As a result, SOY will minimize activities and experiences that may be high in cost; in addition to, offering transportation to events or holding events at the school’s of the participants. While on the subject of schools, SOY will not only be a program to reduce gang violence, but also educate its participants because education is key. And living a life of gang violence behind will open more doors to continue education, get a job, and become active member in the community of Memphis. To conclude, prior research is essential when proposing a program. It is best to know the variables that may interfere with a life-changing event before it happens.
The topic for this research proposal project is on community policing, and the factors that are involved in determining if relationships between law enforcement and citizens in these neighborhoods are strained. In order to be successful, community policing must be built on trust, as both civilians and law enforcement must work hand in hand to protect their communities. If there is a lack of trust, then these programs becomes broken, and can therefore lead to other violence and criminal acts. This research proposal project will focus on minority based communities and citizens, where the majority of the citizens are either African American or Hispanic. The references used in this study will be used to build knowledge on the subject, and to identify
In addition, the funds could have also been utilized to create a macro project, which could have benefited not just Liz’s family and Liz during her times on the street, but also many others in the community. Funds from the Frank Melville Supportive Housing Act of 2010 could have assisted Liz’s family in securing affordable housing and helped to provide supportive services for issues in the family such as mental health, substance abuse, employment, and food. This act may not have directly provided money for some of these issues; however, it could have been used to connect to services, as well as, enable Liz’s family unit to become
The author expands his explanations with various sociological theories. Moreover, he discusses why the poor urban areas attract police officers to patrol them more often. The content of certain chapters is used in sociological and political explanations of police brutality. Holmes, M. D., & Smith, B. W. (2008). Race and police brutality: Roots of an urban dilemma.
“By focusing on transportation, they overlook other energy-hogging factors in food production.” (McWilliams). The locavore movement supporters do care about other energy-hogging factors. In fact, eating local produce is better for the air quality and pollution in the air than trying different ways to eat healthier such as trying to eat organic; “Eating local is better for air quality and pollution than eating organic.”
If there were more jobs, these impoverished communities could receive a steady income, provide a way to live without crime, and lower the amount of money the government has to spend on welfare. To solve not only the problem of the black communities, but poor communities in general, there needs to be a series of reforms to the government and or state welfare and loan systems to promote business growth, and a system that encourages people to shop
Homelessness is generally worse in areas with a poor economy, but it varies from city to city. Since homelessness can be a very general topic, homelessness in Toronto will be the focus. In order to end homelessness, new tactics needs to be explored. These tactics include finding more funds, trying another approach to giving homeless people homes, funding more rehabilitation and more. First off, a program that is called "housing first" would be the main goal as well as funding rehabilitation to help people with alcohol or drug addictions.
For example, targeting a low-income community by advocating for the use of hybrid/electric cars is pointless. However, turning off lights when they are not needed can be successful and highly encouraged among the community since it takes care of the environment and it also has an impact on the domestic economy, helping meeting the most basic physiological needs like daily food. b. At the next level of the pyramid, we find belonging and esteem. If they are low in the target community, the use of their relations regarding to their community may not be effective and we would need to work on this need first.
Moreover to get more acknowledgment of the organization nearby market by clients, it is good to contracting the local people. Due to this, a company can increase simple access to administration related with neighborhood government. However, it will raise the responsibility, way of life of advancement as well as better client responsiveness. Through establishment show McDonald's can decrease the cost of setting up new organizations in various
Many say the food is dry and has bad portions. Sophie Henderson thinks it is worth the money for bagels but not the other choices. In conclusion, the school district has made major changes to the school lunch program to save money, but those changes have changed students thoughts on the quality of the
Organic farming eliminates the use of fertilizers, synthetic pesticides, and growth hormones. Also, people are beginning to demand locally grown organic food; however, the availability of fresh food is not universal. Furthermore, inequality exists, in terms of accessibility to healthful, affordable, and culturally acceptable