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    ultimately an editor, making the newspaper business her life's work. After five years in Toledo, Stevens took her trade to Chicago, where she became one of the first women to join the Typographical Union No.16. She soon became active in the Chicago labor movement and in 1877 organized active in the Women's Union No.1. About 1882 she moved back to Toledo, Ohio, where she worked fo... ... middle of paper ... ...r children in society and gave them best possible education and safety as well to benefit their

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    Social Work was officially started in the 19th century as a movement within the U.S and the U.K. After the end of feudalism, the poor were regarded as a danger to the societal order. Due to this apparent threat, the government created the Poor Law and made a system that would provide help for them. Societies were put in place in order to provide assistance to those in need. In the late 1800’s a new system came to action in order to help the poor and sick. Born in this century was one of the most

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    Keenan Cantrell Dr. Fisher History 5 March 2017   Jane Addams was a pioneer American settlement activist/reformer, social worker, public philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in women's suffrage and world peace. Jane Addams is a woman of history I admire, because she spoke up for all women in her time period and she is one of the reasons that women today are able to vote. In 1931 she became the first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize which made a great impact on other women

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    non-poor Americans. They also strove to figure out why the poor were poor. They wanted to change the social as well as economic standing of those who were afflicted by poverty. Jane Addams was the woman was influential in the Settlement House movement. The first settlement house she organized was called Hull House. Jane Addams is credited for looking out for the down trodden and truly wanting to fix the poverty problem in America. She also helped congress pass child regulation laws in America. Addams

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    Many people don’t know that social workers deal with more mental health than any psychologist, psychiatrist and psychiatric nurses combined. Interesting right? I would definitely have thought otherwise. Social work is a very unique field that is overlooked and should have quite a bit more appreciation than it does. Making it in the real world is tough but thanks to social work peoples civil rights are protected, people with mental illnesses are now able to afford humane treatment and society is

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    Settlement houses in America

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    The development of settlement houses in America was by far one of the most impact full and influential organizational movements of the progressive era in America. The progressive era in the United States was a time of business, political and social reform, aiming to change the dynamics of American life. Many faith based organizations began to emerge all over the country, and soon all over the world. As the population grew due to immigration, neighborhoods all around the country began to develop,

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    Sexism In The Hull House

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    Knowing about the segregation with blacks and immigrants amongst the settlement houses, almost completely implies that there was sexism that existed as well. The middle-class reformers that worked in these settlement houses were mostly women who stayed at the settlement house and worked to help those less fortunate. These women became the care givers, teachers, and health service providers for their community. There were many settlement houses founded by women but some of the most popular are the Hull

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    The Nature of Sacrifice In The History And Ideology Of The Gush Emunim There can be no argument that by living in small settlements in the hostile and explosive West Bank and Gaza Strip, Gush Emunim settlers are making some sort of sacrifice. Surrounded no doubt by hostile Palestinians who feel that the Israelis are occupying their home, religious settlers face the potential for violence and death on a daily basis. In what is becoming a more perilous state of affairs in Israel with each suicide

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    History of the Independance Movement

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    History of the Independance Movement One of the most important forces that governed the course of Cuba’s colonial history was the concept of racism. From the moment that Christopher Columbus ignored the presence of indigenous peoples, and claimed the island for Spain on his first voyage in 1492, to the day Carlos Manuel de Céspedes began the first revolution to independence, there was a strong tradition of separation and objectification (Franklin 1,4). Diego Velázquez was appointed governor

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    specifications of the job. Although with most bridge structures there is always a degree in movement, the Millennium Bridge had large groups crossing the bridge at one moment in time, this then caused a greater than expected sideways movement. This made people feel uncomfortable and even sick walking across the bridge. So on June 12th the bridge had to be shut for further investigations into why the sudden movements had occurred. For this assignment we have to investigate the construction of the Millennium

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