Then, the environment started to play a role. Major dust storms swept through the prairies, leaving farmers with no crops and no ways to get food or make money. These additional effects to the stock market crash made the banks take people’s belongings, homes, vehicles, and anything that they had. The future looked bleak during this time for many. In the short story, “The Lamp at Noon” by Sinclair Ross, the author develops this idea that the negative effects of the Great Depression clearly affect the future of the individuals and their children.
The lack of food is the reason so many colonists died of hunger. The second reason to why so many colonists died was because of occupations. There were too many gentleman in May 1607 and January 1608 that did not want to do any work at all. One surgeon in 1607 and 1608 was not good.
Finally, hundreds upon thousands teenage boys and some girls rode the freight trains in search for jobs across the States. These kids came from a wealthy family who lost every, or to poor farmers. Overall, the Great
In 1994, the Rwanda genocide was over with 800,000 casualties. The economy and education system are extremely slow to recover. Most children do not attend school. Rwandans struggle to make a living and survive despite the failing economy. They face extreme poverty and starvation and with little education
Nearly 26% of the homeless population are people under the age of 18. Which explains why they have no education and that they cannot provide for themselves. Many kids that are homeless do not have a family which is the reason why they became homeless in the first place. Some homeless people are disqualified to get a job because they not go to school. Which makes it harder for them to read a newspaper, get a driver’s license or even to fill out a job application.
“The 1930s was A period of extreme hardship in the united states The country had fallen into financial disaster. Banks had failed, factories had shut down, farmers could not sell their crops many families lost their life savings by 1932 one in four americans was jobless.” “During the great depression, millions of people became homeless. A hobo is a homeless and often poor person who travels in search of work. During the 1930s,most hobos traveled place to place by sneaking on to freight trains.”
In the United States there are many children and adults that go hungry, due to financial problems. With the economy and how high cost of living is, it’s hard to provide, food for the family. The results of hunger on children in America are not having the right nutrition, can have serious implication for a child’s physical and mental health. Also food insecurity is harmful to all people, but it is particularly devastating to children.
one out of four Americans had no job in 1932. 250,000 kids rode trains across America to find a job. Wealthy people could be homeless if they lost their jobs. They might be the people hopping trains and begging for food.
Commonly, families who have a lot of children do not have enough money to feed them all, or feed them properly (Chary, Messmer, & Rohloff 227). Since males are not letting the females work or make progress, they are just receiving one income, which is not enough for everyone (ibid). It also affects the country greatly because more government money goes into these families, and the rate of poverty and malnutrition increases
Many kids and adults had to work all day on their feet and never really got time to relax and go home. they had to work for hours in machines which could make people sick because there were pollutions and other chemical that gave people health problems and they may sometimes have died because maybe they couldn’t afford to go to the doctors because, workers in the factories didn’t really get pay that much because of how they work for long times . according to Document 2 it explains “ the hour labor was from 6 to t night; it was very difficult work “as a result, even though many people work they couldn’t afford to buy much food for their family and barely saw their kids and have a time to enjoy each other. Also there were many people adult that could no longer work and manger would offer little kids to work at a very younger age and didn’t have to go to school. Many girls who work had to tie their hair back because it would be catch on the machines.
The Great Depression was a time of disparity; many people lost their jobs, their families, and the will to live. Many problems arose for the people of the United States. Three specific problems that these people experienced were food shortages which which was made worse due to President. Hoover's philosophy, increased racial discrimination which led to the creation of an executive order, and economic problems for farmers which was solved agreeably. Although many people struggled during this time it also showed the determination of people wanting to get better and not giving up because of how many obstacles were in their way.
2015: A promising year, full of opportunities, though less than 3 months away from coming to a close. Not more than 100 years ago, things were not the same as they exist now. Major problems were faced in eras such as the Progressive Era. Such problems that people faced back then were women’s suffrage, child labor, and deforestation.