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    Brotherhood Brotherhood cannot be walked away from. It is a lifelong relationship with who you call brothers. From my experience with brotherhood‚ its a promise they have between one another. Brothers stay together when they are at their best‚ and their worse‚ that’s the respect that is given and received with brothers. The difference between friendships and brotherhood’s are the internal bond you have and the pure love between them. But how far will a fake brotherhood go? Pat Conroy’s

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    The Brotherhood in the Invisible Man Brotherhoods are associations‚ usually of men‚ that unite for common purposes. The members in the brotherhood typically respect one another‚ defend one another‚ and cooperate to obtain specific goals. The American Federation of Labor (AFL) was one of the first federations of labor unions in the United States‚ whose goal is to create better employment opportunities for workers. Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi are two of the largest university fraternities in the country

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    The Muslim Brotherhood “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Quran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.” This is the motto of the world’s largest‚ oldest‚ and most influential Islamist organization known as the Muslim Brotherhood‚ or al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun. They are an organization that operates under an umbrella of secrecy with an agenda to remove westernization of Muslim culture and establish Shari’ah law and Sunni Islamic governments

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    ARYAN BROTHERHOOD Growing up most people has been part of a group‚ one way or another. Girls grew up being Girl scouts or Campfire girls‚ and boys had Boy scouts and baseball. Well‚ on that note‚ I remember having a pledge in Girls Scouts. Well the Aryan Brotherhood also has a pledge: "I will stand by my brother My brother will come before all others My life is forfeited should I fail my brother I will honor my brother in peace and war" They also live by the motto‚ "in for life and out

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    alone there have been several gangs that the Arizona Department of Corrections have validated as a threat in and outside of the prison they include‚ Dine’ Pride‚ Warrior Society‚ New Mexican Mafia‚ Old Mexican Mafia‚ Boarder Brothers and The Aryan Brotherhood just to name a few. Each gang has their own set of “guidelines” as to the type of member they will accept. They also have their own rules on how each member must behave. If an inmate meets the guidelines of their chosen gang he/she must then prove

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    inmates‚ their progress in their sentences‚ rehabilitation and recidivism. Aryan Brotherhood (AB) Gender Makeup: Male Racial Makeup: White Example of Aryan Brotherhood graffiti. Origin: Originated in 1967 in the San Quentin State Prison‚ California Department of Corrections. Characteristics: Unaffiliated splinter groups sometimes use the name of their state along with the name "Aryan Brotherhood" (e.g.‚ Aryan Brotherhood of Texas). Members display many white supremacist‚ neo-Nazi characteristics and

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    The Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood The Muslim Brotherhood is the largest Islamist organization in Egypt. It was founded in the 1920s by Hassan Al-Banna. The movement was a model of political activism combined with Islamic charity work. At first‚ it only aimed to spread Islamic morals‚ but soon became involved in politics. While the Muslim Brotherhood claims that it supports democratic principles‚ it aims to create a state ruled by Al Shariaa. Al Shariaa is the Islamic law stated in the Quran.

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    Security Threat: Gangs Inside Prison Walls By: Katelynn Gregory CJ130; Unit 9 Final Project 03/07/2015 The Aryan Brotherhood‚ also know widely as The Brand‚ Alice Baker‚ AB‚ or One-Two‚ is the Nation’s oldest major white supremacist gang and national crime syndicate. The Aryan Brotherhood gang was founded in 1964 by Irish bikers as a form of protection for white inmates in newly desegregated prisons. The founding location of this gang was at the San Quentin State Prison in California

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    society named the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.  Their adoption of the name Pre-Raphaelite expressed their admiration for what they saw as the direct and uncomplicated depiction of nature typical of Italian painting before the time of Raphael.  The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was formed by three Royal Academy students: Dante Gabriel Rossetti‚ who was a gifted poet as well as a painter‚ William Holman Hunt‚ and John Everett Millais‚ all under 25 years of age. The Brotherhood immediately began to produce

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    at least to the best of his ability. Regardless of how the narrator dealt with his brother the final outcome is the most important aspect of the story‚ and it shows that brotherhood is capable of overcoming hardship and misunderstanding because it is so important in regard to human survival and success. The fact that brotherhood prevails over all things is an important theme‚ and one that rings so very true. The first struggle that the reader is introduced to in "Sonny’s Blues" is the distinct age

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