SWAT Essays

  • Say The Swat Team Analysis

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    Say the SWAT team came breaking down your door and force handcuffs on you, what would you do? This very thing happened to Cornilius Anderson otherwise known as "Mike Anderson," performed an armed robbery and was supposed to be booked into jail when the state never came to pick him up to be sent to prison. Thirteen years had passed when he was gone out of his cell, when the state came to release him. Mike was a good man, he became a law abiding citizen. He payed his taxes, got married and coached

  • Malala And Swat Pakistan Setting

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    The setting of the book set in Swat, Pakistan. Where Malala a young girl is shot by the Taliban( A terrorist group that forced people to practice Islam ( Religion) there way by using force)to strike fear in the hearts of women who want to attend school. When Malala is about 10 the Taliban seizes control of Swat, burning girls schools and other unspeakable acts of terrorism. Even though the situation is bad none can compare to the chaos that is Afghanistan. In Afghanistan women are beat for wearing

  • Essay On Malala Yousafzai

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    she was brave to speak out about education and women right in her country. Therefore, the Taliban issued a law stating that no girls’ may go to school. Malala was living in war and was very paranoid, and also, When the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley in Pakistan, one girl spoke out. Malala Yousafzai refused to be silenced and battled for her right to an education. “The terrorist thought they would change my aims and stop my ambition, but nothing changed in my life except this: weakness,

  • The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration Analysis

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    To begin with, our class material and content ranged from pervasive novels and excerpts to compelling documentaries and talks. Consequently, many class assignments left students grappling with the issues of mass incarceration and experiences with race. I insist that, due to this exposure, my most important learning was being challenged to keep my mind open to and critically thinking about situations and perspectives that I had not been aware of or experienced. The first example that comes to mind

  • Christina Lamb's I Am Malala The Powerful

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    past many challenging obstacles. In “Malala the Powerful” it states what happened in January 2009 when the Taliban had ordered all girl schools to close. But in 2007, the Taliban had already been taking control over SWAT valley which was Malala’s home. Before the Taliban arrived, SWAT was beautiful and visited by many tourists. But after the Taliban appeared it turned into a dangerous war zone. This was the start of Malala’s crusade. As Malala continues to fight for education against the Taliban,

  • Police Brutality: An Analysis

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    Are you, as a witness of the atrocity, culpable for the brutality, set forth by police? It is so what author, professor, and attorney, Bryan Stevenson, believes. The following is a quote from Bryan Stevenson’s novel, Just Mercy: “We are all implicated when we allow other people to be mistreated. An absence of compassion can corrupt the decency of a community, a state, a nation;” (source book). This is not a matter of racial discrimination, but rather an ethical dilemma covering the iniquity of the

  • Teen Activism Essay

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    activists like Malala Yousafzai, Alex Libby, Iqbal Masih are all great activists and they each fight for something different. One very important teen activist named Malala Yousafzai was a schoolgirl born in Mingora, Pakistan in a small village named SWAT. When she was younger her school shut down ,she realized that education is really important so she started to speak up and to tell other people that education is really important but the Taliban (a terrorist group) targeted her and they tried

  • Comparing The FBI Swat's Special Weapons And Tactics

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    Investigation’s Special Weapons and Tactics (FBI Swat).What is the FBI Swat?The FBI Swat is a Swat team managed and operated by the FBI and can operate nationwide in a plethora of situations ranging from hostage situations to sieging a terrorist compound. This group is not the only Special weapons and Tactics team, there are several teams per state.A lot of local police departments have some of their officers doubling up as both regular cops and Swat members to handle most situations. Even

  • Malala Yousafzai Speech

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    “One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.”-Malala Yousafzai. Malala Yousafzai at the ripe age of 15 she was shot in the head by the Taliban. Since then she has become a large advocate for education around the world and women 's rights. In Malala Yousafzai Speech at the United Nations, she talks about how everyone should have access to education and how women should have the same rights as men. The amount of supporters that Malala has gotten at the age of 16 is unbelievably

  • Teen Activism And The Civil Rights Movement

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    There are problems in this world that’s no secret. But, when people band together they can stop the problems, activism has no age. Teen activists are determined, outgoing, and courageous people. Their causes are things that a lot of people would want to or do support. Some notable activists are Malala Yousafzai, Faye Carey, and Craig Kielburger. These activists are backed by their parents, friends, and other organizations. Malala Yousafzai made news when she was shot by the Taliban. She was shot

  • I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up For Education

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    Shot by the Taliban” by: Malala Yousafzai and Christine Lamp, is a memoir about Malala Yousafzai and her fight for girl’s education. The memoir begins with Malala Yousafzai remembering her old life in the Swat Valley of Pakistan. When she closes her eyes, she sees her friends, the beautiful Swat Valley, and her beloved school. She also sees the Taliban and remembers the constant fear. When she opens her eyes, she sees a peaceful, humdrum city and remembers that she cannot return home. As the book

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of I Am Malala

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    Malala Yousafzai is a girl from Pakistan who lived in the Swat valley when her troubles began. Malala is praised internationally for her use of peaceful protest to spread her message of educational equality for women and the crudeness of the Taliban. She does so using rhetorical strategies throughout her novel; ‘I am Malala.’ The rhetoric Malala uses really makes her story seem more relatable and appeals emotionally to the readers. It is the story of a young girl growing up in a country where men

  • I Am Malala Quotes

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    On Tuesday, October 8th 2012 Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head for speaking out against the Taliban, and for education. “I Am Malala” is an Autobiography depicting the life of Malala Yousafzai, who lived in Pakistan when the Taliban came to power. When the Taliban made threats to the education of girls Malala spoke out. She grew in popularity and many people stood behind her in support of her cause. She grew into this fight, for her father was fighting it as well. He was an educator who dedicated

  • I Am Malala Themes

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    The book, I Am Malala: How One Girls Stood Up for Education and Changed the World is about a teenage Pakistani girl named Malala Yousafzai. Malala is a moderate Muslim that lived in Swat Valley, until she was shot in 2012. The point of the book is awareness for education for females. The three themes Importance of Education, Fame and the Importance of Role Models, and Courage and Perseverance come up in the book often. Importance of Education is very important because it is all throughout the book

  • Malala Yousafzai Research Papers

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    father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, who also believed education was very important. This inspired her passion for education. Malala’s family consists of her mother, Toor Pekai, her father, Ziauddin, and her two brothers Atal and Khushal Yousafzai. Her home Swat Valley, which was once a popular tourist spot, was soon changed after the Taliban, an Islamic

  • SWAT Tactics Analysis

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    The purpose of this paper will be to present a detailed analyzation of a newspaper article found on The Toronto Star website, titled: "Las Vegas gunman researched SWAT tactics, carefully planned out attack - but motive is a mystery: police" written by Ken Ritter. A major observation I made in this article is the attempt at instilling shock into the public in order to incite fear. This observation was made by assessing the signs, metaphors, and the overall format of the article and the manner of which

  • I Am Malala Themes

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    Up for Education and Changed the World is a memoir following the heroic Pashtun, Malala Yousafzai, through her journey to raise awareness for women’s rights; she even wrote this book to spread awareness about her goals. Malala was born in Mingora, Swat Valley, Pakistan as a Moderate Muslim in 1997. While she was campaigning for women’s rights and education for women, though, she was attacked by a Talib with a gun, sending her to a hospital in Birmingham. Malala’s dedication to female rights and education

  • I Am Malala Role Model

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    doing what they believe in. Malala had this quality which made her able to inspire millions of people around the world and in the end, she has gotten one step closer to what she wanted, children’s rights for education. Not only did the Taliban make Swat Valley into a terrifying and deadly place, but they also made many unjust laws, including all

  • Malala Yousafzai Definition Of Courage

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    People have their moments when they have to define courage, but figuring out what that courage will look like could be difficult. In "to kill a mockingbird" by Harper Lee shows reader that it can be hard to have courage. It is impossible to show courage without mental an emotional when it is most needed. Atticus wanted Jem to see the difference between courage and the outward physical courage.People have their moments when they have to define courage, but figuring out what that courage will look

  • Swat Club Research Paper

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    have succeeded in because I have been a part of the following extra- curricular projects: three years of SWAT club, four years of Raider Riot, and three varsity sports. All of these extra- curricular projects have made my high school career not only interesting but also made me a better person in the long run. One of the only clubs I was able to be a part of in high school was the SWAT club. SWAT stands for Students Working Against Tobacco and its one of the best clubs we have at my high school. This