Before I actually approached Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School I saw this chicken coop. I tried to wait for the chickens to come back out, but they wouldn’t. The chicken coop is part of the outside activities for the students along with a basketball court, and playground area. Not only is this school known for their academic ability and performing arts. They’re also pet lovers. I’ve never saw a chicken coop at a school, I HAD to take a picture of this. Where was this when I was in middle school?
I’m in Ormewood Park I had to take a picture of a house, right? As I explored the neighborhood I soon realized no two houses were identical. Every street I drove down had an entirely different house set up. These two houses stuck out to me. They’re one of the more newer and upscale ones. They both have really long driveways, three-stories, balconies, and really far away from the road.
“Occupy Atlanta to Confront Police over Homelessness.” CBS 46. WGCL TV, 13 Nov. 2011. Web. 05 Feb. 2016 Occuply Atlanta has a soft spot for homelessness and stands up for them. Atlanta police were patrolling Central Ave ledge which is filled almost in it’s entirety of homeless people back in 2011. Capitol police were deciding … Continue reading Annotated Bibliography 3
“Students: Smoking, Alcohol and Drugs.” Live Well. NHS Heath, 20 Aug. 2014. Web. 05 Feb. 2016. Compared to the general population students are more likely to do drugs, drink alcohol, and smoked due to peer pressure and local bars. College life usually involves alcohol in some sort. Although occasional drinking may be fun at the … Continue reading Annotated Bibliography 2
Segura, Liliana. “Facing Execution at 72, Georgia’s Oldest Death Row Inmate Exposes Death Penalty’s Racist Roots.” The Intercept. The Intercept, 31 Jan. 2016. Web. 05 Feb. 2016. Facing execution at 72, Georgia’s oldest death row inmates exposes death penalty racist roots, Brandon Jones. A man named Marcus Marcum was fascinated by the inmate. He started … Continue reading Annotated Bibliography
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In Irina Nersessova, “Tapestry of Space: Domestic Architecture and Underground Communities in Margaret Morton’s Photography of a Forgotten New York” discusses the true definition of being homeless,actually having a home, and how space effects a person’s behavior. Morton published “The Tunnel: The Underground Homeless of New York in 1995 and a couple of years following … Continue reading Tapestry of Space: Domestic Architecture and Underground Communities in Margaret Morton’s Photography of a Forgotten New York