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              The United States is home to five percent of the world population, but twenty- five percent of the world’s prisoners. We keep more people behind bars than the top thirty-five European countries combin

    Ending Mass Incarceration

              The United States is home to five percent of the world population, but twenty- five percent of the world’s prisoners. We keep more people behind bars than the top thirty-five European countries combined. In fact,...

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    • Hello there,
      I’m glad you mentioned the war on drugs. In America, it is indeed a massive problem: the people using those drugs tend to just be a waste of space in prison, and don’t belong in there. They should either get help, or perish if they refuse to get treatment. As such, our incarceration rates are ridiculously high, and should be lowered.
      I also believe that we should rehabilitate people instead of putting them in for extensive terms. Punishment is good, but rehabilitation should be a part of the process.
      Thank you.

      -Zachary

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    Throughout the process of creating my paper stage. I had so many questions were running through my mind, not knowing how to make characters, not knowing how to do a proper stage out of a shoebox, and make it

    My Creative Adaptation - Othello

    Throughout the process of creating my paper stage. I had so many questions were running through my mind, not knowing how to make characters, not knowing how to do a proper stage out of a shoebox, and make it...

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    Quote: (Othello,iiii, ii,155-157) “Why should he call her whore? Who keeps her company/ What place? What time? What form? What likelihood?/ The Moor’s abused by some most villainous knave.” Emilia state

    "Othello"Close Reading Analysis Paragraphs

    Quote: (Othello,iiii, ii,155-157) “Why should he call her whore? Who keeps her company/ What place? What time? What form? What likelihood?/ The Moor’s abused by some most villainous knave.” Emilia states Othello could never find another woman who better...

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    I strongly agree Shakespeare’s English is still relevant today. His words help readers to have more language understanding, that not only the contemporary language itself, but how stereotypes, racism, sexuality,

    Why Shakespeare Still Matter?

    I strongly agree Shakespeare's English is still relevant today. His words help readers to have more language understanding, that not only the contemporary language itself, but how stereotypes, racism, sexuality, and certain types of beliefs take places during his...

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    Othello. 4.1. 162-168. Bianca gets upset by Cassio giving her a handkerchief, which she knows it belongs to another woman.

    When performing a character’s tone and volume, first things first, we need to bring

    Cassio breaks Bianca's heart with a handkerchief

    Othello. 4.1. 162-168. Bianca gets upset by Cassio giving her a handkerchief, which she knows it belongs to another woman. When performing a character's tone and volume, first things first, we need to bring passion and soul into the text....

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