban poor, mostly Black, have suffered the negative consequence of revitalization. Before winning the Olympic bid in 1990, Atlanta was plagued with homelessness, dilapidated housing, and high unemployment rates. The 1996 Olympics ushered in revitalization/gentrification (the process

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    seniors are living alone in metropolitan area of Atlanta. The reason I chose to work on senior citizen issue, because my grandmother is living by herself on social security benefit. While I was talking with her, I found she doesn’t need only money to live, but she needs help on house keeping issues like maintenance, and especially a need of someone who visits her once a while. If my grandmother felt this way, I guess there are many seniors in Atlanta, who might share the same feelings. There are many

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    Hank Aaron Biography

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    right-handed hitter, he batted cross-handed, with his right hand below his left hand. Education: Hank Aaron attended Central High School and finished school at Josephine Allen Institute. Major Contributions to Georgia: While playing for the Atlanta Braves, Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career home ru...

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    Action Steps: A plan of action that can take place to help the residents of Atlanta and the Atlanta Project (TAP) can be done involving the recommendations mentioned above to change what happened into a better outcome. There are many individuals and place that would best to include in this action plan for the residents and the Atlanta Project. The residents of Atlanta, schools (colleges and universities), organizations, and President Barack Obama are all very important individuals who can and should

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    Deion Sanders: Legendary Cornerback

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    Deion Sanders On August 9, 1967 in Lee Memorial Hospital a legendary cornerback was born (Thornley 14). His name was Deion Sanders, he was a one of a kind. Deion Sanders was a shutdown corner, if you don't know what that means when a cornerback is so spectacular at guarding his guy that the quarterback doesn't even think to try and throw to his side (Attner). Whats even more amazing is that Deion Sanders played two professional sports at a time. Not only did he play in the Nfl, he also played

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    you should come visit Atlanta someday. It’s one of the biggest southern states in the USA. I have lived in Atlanta over 5 years, absolutely love it. Did you know Atlanta is the birth place of the Great Martin Luther King Jr? Also, Atlanta is known for the largest Aquarium in the US. Another thing that’s very interesting about Atlanta is that they are known for their Coca Cola Company. Now, I mentioned did you know that the Great Martin Luther King Jr. birth place was Atlanta. Well Our Great Martin

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    During the year of my birthday October 6,1996 and between September and October, plenty of worldwide events had surrounding areas in a stir. While some international, national, or local events made people very worrisome, others put people at ease, or even provided excitement. What caused many people to be either troubled or jovial were the events that occurred during that time period: international events, the seizing of the Afghan capital of Kabul and the assassination of former Bulgarian prime

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    Canadian baseball fans what they have been waiting for, a World Series won by a Canadian team. The Blue Jays two win-streak in the World Series characterizes Canadian baseball. The Toronto Blue Jays won their first World Series in 1992 against the Atlanta Braves 4-2 and went on to retain their title in 1993 against the Philadelphia Phillies with 4-2 record. The following essay will state the facts and statistics on the Blue Jays’ two Series, how it affected Canada in a positive manner within the country

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    Athletes Price Tag

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    How much does a person have to make to be able to afford the essentials in life, food, water and shelter? According to the Department of Labor, the minimum wage for Colorado is $7.78 an hour. With 40 hour weeks you can earn a whopping annual salary of $16,182. Most people will indeed argue there’s no way to live off that but that’s a completely different argument than mine. Should a professional athlete be paid millions of dollars a year, when there are people out there barely scraping change to

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