The Klan 's increasing reputation for violence led the more prominent citizens, such as senators and mayors to drop out. criminals and the dispossessed looking for a new acceptance began to fill the ranks. Like many social movements local chapters proved difficult to monitor and direct the message. In disgust, of the lack of control many high ranking officers officially disbanded the organization and additionally the vast majority of local groups followed their lead. Some number of local units continued to operate but were eventually disbanded or sent into hiding by the influx of federal officers attempting to end their movement.
In 2005 New Orleans was inundated by the hurricane Katrina, where 80% of the city area was under water. This natural disaster was predicted through electronic devices that monitor natural disasters and forewarn people about hurricanes or other types of catastrophes. However, there still were a lot of destructions and deaths. The main reasons for that large amount of deaths and destructions were because the government did not take enough responsibility to prevent New Orleans from flooding and to save people from this extreme situation. Another reason was because people were not evacuated from that city before the hurricane.
Once the Lieutenant of the Metropolitan police ordered the other police officers inside and d fight broke out, AIM decided to take over the building. The Trail of Broken Treaties did not start out as an occupation but it turned into one once violence was inflicted on them first. After about five or six days, AIM had come to an agreement with the government. The agreement stated that the government would seriously consider looking into the twenty points presented by AIM and produce a council that would go over
For example, taking refugees to the aircraft carrier to save lives that were in trouble and in need. There were 6,000 refugees that got transported to the aircraft carrier and 3,000 refugees landed in USA.The Operation desert storm wind was helped by the Midway on how they roundup troops to get ready for the war ,they help save refugees the were in need to get them to safety. Operation frequent wind helped with getting the civilians .
They come out of the storm and raid nearby towns. When the storm ends, they disappear without a trace. They leave with all the goods and people they stole and kidnapped. On a particular stormy night, a young boy named Jonathan Davis and his best friend Maurice Van Strewman were outside helping people set their homes for the storm. Ships were supposed to be coming in for the storm so they didn’t get sucked into a maelstrom.
Rosa refused to move out of her seat and then the bus driver called the cops on Rosa. Rosa actually went to jail, and there is proof that she went. And it is true that Rosa was not very tall and she got bullied a lot because of her skin color and because of how short, she was. Rosa Parks and the Montgomery bus boycott are a major milestone in civil rights
Ken Kaye, in his article “Disaster Struck without Warning” (2003) he explains that for almost for two weeks, forecasters stationed around the Caribbean foresaw a storm that could cause massive damage, but lost sight of it which caused it to deal lots of damage to South Florida. Kaye supports his explanation by informing about different but similar situations, for example: people like Richard Grey and Robert Mykle studied and witnessed massive storms destroying towns and lives. The author’s purpose is to inform that storms can come out of nowhere even if they are spotted by experts, so that next time there’s a dangerous storm in your area you can be more cautious. The author writes in an informal tone for people who live in areas that are vulnerable
On August 28th, 1990 no tornado watches or warnings were released, until several minutes after the tornado had brought havoc onto Plainfield. For the NWS to release a tornado watch, merely means the conditions are possible. Typically severe thunderstorms produce tornadoes, and when the watch is released the atmospheric pressures are favorable to the storm producing tornadoes. On the other hand, tornado warnings are much more serious and requires immediate action. When the NWS releases a tornado warning, there is information either that a human observer had spotted the tornado or the rotation had shown on their radar with a low level rotation, but powerful, when atmospheric conditions has the ability to conduct tornadoes.
The people of the island were forced to evacuate their homes and were told they could return home after the nuclear testing was complete. Little did they know; the levels of radiation would still be too high for the land to be inhabited for years to come. Once they returned home, they were forced to evacuate once again. Shortly after “Bravo” was detonated, 51 people were affected by the blast, some being over 100 miles away from the explosion. They had to be evacuated and treated for symptoms of acute radiation sickness including nausea, vomiting, skin burns, and hair loss.4 “After the “Bravo” test the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) began Project 4.1, “the study of the response of human beings exposed to significant beta and gamma radiation due to fallout from high-yield weapons.”2 Citizens of the Marshall Islands were divided into “exposed” and “control” groups to observe the short- and longterm effects of exposure to radiation from fallout and the contaminated environment where they lived.
From Leon’s story when the riot was happening he was in it with Martin Luther King Jr. and thousands of other colored people, and when they went to the Town Hall the mayor was behind the National guard then the mayor announced the Jim Crow laws ended and a lot of whites ran to do something but they were arrested. After the big riot, white people were arrested due to trying to attack the black people. “If anyone was caught abusing or throwing rocks or anything, they would be arrested”. That was the mayor when the riot for Civil Rights and that was when the Jim Crow laws were
This made people think they couldn 't be hurt by one. On the day of the hurricane the island flooded and Isaac told people to stay in their homes, but almost all the houses collapsed. When Isaac figured out the storm was a hurricane, he tried to warn as many people as possible, which saved a lot of people. I believe that Isaac was both a hero and too slow to react. He was too slow to react when he didn 't know that it was a hurricane until a few hours before and told people things that got them killed.
The bullet from the rifle went into tho the back of Kennedy’s neck, causing his windpipe to tear, and the bullet exited his throat. If there was no explosion in the back of the motorcade, Kennedy would have survived. It was not long after Lyndon announced John F. Kennedy’s death to the shocked Americans. Lyndon Baines Johnson was the new President taking over the United States (Kaye,1988). While Johnson was President, he declared a National war that was based on poverty and also witnessed the Civil Rights bill become a law in 1965.
Furthermore, Fema focused more of their financial resources toward massive incarceration during hurricane Katrina. Fema priorities on how the handle funding resource during the after math of Karina, they focused more on crimes rather than helping victims. Fema overseen and run by homeland security directed there attention towards crimes and terrorist, instead of quickly making funds accessible to resident with no place live. Fema paid for this prison system to operate and covered inmates cost of living during the time spent in prison. Fema sent law officials to arrest New Orleans residents.
In the Tennessee State Court website, the text states, “It is the mission of the State Court of Henry County to do justice, as nearly as possible, to all persons coming before our Court, and to the community at large.” On October 4,2005, in Paris Tennessee, Mr. Samuel Haines was struck by a bus from the Henry County Board of education. Mr. Haines at first tried to stop and apply his brakes when the car
Why did the government did not pay them their bonus early?If the government would have pay their bonus earlier, all that would have been prevented. Herbert Hoover did not react to the situation, all he did was provide some sanitary facilities, clothes, tents and food. After a month, President Hoover gave the order to remove all veterans from the capital. “The police tried, but when a officer panicked and fired into a crowd, killing two veterans, the secretary of war asked if he could send in the army troops” as it was stated on the US History book on chapter 9, page number 303. What president Hoover did was insane, he knew that those people were in need of jobs and homes.