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Summary This research proposal is the result of my experience in this class and a memory that it sparked in me. I remember finding out that Filipina women are being trafficked into Canada and used as maids for upper class white women. This class has finally allowed me to find… Read More

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A true story about me and my life in foster care Read More
Read this article to discover the four categories of people (workers especially) and where you fit. Also discover the category of person you ought to become to attain phenomenal success in your chosen field of endeavor. Read More
The housing bust and Great Recession might have scared a generation of would-be construction workers away from the building trades. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

October 09, 2013

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A poem about the modern world and the working life, as well as society. Do not mistake this as a simple Marxist critique. The Poem criticises every aspect of modern industrialised life and society as a whole, transcending mere ideology. In fact, if you actually read in between the lines,… Read More

Script / Non-Fiction

April 13, 2013

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People from India were migrating to other countries for several centuries now. Coolie in Indian language means porter, sombody employed to do chores. The coolie man migration is perpetual, the exodus of people. Read More

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Please read my short story Dave Doddobly's Break Up. Read More

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The irony of construction workers. After the job is done they are not welcome to come inside to those fancy skycrappers. Read More
She lived her life in the shadows, wandering and then hiding. It is not easy when you grew up in a place called Harlem, and are a runaway at the age of 12. No job, no money, no food... how will Becca ever survive? Read More

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it is a story of a young woman, who used to go to work by taxi instead of a bus. one day the taxis went on a strike and she had to take the bus to work. while waiting for the bus a strange stood behind which stimulated a mixture… Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 20, 2011

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In a lucid mindset, I began to reminisce over my past, present, and the future of my world, the economy, and the fate of the disillusioned hate which politicians seem to have for anyone who truly needs them... Read More

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Hell does exist - you can find it in a little place called Cradoc. You only need to book yourself into the regimented Nazism that is the very 'serious' working hostel to know what i'm talking about. Myself and many fellow international workers and friends found out the hard way… Read More

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Many families were touched deeply by the Bolshivic revolution, one of them was the family of Mr Anatoly Sharpov. Read More

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The King, broken down, thrives to fly again. (Sorry if it sucks. I don't write much poetry. This just kind of came to me. Randomly. VERY RANDOMLY) Read More

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Scores of people die every day from natural causes, diseases, accidents, natural disasters, crime and what not; according to Hindu mythology, the Lord of Death ‘Yama’ residing in the Kingdom of Death will choose a handful just before their death for a conversation or a dialogue just to get their… Read More
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