I’m currently thinking about police brutality, yes this topic is everywhere and even barack obama recognized this issue in 2012. The issues I care about are that minorities are been killed 3x than any other
It shows that you guys have done a lot of research all of the evidence is good, you have good idea about nuclear bombs and the effects of a war. Need to address solution better. Provide a more concrete solution, develop it more you have a good start.
You need to explain what type of therapy officers will be assigned to take.You have a solid counter argument. How much money will these therapy cost yearly? will the therapy only take place when officer is involved in a negative altercation with a citizen?
“we think that the law enforcement should have a better relationship with the community” if you have a possible solution you can’t say WE think you need a statement that sounds polarizing to catch the reader’s attention. Explains how this will look like and how i will reduce police brutality, a brief description would help.
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The making of the box was very hard but it was a fun progress.Some I questions asked and answered as I try to building my stage was what color and I choose red flooring with brown background.I also 3D my
I choose the beginning of Act V Scene I Cyprus. A street lines 12-22.The character i choose was Iago.I learned that about the impact of the tone was that it’s very hard you can’t just say the lines and expect to
Some reasons why Shakespeare is studied today because the text in the book has so much meaning each word can have a double meaning you have to dissect each line and understand the meaning of it.The video that’s
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