Examples Of Catastrophic Events

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Catastrophic events have occurred over time over time,many could have been prevented. and many are results from our “freedoms” that has been taken advantage of. California social service center shooting, World War 1, and “Rights to the streets of Memphis,” by Richard Wright convey that protection is needed to live without fear.

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