Cities of the Future
Presented To: John Gillies
Presented by: Devon Francis
Wednesday, October 8, 2013
The arrival of the cities of the future and what it has to offer such as technology and many other things evolves as everybody awaits to see what the city has to offer and what changes and improvements the city will have also. Many people have these types of question stuck in their heads and wonder: “Could the changes and improvements that are being made in the city actually benefit everybody living here or are these improvement and changes going to make everything worse?” These are the questions that people ask themselves.
Racism is something we've all witnessed. Many people fail to believe that race isn’t a biological category, but an artificial classification of people with no scientifically variable facts. In other words, the distinction we make between races has nothing to do with genetic characteristics. Race was created socially, primarily by how people observe ideas and faces we are not quite used to. The definition of race all depends on where and when the word is being used. It seems that is racism has been around so long we would have been able to overcome it as our species developed, but contact with those of whom we are afraid of often lead to disputes, which, in time, is what caused racism to transform from people simply disliking each other, to the permanent and indestructible foundation of common racism and prejudice. In the short story “Walled city” by Dan Hill, He writes: “Mark had been part of a group of no more than one hundred citizens that decided to build a genuinely sustainable city”. That means that he is always in a group with people that he fits in with. It is very mean rude to not help poor nations and ignore them. Therefore, rich people have allot of money and it will not effect if they donate or give charity to poor people. There are many good ways to help people...
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