Ms. Cardiello is a 40 year old individual, who was born in Manhattan and raised in Franklin Square. She graduated from a joint high school, Carey and Sewanhaka high school in 1992. She continued her education at Nassau Community College where she obtained an Associate in Liberal Arts. She indicated following her degree from Nassau she received an academic scholarship to Dowling College where she graduated in 1996 with a degree in psychology and a teaching certification. She indicated that she has not had a stable work because she has been in court for many years and it has affected her ability to work full time. Ms. Cardiello reported that currently working full time at a parochial school as a kindergarten teacher.
Her family had a picture of Jesus in their house and went to church often. When Ruby could not sleep her mom told her to pray to god for help and to protect her. Also before every meal her family prayed and when Ruby drank tea with Dr. Cole she made him pray before drank any. Ruby prayed for many people, she even prayed for the hecklers outside of the school. Ruby trusted that God would help her get through school. It wasn’t just Ruby who believed in god, her mom also prayed a lot for Ruby and Abon. Dr. Cole as well had faith in Ruby that she would change and show improvement in the way she acted. Ruby had to overcome a lot of things during her time at William Frantz, prejudice, facing her fears, and finding her strength in faith were just some of
In the late 19th century, there were many influential women including Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and many others that were busy making their impact on society. This was the crucial time period for the reform and improvement of women’s rights. Along with this, it was also the time that Clara Barton pushed for the creation of the American Red Cross. Barton was one of the most influential, but often overlooked, woman of her time period because she pushed for the creation of one of the most relied on associations throughout the world.
Have you ever wondered why some people act the way they act? It really all depends on the way they were raised, and what culture they were raised in. That’s what I have always wondered, how people act the way they act. While some may say that culture is the only way to learn about others. I believe one’s culture occasionally informs the way one views the world because our experiences are what truly shapes our views, which is illustrated in personal experiences and literature. In some cases, our culture, informs our perspectives but in others, it has no direct influence.
Sumner was well educated and taught political and social science at one of the greatest universities in the country. He found teaching others very important, particularly on the subject of science. He further related evolution, focusing on Social Darwinism, to the issues he had observed in our struggling city life. Addams had graduated from Rockford College in Illinois and stressed education as well. However, she stressed that both formal and informal education were vital in helping those who were struggling from the “overpowering poverty of the overcrowded city.” Instead of focusing education to only the wealthier classes, she was usually teaching the poor and underprivileged and she taught basic life skills, such as sewing and cooking, as well as job training.
Getting down to Nebraska was harsh and the trail was dusty. The children like me had to take care of the animals. Jim, Antonia and myself became really good friends after living next door to each other for a while and we do everything together. When I work, I help my dad to plant and harvest crops and hunt for food. We planted and harvested corn, potatoes, pumpkin, wheat, peas, carrots and tomatoes. In the years I lived in Nebraska, people died sooner because all of us didn't have the certain type of medicine to keep people alive longer. When I went out with friends, we would take turns on who took the wagon out and if it was my turn and the wagon broke down I would have to fix it myself. We have both rich families and poor families in my town. I have a friend that
During her adolescence years, she attended Bethune Elementary school in sixth grade. At Bethune she learned to cook, sew, and wash. She
Ava Rideaux is the senior pastor of, Anointed to Serve MultiMinistries International Inc. With a heart to see souls saved and delivered from the bondage of sin.
On the corner of School Ave and 5th Street a small playground rests on a sandy pit dusted with footprints of different shapes and sizes. Each day a surfeit of students stomp over the play equipment during their fifteen minute recess. In an office close by this playground, Principal Harriet Taylor is hard at work as she reaches the final stride in her career as an administrator at Springfield Elementary School. In June when the kids abandon the playground for summer, Harriet will abandon the office, relinquishing her duties as principal for the lure of retirement. Before Harriet could even dream of the office she works in today, she was romping all over the same playground many Springfield students use today. Harriet Taylor’s family moved to Bay County when she was eight years old and Harriet began third grade at none other than Springfield Elementary School. “It’s kind of cool that I got to start here and now I’m ending here.” she says with a proud smile, a Springfield tiger through and through.
Edith Cowan (nee Brown) was the first woman elected to the Australian parliament. She defined a generation of female parliamentarians and cleared the way for the hundreds of women who followed.
name is Alyssa Loredo, I was born and raised in Odessa, Texas. I have moved around frequently, but I have not yet to move out of Odessa. And who am I? That's an Interesting question, but overall I would describe myself as Devoted, Ambitious, and a Perfectionist when I need to be.
Imagine being involved in a school activity that literally consumes almost every moment of one 's life. Anna Skelly is involved in Hempfield Area High School Marching Spartan Marching Band. i have known Anna since middle school. We just became close because we both attend Cosmetology in CWCTC tech school. While interviewing Anna, I learned many interesting things about her family life, school activities, and hobbies.
For this pastoral interview, I interviewed Andrew O’Brien. He has been serving as the missions pastor for North Ridge Church for two years. O’Brien lives in Falls City, Nebraska with his wife, Emily, and two young sons. Being a child of missionaries in Mexico, he has always had a heart for missions. In obtaining higher education, O’Brien attended Philadelphia Bible College (now Carin University), to obtain a degree in Bible as well as a minor in missions. I talked with O’Brien his doctrinal position, strategies, opinions, and practical applications of the church with missions.
“Hispanic men, for their part, have made no progress in narrowing the wage gap with white men since 1980” (Patten lines 39-40). Since the dawn of time there has always been discrimination against races that society deems “superior”. In history, in the lives of those who are dedicated to change, and for the betterment of Texas there has always been a shadow cast by inequality. There is hope from every educated person, that this stigma would be completely eradicated. Inequality does nothing but hurt our society and weaken the ties between fellow human beings.
Intersectionality is the recognition that a woman’s oppressions, limitations and opportunities result from the combined impact of two or more influential statuses-in particular , her gender, race, class, age, and sexual preferences (PP. pg. 9 of 15). As Hooks began her book she notes that she was not sure what “class” her and her family fell up under because she never knew what level of money they had. She did know that she lived in a patriarchal family were her father was the breadwinner and because he was the man with the money he dictated where the money went and how it was spent. Still without discussing class her parent’s drilled into her and her siblings that hard work pays off. On the other hand, her mother wanted her to value her education.