How would you feel people would feel knowing that they were ingesting contaminated foods? This was the case in the late 18th hundred and early 19th hundred many social and economic problems came to be in the United States. For example, one of the many problems that arose during these years were the sanitation conditions in the companies. To be more precise, food companies were getting away with many of the inspections the government would act on. Meat packing industries were becoming more unsafe everyday.
There was terrible wealth distribution to the rich were excessively rich whilst the poor where extremely poor. They would work in factories for log hours, which had no regard for health and safety. Therefore, work was very dangerous. They had an unbearable workload to earn a stable living. Due to their poor pay, they would live in cramped and humid houses making them extremely vulnerable to diseases like pneumonia.
He had to stop this.” This memory affected Brian in a bad way. He thought of the last Thanksgiving he had with his family before the divorce. He was hurt with the memory of his parents divorce. He thought of the food at the last Thanksgiving. This made the hunger grow.
Another weakness for Steven is the microwave meals, because he had to eat microwave meals all the time when his mom went to Pennsylvania for Jeffrey’s treatment. The only thing he ate was microwave meals, other than for breakfast because his father didn’t know how to cook. This led to Steven eating this for several months until the few days his mother and brother were home. Although Steven
I woke up and traditionally watched the parade with my family. We cooked all day, and then the rest of our extended family came over. My one-year-old cousin, Emerson, was there and she kept my occupied. I could not resist her cuteness. I ate way too much food and was in a food coma the rest of the night.
In “La Puerta” by Jose Antonio Burciago, a ramshackle door symbolizes the poverty that the protagonist, Sinesio, and his family come face to face with. The reader can see that Sinesio’s poverty causes them to have rough, un-fixable problems. While Faustina is cooking dinner, she momentarily looks up and her eyes fixate on the heavily patched door, water seeping through the cracks (Burciago 187). The fact that this family does not make enough money to properly patch a hole shows how dire their situation is. In this story, it is known that the door has already been heavily patched, yet, they cannot find a permanent solution.
The great depression caused a bunch of grief on the families due to all the events killing of their family members, separating families, and leaving them hungry. At this point of the Great Depression, many americans and others around the world thought that they were going to lose everything and the economy was never going to get better. The great depression also known as “Black Tuesday” started October 29, 1929, while President Herbert Hoover was in office. While in presidency Hoover only came up with hoovervilles to get the homeless have a place to stay, soup kitchens were thought of for the homeless to eat, and people also gave their scrap clothes to the homeless to have a little extra warmth during the cold weather. Hoover didn’t give anyone much hope on everything getting better anytime soon.
Have you ever just had a bad day maybe you're sick and you just feel miserable all day or you forget your coat at home and end up being really cold all day, or even forget your lunch money and you can't eat for a while. The jews that got put in the ghettos felt worse then that every day of their lives and the worst thing was they had no hope, they couldn't just go to the doctors when they were ill or have options of food everyday. The nazis made their lives miserable and i'm going to tell you how. Many tragic things occurred during world war II, the natzis created jewish ghettos wich affected 3.8 million of the jewish population. More than 400 jewish ghettos were established.
Joe’s restaurant, on third Avenue in New York City, is the worst place to dine in. Last week on Tuesday, I went to Joe’s restaurant; I was horrified by the condition of the dining room. The cushions on the chairs were cut open, the booths had pieces of food all over them, and the overall malodorous of the dining room was unbearable. As my food finally arrived, after waiting forty-two minutes, I had to return it due to it being poorly prepared. Therefore, if Joe’s continues to be this highly unsatisfactory, I wouldn 't be surprised if the health inspectors closed down the
About 625 million sub-Sahara Africans are living without electricity due to this they cook most of their meals by burning whatever is available for them to cook. The world experiencing poverty and it's unfortunate how it affecting children every day (Parke, 2016). What is important to note is that these deaths are caused by lack of proper nutrition, immunization, sanitation and water infrastructure(Eric Jensen,2018). Among common reasons, the main causes of poverty affecting Africans are the governments’ poor management and corruption. The leaders are enjoying the benefits whiles their citizens
There was famine; many died of hunger. They no longer drank good, pure water, but the water they drank was salty.” European records also took note of the famine and despair that they had caused, “We soldiers could scarcely get about the streets because of the Indians who were sick from hunger, pestilence and smallpox.” It was this quarantine of the city, along with the block-by-block destruction of houses that helped lead the Spanish to the capture of the city only three months after the siege
A Greaser’s Daily Trouble Have you been thinking, which side suffers more, I will show you why the greasers suffer more than the Socs. In the story, the greasers are always getting bothered by the Socs. The greasers are always having it very hard everyday. The greasers do not have everything, while the Socs have everything. The greasers struggle more than the Socs because they were poor, their parents did not care about them, and they were always in fights.
Their living conditions were incredibly poor including overflowing toilets, unfinished quarters, crowds, and lacking meals.People would leave for grueling field work because they hoped it’d be better than the camp. The authors go on to tell that Jeanne loses her family completely and rapidly. Her mother grows cold, her respectable father a drunkard, and her brothers nonchalant and blunt. Many people die in this chaos and we’re truly shown how some crisis break people beyond recovery, for example ‘Papa’ her honest, hard-working father
Have your parents ever asked you what you had for lunch? Have they told you that the one thing they miss was school lunch? My parents have and the reason why they missed it was being use they had homemade meals. I wish Bellmont high school would spend a little more time and money on our school lunches. At school, I expect a good lunch everyday day and something that will make me full too.
The Great Depression cause great impact to the people during the time. It cause people to be homeless, unemployed, starved, sick, and the kids had to stop school to work. Money was a big problem because there was a lot of bills and mouth to feed but there is no money to paid. Day by day all the people tried to lived off what they have but not enough when the economy is at its worst. The people who got effected the worst are the African American, Hispanics, and others poor people.