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Transcript: This is important to the story because Jeremiah was shot by police. Police brutality is the use of excessive and/or unnecessary force by police when dealing with civilians. When they shot Jeremiah it was unnecessary and uncalled for. The police that shot him acted on impulse. He ruined the lives of many and we see, in the story and in real life, how police brutality effects society. CREATIVE: Collage PowerPoint This is significant to the story because it shows that AA, unarmed people are killed by police. Jeremiah was murdered by police. They shot him without asking any questions or even seeing his face. The police officers thought he was a suspect in an ongoing investigation. They assumed and made the wrong decision, ultimately leading to Jeremiah's death. This is important to the text because it's saying is a white person's life more valuable than a black person's. Jeremiah was killed and he was black, but would the same thing have happened if he was white? Prejudice in our society is unjust and unfair. The police man that killed Jeremiah got to go home to his family. Jeremiah will never be able to see his family again. This picture deals with stereotypes that happen in everyday life. Jeremiah was a black kid, with dreads and a tall build. The police shot him because they stereotyped him as "dangerous". In society, we blindly stereotype others. In this case, the policeman's stereotype caused someone to die. This picture represents Jeremiah. In the story his point of view comes from him being a spirit watching over. Throughout the story he's described as a ghost-like presence that his family and friends feel. He feels light, airy, and sometimes forgotten. He looks back and knows that he will never be able to do the things he always wanted to do in life. Towards the end of the story, Jeremiah feels at peace and knows that he can move on, but not forget what could've been.

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Transcript: Nashville Location on Music Row to reconcile former prisoners to society and society to former prisoners through the development of a supportive community. Minor updates and repairs to the house, primarily the residents rooms touch-up painting "to complete the renovations that are limiting the maximum occupancy and to update programming in order to deliver the most effective and efficient services to the residents' food products paper products laundry detergent toiletries gently used clothing & shoes for men towels and washclothes twin sheets, blankets & pillows kitchen utensils various furniture and accessories What Did I do? Meaning Behind the Name a spirit of open and participative decision making -Scott Pieper Executive Director of Nashville Dismas House Residents pay a “program fee” for their room and board, but this only covers about 20 to 25% of the cost of operating the home. Why Dismas House? MacKenzie Morales a family setting for students and former offenders Gave a personal donation through What is Dismas House? replacing old ventilation registers Dismas =traditional name of the repentant thief at Calvary (Luke XXII, 39-43). Many former prisoners in today's world can also be seen as "Dismas" - punished, repentant, and deserving of forgiveness and a new beginning What about our $510? Bibliography "Dismas Nashville." Dismas Nashville. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. "Google." Google. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. <>. "Home." Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. <>. How do they spend their money? Volunteered at Dismas House, by cooking and serving dinner with fellow Ryan students and shared a meal with the men Mission of Dismas House Why Donate? BRAIN Regularly Needed Items The remaining operating expenses are made up by donations from government and foundation grants and charitable giving by institutions and individuals. DISMAS HOUSE active volunteer from the broader community a community of former prisoners and college students, living in a transitional housing environment. Our $510 Continued. purchasing/installing blinds or curtains in rooms that residents have hung SHEETS in place of Est. 1974 Father Jack Hickey, O.P of the Vanderbilt University Prison Project and a group of VU students saw that many former prisoners had no place to go upon release and severely lacked employement opportunities. Financial Aid and in-kind donations are A BIG PART of what keeps Dismas House running patching holes in walls

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