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When Catherine’s home is investigated, Child Protective Services (CPS) intervenes, Victor is sent to prison, and she loses her children to the foster care system. So I found myself a little lost at times in understanding the geography and the politics of the region. Empathic and immersive, it’s a story of humanity and community in a war zone: a story of survival when everything seems to be falling apart.

He points out that "concentrated poverty is a misleading phrase that fails to highlight who concentrated the poverty, how it became concentrated .Much of the information (the particular non-profit organizations, government entities, local laws and budgets, etc. A poor condition book can still make a good reading copy but is generally not collectible unless the item is very scarce.

Morris gets us to experience every little emotion with Zora—the shock, the hurt, the cold, the hunger, also the few moments of comfort or happiness snatched amidst it all. The people in Bosnia who left were labelled ‘deserters’ while those who stayed were labelled ‘good Serbs. As the shelling begins, Zora pleads with her husband to take her elderly mother to stay with her married daughter in England. The process of firing Black teachers and closing the schools that serve the most Black students is a racial equity issue. Putting Baltimore under a microscope, Brown looks closely at the causes of segregation, many of which exist in current legislation and regulatory policy despite the common belief that overtly racist policies are a thing of the past.His books are a far cry from what I get from Rupi Kaur who was actually the author who got me into poetry books at all. In perhaps the most engaging chapter, Black Neighborhood Destruction (Track 5) , he chronicles how past and current policies all but guarantee the forced uprooting of African Americans in Baltimore and the deleterious corollaries of severed community ties, broken families and lost wealth.

Zora is trapped in Sarajevo and she is forced to maneuver around the constant bombings, shellings, and violence happening in the city, together with her neighbors and friends, and she has to resort to art to keep herself sane. Taking into consideration multiple facets including a social impact bond program, reparations, peace building instead of or in conjunction with policing, desegregation, working alongside corporations and more, he creates a thoughtful budget and plan to right these wrongs.he also was very thorough in areas that should be addressed for healing and equity, and gave really reasonable and practical steps (tracks 5-6ish? It's a springboard, too, into thinking about how to re-envision all kinds of things about the world, from the microcosm of the neighborhood to the university, for example, and then to our system of government as a whole. Black Butterflies is definitely an eye-opening read as it is premised on a European historical backdrop in 1992 that I am not familiar with: the Breakup of Yugoslavia, the Bosnian War, and the Siege of Sarajevo. With consideration to the daily realities that foster children or youth may experience, Black Butterfly embodies real-life issues through faith-based reflections. Brown highlighting the structural inequities of urban planning, using Baltimore City as a case study.

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