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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: Back by popular demand so bring your ideas with you! This session is designed to serve as a forum for law students at every level to express their ideas and perspectives about their law school experience, law school leaders will facilitate discussions in an effort to hear the voices and understand the issues of the law students they serve with regard to programs and activities that will enhance legal education inside and out of the classroom. Introduction of Candidate Marilyn R. Forbes Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Paul J. Foley Don Vaughan Keynote Address: "Educating Lawyers for the 21st Century" Kenneth P. Carlson Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP (Employment Law / Trade Secret Law / Mediation and Arbitration) Lt. Governor Presented by: Former North Carolina State Senator Former Greensboro Mayor Pro Tempore Former Greensboro City Councilman Lt. Gov. for Student Bar Associations Speeches from the Candidates and Election of the 2014-2015 Circuit Governor North Carolina State Board of Elections A Governor Work-A-Day Project Anti-Sex Slavery Campaign "The Lawyer-Leader in You" B Mary Markovich Law Offices of Mary Markovich, PA (Elder Law / Veterans Benefits) Fourth Circuit Leadership Structure mentioned in: Sonny S. Haynes, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP (Government Liability) Fourth Circuit Fourth Circuit Leadership Team Executive Lt. Gov. Lt. Governor Fourth Circuit Activities Lt. Gov. for Programming and Events and Diversity Emma Merritt Baggett Tuggle Duggins P.A. Circuit RoundTable #ABALSD #FourthCircuit ABA Fall Leadership Summit A Michael Horowitz Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Winston-Salem City Councilman 2008 Candidate for Governor Lt. Governor Mathew Kerbis Law Student Division Chairman Lt. Gov. for VITA The Lawyer-Politician: Why a J.D. is Important Richard D. Dietz, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton (Appellate & Supreme Court / Complex Business Litigation / Constitutional Litigation) Lt. Governor 4th "Lunch With Experience" ABA-LSD Silver Key Awards Circuit Elizabeth Taylor The Law Office of Elizabeth C. Taylor; Attorney and Counselor at Law Marilyn R. Forbes Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP Product Liability litigation Lt. Governor Whit D. Pierce Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP (Litigation) Lt. Gov. for Circuit Relations and Communications Spring Circuit Meeting Dean Blake Morant, Wake Forest University School of Law Clara Cottrell Counsel, BASF Corporation (Intellectual Property) Circuit Governor Dan Besse Transitioning from Law School to Law Practice: How to Hit the Ground Running There is a transition period between law school and legal practice. No more exams or papers for grades. Now, the papers are submitted to courts for paying clients.Learn how to use the basic skills you learned in law school to successfully navigate through this transition period. Donald R. Vaughan Donald R. Vaughan and Associates (General Practice) Lt. Gov. for Membership & Recruitment Emma Merritt Baggett Tuggle Duggins P.A. TOPIC #4 Elizabeth Taylor The Law Office of Elizabeth C. Taylor; Attorney and Counselor at Law
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