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    Are Safe-Haven Laws A Good Idea? Debi Faris recently made the sad drive, again, from her home in Yucaipa, California, to the Los Angeles County coroner's office to retrieve the body of a baby boy who had been left by a dumpster. Ms. Faris, her husband, Mark, and others laid baby Jacob (who was named by the police officer who found the child) to rest in the Garden of Angels, a small portion of a local cemetery the Farises established for abandoned infants in 1996. With the help of donations,

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    My Room, My Haven Over the years I have bought and collected all sorts of silly items to decorate my room. There are posters as tall as you stand, several black lights, and a bumping stereo that all give my room its unique style. Although my room is very small, it easily holds all the stuff I need to relax and feel right at home. At night, a total of twelve feet of black light tubing engulfs my room with light. This light includes a tinge of orange which is emitted by one of the black lights

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    Haven

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    I wake up feeling grumpy and hungry I look outside to see that it's still light I guess I didn't sleep for as long as I thought, I went downstairs to see my dad at the kitchen table eating what looked like cereal, "Hey, what are you doing here I thought you had the late shift," I ask sitting opposite of him, he looks at me weirdly for a second before cracking a smile "Do you know what day it is?" he asks, now it's my turn to look at him weirdly, "Yeah it's Monday," I state, rolling my eyes at

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    Tax Havens

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    A tax haven is a country that offers foreign corporations and individuals relatively low corporate and income tax rates, with a politically and economically stable environment. Some tax havens are Switzerland, Hong Kong, Bermuda, Ireland, and the Cayman Islands. The United States government has been fighting against the movement of corporations because it is not collecting taxes from these corporations that it could have used to reduce government debt. However, corporations have found loopholes that

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    Safe Haven

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    We often wonder why we act a certain way in certain places and there must be a reason why? Why is that we act a certain way when we go to concerts or when we go to the library? Through a showcase of articles, we will discover the reason why we act a particular way. This is because we are entering a liminal space that has its own set of rules and boundaries where people can act out differently than the social norms because it is acceptable. We will specifically be looking at how the punks and ravers

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    Havens - Iran

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    Iranian Culture has been through tumultuous time dating back over three thousand years. To understand the People of Persia you must understand the geography, customs and courtesies, history of empirical downfall and creation, and government that comprises the peoples will. Modern day Iran can be considered the most formidable power in the southwest Asia region. Iran can be described as “a land where lyrical Persian poetry vies with strict interpretations of Islam for the soul of a people”. The

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    Haven The New Order

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    “Before we make our way up you five need to make a wish in the waterfall,” Emma said. “It’s one of the traditions here.” On the ledge of the pool, is a basin full of colored glass stones. The stones were made when the buildings were torn down to make Haven. Engraved in the side of the basin is a poem my father use to tell me every night before I went to bed when I was young. Let your soul flow like water from a river, Around the hard spots, through the troubles, Over your worries, and out to your future

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    common place and murder and death a daily occurrence. Crack-cocaine and heroin are sold in corner markets, and the dead eyes of men and women wandering about aimlessly in the streets of Mott Haven are all to common., Their bodies riddled with disease, disease which seems to control the neighborhood. This is Mott Haven, in New York City's South Bronx, the outback of this American nation's poorest congressional district, also the setting of Jonathan Kozol's disturbing representation of poverty in this country

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    juvenille justice

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    it is important for after school programs. Safe Havens are simple program designed to give children something positive to do. The safe havens are places secure from drugs, violence, and gangs. They are mostly supervised by volunteers and offer structured recreational, social, sports, and educational programs for juveniles. Safe Havens can be set up at a school, church, YMCA, or a Boys and Girls Club. The Boys and Girls Club of America is a safe haven with over 2,800 clubs located in all 50 states

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    Greatness

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    he hire her parents to work in his factory. He is infuriated with the girl and she runs from him, fearing her life and liberty. Schindler expresses his rage at Stern, whom he accuses of harboring Jews in the "haven" of a factory. Schindler is not angry at the idea of his factory as a haven, but the fact that such activities are illegal. However, as the atrocities of the Nazis become more apparent, Schindler begins to see the great opportunity he is presented with. He hires the girl's parents. Although

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