Puerto is one of the Caribbean Islands it has a landscape of lush greenery. It has beautiful green mountains, waterfalls, and tropical rainforest. It is famous for its sandy beaches and coral reefs and very vulnerable to attack. Puerto Rico should become a state because it is already a US territory and an ally of the United States ,also it should become a state because Puerto Rico’s government has asked the US for it to make Puerto Rico a state numerous times. finally Puerto Rico should become a state because we can get a lot of money due to the large amount of tourist that go to the territory.
His accomplishments allowed for him to open a barrier that was put up for a long time for Latinos in the film making industry. This was positive because he worked on many famous Hollywood films which only marked the beginning for Latinos in the film industry. Indeed, while there are plenty of positive Latino roles in films, Latinos and Latinas should be included in more positive roles as opposed to negative ones. It is only fair to Latinos that they be accurately represented in films and T.V, however not much has changed, with the acceptation of a handful of movies that depicted strong, intelligent, and heroic characters, there are still some films and shows who represent the bandolero image as well as the Latin lover and the spicy “hot tamale”
Research Miami-Dade County 's "Urban Development Boundary" and state whether or not you support its existence and explain your position. Cite sources APA style. The expansion and growth of cities and towns are exciting for most of its residents. Commonly, when a city or town expands in landmass it potentially means job growth, more foreign investment (infrastructure), and an increase in the population. Most of the time expansion is good, however, in Miami-Dade case, it may be good for business and government official’s but not for wildlife and the environment.
Chicana/o Studies was developed during the 1960s, a period where many social justice movements, like the Civil Rights Movement, were active. The Chicana/o Movement was one of those movements. California was a big player in the birth of Chicana/o Studies because of the high Mexican population and the Chicana/o student movement in the state. The reason for the push for Chicana/o Studies is that the student organizations believe that Chicana/os were discriminated at universities. Over the years, Chicana/o Studies evolved by gaining diverse perspectives and topics to understand the various issues that affect Chicana/o communities.
Los Angeles was the strong hold for the Cristeros in California, it had the largest Mexican community at the time and a large portion of the priest that were exiled from Mexico went to Los Angeles. The pro-Cristero community in LA was strong because they had large numbers of protestors and they got a lot of support from the Mexican Catholic Churches in the State. The pro-Cristero supports and Mexcian Catholic Churches in LA did a great job in bringing in supporters, because they combine regular church activities with sermons on the Cristero activities. As an illustration we will use a Handout of “The Fiesta de Cristo Rey” an event held in October 1928 in Los Angeles. In the pamphlet it talks about how the Cristo Rey party is all about celebrating
Pennsylvania and California are the two greatest diverse states that I had the opportunity to live in. My roots started in Pennsylvania and now they have spread across the country to California where currently I reside. Both Pennsylvania and California are unique and different in countless ways. However, I begin to notice they have similarities that tie them together with commonplaces. To begin with, in both states you can envision the picturesque sight of nature, its truly gorgeous.
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology have a significant impact on the state economy. Now San-Francisco had changed its special status of the port city in the tourist center, which is beyond the basics of physical geography. Therefore, the original function of the city has changed significantly, but still San-Francisco is one of the most attractive cities in the
The California Gold Rush influenced California, as well as the whole result of our country. It made the development of our country into Western America and California. It brought one of the biggest and possibly craziest mass movements in history. It brought a huge number of Americans (and nonnatives) to run to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada's keeping in mind the desire of striking it rich. The gold rush shaped California history.
These newly discovered resources caused Spanish trade and commerce to flourish. Silver was the main source of wealth in the Spanish colonies in the Americas. However while this was nice for the Europeans initially, the surplus of silver flooding European markets, as well as some Asian markets caused inflation where the value of silver decreased while the prices for products increased. The colonization of the Americas also led to the Columbian exchange.While this had a profitable impact on the Spanish, it had a detrimental impact on the Natives. The high demand for their products in Europe caused the Spanish to establish the ‘Encomienda’ system, a new labour policy where Spaniards were given legal rights to American lands and possession of
Athens had better cultural achievements. “The myths continued to be popular through the centuries, and major public buildings such as the Parthenon at Athens, the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, and the Temple to Apollo at Delphi were decorated with larger-than-life sculpture representing celebrated scenes from mythology.” (Greek mythology) The architecture of Athens often revolved around pleasing the gods, and because of the fact Parthenon is still standing today, it is still a major architectural influence for modern government buildings. “All citizens in Athens could participate directly in the government. We call this form of government a direct democracy.” (Government in Athens) Due to the fact that their government allowed their people to have a voice, and this affected their culture by
Without the power to choose nominees the Bosses of the time were unable to influence who would run for political office. Though this may have been effective in shutting down the corrupt local and railroad bosses, the practice of cross-filling made it possible to take advantage of the system in an entirely new way. From 1914 to 1952, California politicians were able to cross-file in the primary elections. This in turn kept politicians untethered from party politics and free to broker deals with whomever they wanted without having to please party leadership. This lead to a lot of insider back-scratching disguising itself as bipartisanship behavior.
The first imperative he displayed was considering the long-term effects. When Atkins asked Jeepo to go into business with him to produce pumps to assist with irrigation, the local populace took notice. The product the villagers received from Atkins and Jeepo’s partnership was only a by-product of what the partnership represented. Because the product they produced was so successful, coupled with its construction under a fair agreement with an American, it assisted in improving their perceptions regarding Americans. Before this business venture, the villagers held little faith in white Americans.
There is stringent law enforcement in some neighborhoods especially in combating drug usage. Many foreign investors are seeking meaningful real estate income by buying property in the area due to the increase in interest rates (Freeman & Braconi 44). The technology revolution is gradually kicking out older and poorer workers out of the labor force. In addition, social stagnation evidenced across societies has capped the jar thus limiting living options for many people in the Bronx. The renewed interest in city life across the United States has put a great premium on urban neighborhoods.