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    Violence in Cincinnati

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    Violence in Cincinnati In the article, “‘Violence’ in Cincinnati,” Thomas A. Dutton brings up a conversation about the urban area of Over-The-Rhine. He speaks out about how this downtown area has extremely too much violence and there needs to be something done about it. He speaks to the age group of twenty-five and up and to all citizens of Cincinnati. This article was published in 2001 in “Nation” magazine. At this time in Cincinnati, there were many disputes about race. A white officer

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    Cincinnati vs Mapplethorpe READER DISCRETION ADVISORY This pop culture memoir contains sex, lies, greed, perversion, murder, deceit, infidelity, drugs, sex, immorality, scatology, ambition, equivocation, character assassination, slander, blasphemy, aspersion, betrayal, distortion, racism, ungodliness, sodomy – and that’s just the critics of Mapplethorpe. '>-The first page of Jack Fritshcer’s book, Mapplethorpe: Assault with a deadly camera. So I am asking myself, what is it about this guy Mapplethorpe

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    is proud of where they are from naturally, whether it’s in regards to their sports team, schools, or maybe a famous product that originated from there. There is a very well known divide in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, where there seems to be a highway or street creating an invisible line. Cincinnati is well known for its education, food, and the diverse lifestyles one may be able experience in the rather large suburban area. If someone asks a Cincinnatian where they’re from, they will proudly respond

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    Internet Users Turn Addicts On June 14, ABC news reported that an "internet-crazed" Cincinnati woman was arrested for neglecting her three young children. The woman reportedly spent 12 hours straight online, while her hungry kids were locked away in one room so she could be online without interruption. The three kids were placed in county custody while the mother was tossed in jail. The Internet is rapidly becoming an addictive source to a lot of its users. Users of the Internet include students

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    Early in my life I was never attracted to the idea of being a lawyer. I was not interested in the romanticized drama and style of Law and Order. Instead I was captivated with the idea of helping others. I volunteered a great deal within my high school and during my time and Ohio University. My interest in law began to grow through my high school debate team, but it flourished greatly when I realized that I could intermingle my passions of civic service and law. Through my time at Ohio University

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    America the more jobs those were in demand and the more factories that had to be built for jobs. Im... ... middle of paper ... ... many aggressive sports fans in Cincinnati. There are also places where you can just sit and relax. The fountain square is a great place to be yearlong. Fountain square is located in central downtown, Cincinnati. The fountain square has things like movie night where people come down to the square and watch movies on the big screen. The fountain square also has an ice rink

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    Howard Taft

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    William Howard Taft (27th President of the United States) Born:                    1857, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Family background:     the son of Alphonso and Louisa Torrey Taft. Both parents were descendants of old and substantial New England families of British origin. His father, a native of Vermont and the son of a judge, had moved to Cincinnati in 1837 to practice law. His mother came to Ohio from Massachusetts years later as Alphonso's second wife. In time there were six children, including

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    Ted Turner

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    Born in Cincinnati Ohio, Ted Turner is one of the richest people in America today. He got there by having an idea of what he wanted to accomplish and going after it. He is the owner of two professional sports teams the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Hawks; he also as his hands in the Atlanta Thrashers. He is also the owner of the Turner Network television, a Cable New Network (askmen.com). Ted Turner has come a long way from his early upbringings in Cincinnati, Ohio to his multi-billion dollar corporation

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    Prejudice

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    could count on one hand how many African-Americans I knew. Living in a society like this, I had a tremendous culture shock upon enrolling at the University of Cincinnati. I have now realized that when making judgments on people, you need to do so with closed eyes, blocking out any types of stereotypes. Upon coming to the University of Cincinnati, I knew that it would be a dramatic change to be around such a diverse group of people, but I never expected what was coming up next. While checking in at the

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    escape to freedom. In the winter of 1856, she and her husband Robert, their four children, and Robert’s parents carried out their bold plan. The family fled the plantation and got away by crossing on foot the frozen Ohio River from Covington, Ky., to Cincinnati, Ohio. They sought out their family friend, a black freeman named Elijah Kite, for protection. He turned to noted Quaker abolitionist, Levi Coffin, for help. Many referred to Coffin as the president ...

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