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The Dehumanization of Sudanese Children during Civil Wars: The Conceptual Border between the Developed and Underdeveloped World

4 pages | 910 words

This essay discusses the dehumanization of Sudanese children during the civil wars and the conceptual border between the developed and underdeveloped world. It describes how children have been used as soldiers, forced to flee their homes, and suffer from various forms of abuse. It also discusses how the conflict is due to the fact that developed countries are exploiting underdeveloped countries for their resources.

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The Bill of Rights: Principles and Elements

3 pages | 640 words

The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, which were ratified on December 15, 1791. They guarantee a number of personal freedoms, limit government power and protect the rights of all U.S. citizens, residents and visitors. The Bill of Rights sets forth a number of important principles that govern the U.S. government, including separation of powers, checks and balances, limited government, and judicial review. These principles ensure that the government is limited in its power, and that individual rights are protected.

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The Role of Private Clubs in Reinforcing Social Values

5 pages | 1330 words

This essay explores the history of private clubs, the debate over affirmative action, and the role of private clubs in reinforcing social values.

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The Contributions of Mamphela Ramphele and Maria Elena Lucas to the Chicano and Chicana People

3 pages | 560 words

This essay discusses the contributions of Mamphela Ramphele and Maria Elena Lucas to the Chicano and Chicana people. It provides a brief overview of Chicano and Chicana history, and describes how the goals of the Chicano and Chicana feminist movements have been shaped by their work.

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Child Rights in India: An Introduction

5 pages | 1200 words

The essay discusses the work of the Children's Rights and You (CRY) organization in India, with a focus on their efforts to promote child rights and development. It also discusses the role of grassroots NGOs in development in India, and how they face many challenges. Finally, the essay discusses the film Slumdog Millionaire and how it highlights the issue of child rights in India.

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Amnesty International and Children’s Rights

3 pages | 560 words

In this essay, I will discuss some of the ways in which Amnesty International advocates for children's rights, specifically the right to education and prohibition of early marriages.

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The Impact of Racial and Gender Discrimination on Black Women in America

5 pages | 1200 words

This essay discusses racial and gender discrimination in America, with a focus on the experiences of black women. It looks at the history of discrimination in America, the ways in which black women have been affected by it, and how they have used poetry to express their views on these issues.

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Research Paper

The War on Terror: Causes and Consequences

4 pages | 840 words

This essay explores the impact of the War on Terror on individual rights, specifically the right to privacy and security. It argues that although the War on Terror was necessary in order to protecting American citizens from further harm, the trade-off for increased security has been a loss of privacy for individuals.

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