Family: From the Inside

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Project 2 Diptych Project

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Built Environment Analysis

  “Our mission is to sustain, enhance, and protect Stone Mountain Park and to provide enriching historical, natural, cultural, and recreational experiences for all who visit.” (StoneMountainPark.org) This is the mission statement of none other than Stone Mountain Park. Beloved by many, Stone Mountain is a huge tourist attraction located in Georgia. Tourists from all over come to visit this historical site. My goal by the end of this paper is for you to see why this park does not make everyone feel welcome, contrary to what is stated in the mission statement. On June 23, 1923, the carving began on Stone Mountain. The next year that followed, a man by the name of Gutzon Borglum, finished carving the head of Robert E. Lee. Borglum, unveiled it on his birthday, January 19,1807. The Stone Mountain Carving was completed on March 3, 1972. However, the park was officially opened on September 19, 1958. The human habitation of Stone Mountain and its surroundings date back to prehistory. The mountain was first encountered by European explorers. Its summit was said to be encircled by a rock wall. Allegedly, the wall was built by early Native American inhabitants of the area. By the end of the 20th century, the wall had completely disappeared. In the early 19th Century, the area of Stone Mountain was known as Rock Mountain. Following the founding of DeKalb County, with the county seated near Decatur in 1822, Stone Mountain was a natural recreation area for many. Young men often took their dates on horseback rides from Decatur to the mountain. Aaron Cloud, an entrepreneur built a 165 feet...

Annotated Bibliography

This article is about how Atlanta street car operators are upset that homeless people are staying on the street car and just riding it until they tell them to get off. They feel unsafe. Since they can’t see behind them while they’re driving, they say they don’t know what can happen if someone comes up on them. Gina Pagnotta, PACE Union local president, talked to seven of the different workers and they all complained about the problem. The stench was so bad one time that someone actually got sick. APD said that the street car operators safety is their biggest concern, and they’ll continue to try to keep them safe. I chose this article because it brings light to the different views on the activities of the homeless. Some people feel sympathy for them, and some don’t. I don’t think there’s any flaws in the article. It was very straight forward. This article was similar to my previous one because it had to do with the homeless...
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