Violent outbreaks occurred everywhere. Innocent people were getting teased and killed just because of their race and the way they looked. In December 2015 Gallup found that, “51 percent of people were very or somewhat worried that they or someone in their families would be a victim of terrorism” As the years go on the percent keeps increasing. Just this year the percent has raised
Sometimes even they are goaded or bullied by their peers. 1 out of 4 children and teens has a mental issue at some point but less than 25 percent of the mental issues are ever treated Price 1-2). When there is a horrible instance like a shooting where a large number of people are killed their is a large amount of national attention where the government looks into how to treat these issues and possibly prevent future ones but shortly after the emotion and attention goes away so does the actions to prevent such events from taking place (Price 2). Kids now instead of solving their problems by duking it out in the backyard they are turning to more violent measures. Some of these measures are knives baseball bats boots and sometimes even guns.
Most of these incidents go unreported or unnoticed. Recently the alarming amount of unarmed minorities that have been killed by the police has created an outrage across the U.S. and hatred and distrust towards police. Police Brutality has been going on for countless years, but now with communication media the country sees it more often and people react faster. Many people believe it 's a race issue and that is one of the reasons and one important factor that leads to police brutality. When that act of violence does occur, most police officers aren 't liable.
“It is about ending the incredible despair that exists in many parts of this country where – as a result of unemployment and low wages, suicide, drugs and alcohol – millions of Americans are now dying, in an ahistorical way, at a younger age than their parents (Sanders).” Suicide, drugs, and alcohol are all hard hitting subjects to most, especially suicide. And the fact that he mentions young Americans are succumbing to these things evokes pathos because children are seen more innocent and untouched by society than adults. Therefore, seeing a child, adolescent, or young adult succumb to any of the previously mentioned things would be devastating for most to hear and see.
Lastly because of all of the family members the characters lose it makes me ask myself what would I do if I ever lost my mom or dad. For example, I was bullied before and it made me really sad. I have never been depressed but if I was it would probably suck. I lost my grandpa two years ago and it was really hard for me. The plot is memorable to me because the author made things to be more like an actual human.
The show lost and the book lord of the flies have many differences and similarities with each other. In lost since there were more adults that were more matured, everyone was panicking over the plane crash but in lord of the flies, since most of the survivors were young children between ages six to twelve, a lot of the characters were more immature and they were acting like the plane crash was no big deal. I believe Jack from lost could be a great leader because when the plane crash occurs, he tries his very best to help everyone out specially the people that are injured since he is a doctor. There’s also a drowning scene that occurs in episode 5 of lost where jack swims to save the woman that was seeking for help. jack is very intelligent and he wants everyone to cooperate with each other so everybody can get the work done.
This abuse started in the 1950s and it affected many people from the time the abuse occurred until later in their life or even their whole life. For example in 2012, at least 40 people committed suicide in Victoria because of the abuse they had faced. When the children told their parents and the authorities, they brushed it off just like the Victorian authorities did about the gold licence fees. When the discoveries of the abuse were found to be true, many people lost faith in the Catholic Church. This became worse when the church attempted to cover up the abuse stories.
Drunk driving is a serious problem that continues to take thousands of deaths each year. Too many innocent lives been lost to drunk driving. A death from drunk driving does not only affect the victim but it affects everyone around them such as family and friends. One night, one drink, one mistake is all it takes for drunk driving to take its toll. There are many solutions to prevent drunk driving, but they will only work if we put them into play.
Many people hear assisted suicide and they think that it is criminal or unjust. Many people, more than we realize, have to battle with terminal illness. Every day, they go through pain and suffering. They shouldn’t have to go through this because of the opinions of other people. Assisted suicide or acts like it can help them.
These children were given a week in order to recuperate from this tragic situation they were put through. That’s not enough time, many will be depressed because those empty seats are not because that child is sick, but due to the fact that they were one of the victims that was shot and killed. Classes will not be the same and yet this was all because of our gun control laws. How is a 19 year old able to buy a AR-15 rifle, but not cigarettes or alcohol? As a result from this horrific event, gun control laws should be enforced more strictly throughout the United States of America.
GSA at western had changed me a lot during freshman year. They helped me come out of myself. I 'm bisexual. My parents nor my family knows since they are really religious but I know one day I 'm going to come out just like I did with my friends I know it isn 't the same but I just want to let my parents know that no matter what I 'm their daughter. All of my friends have been very supportive and being in GSA I don 't know it just makes me feel apart of something.
Although the Miranda Rights have helped many people throughout their cases, it has also hurt the police departments all across America. After the Miranda Rights were enforced to be used after arresting, the number of confessions from suspects fell sixteen percentage points. It also affected the number of cases solved because the suspects no longer confessed about the wrong they did so there were large number of cases that never gotten solved. Many crimes were let unsolved and they dramatically fell in numbers like the cases of violent crimes solved dropped 25% and property crimes solved fell as well. To put the numbers in perspective , if the Miranda rights weren 't put into place between 8,000 to 36,000, or more robberies would have been solved in 1995 according to Paul Cassell, that 's a lot of robberies that could have been
Neighboring buildings, had dusts on the inside of the buildings for months, leading to many workers with several respirator issues. If the United States government didn’t cut corners with its research and actual air testing, many people lives would’ve been saved today. Lying to the public proved to be a bad decision when it came to the health of the people. They cut corners to save money. They even refused to give masks and ventilators to those who were working down at Ground Zero.
Reflection: These poems belongs to a topic which is quite devastating in most ways.This thing causes lots of people to die,to end their pain called life.This traumizing event is called sucicide.Suciside is a very hard thing for an adult to go through but imagine a child because one in every one hundred thousand kids think of sucicide or actually does it but when you are a teenager the risk goes up by quite a bit.Seven out of one hundred thousand kids fall under the influence of this epidemic but it gets even worse when your a young adult it becomes 12.7 percentage of people also have it but sadly these aren 't the ones who recover sadly these are the people who have tried or have ended their pain. These peoms represent how hard it is and
Assisted dying is becoming a significant topic that concerns people around the world, but it is still banned in the United Kingdom. More and more people justify assisted dying so perhaps it is time to make it legal. It is a process where mentally competent and terminally ill adults, after meeting the legal safeguards, voluntarily decide to take prescribed medication to end their lives (Dignity in Dying, 2013). According to Dignity in Dying (2013), the greater proportion of the public is in support of the legalisation of assisted dying. Eighty percent of the public is in support of assisted dying to be legalised.