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Like Crabs in a Barrel: Economy, History and Redevelopment in Buffalo, 2005
Like Crabs in a Barrel: Economy, History and Redevelopment in Buffalo, 2005
When one hears laments about the state of Buffalo's economy—and one does hear such laments quite often these days—that economy is usually measured against an assertedly normal or healthy economy, usually the City's economy in the Fifties. Almost as often one hears ideas about what might improve Buffalo's economy. Generally these ideas can be gathered into two groups, one nostalgia for those high wage, unionized, grunt jobs that everyone remembers from the Fifties and the other pining after whatever seems hot elsewhere in the country – high tech, biotech, architectural tourism, gambling.
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Like Crabs in a Barrel: Economy, History and Redevelopment in Buffalo, 2005
Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018
Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018
Over the course of the last decade, the United States of America has resettled many refugees from different parts of the world as part of its yearly refugee intake; upon settling to United States, refugees face challenges as they adjust to their new communities and new environments. The impacts of language barriers and health disparities among immigrant groups and refugees in the country have become increasingly unquestionable and clear. Due to inability to speak and communicate in English, current refugees in the U.S are facing problems when accessing healthcare facilities. The U.S. govern...
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Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018
Life Stripped of Humanity: Using the Buffalo Department Store Strike of 1913 as a Case Study of Abused Pre-World War I Female Department Store Workers, 2019
Life Stripped of Humanity: Using the Buffalo Department Store Strike of 1913 as a Case Study of Abused Pre-World War I Female Department Store Workers, 2019
This paper argues that pre-World War I era female department store workers were an abused class that suffered as much as many of their female contemporaries.
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Life Stripped of Humanity: Using the Buffalo Department Store Strike of 1913 as a Case Study of Abused Pre-World War I Female Department Store Workers, 2019
E-Government and the City of Buffalo by Michael J. Ramos, 2018
E-Government and the City of Buffalo by Michael J. Ramos, 2018
As the United States continues to progress, the need for technological innovations has become increasingly important in the field of government. Federal, state and local governments are working towards the implementation and development of e-government practices. E-government began with the Clinton Administration in the mid 2000s, where the administration identified e-government as a way to promote a one stop access to government programs, cut costs and promote citizen advocacy in government (Moon, 2002). The purpose of this study was to explore the different departments in the City of Buff...
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E-Government and the City of Buffalo by Michael J. Ramos, 2018
Public Art and Patronage: A Collective Study of Four of Buffalo, New York's Early Monuments, 1882-1907
Public Art and Patronage: A Collective Study of Four of Buffalo, New York's Early Monuments, 1882-1907
The goal of this paper is to investigate the motivations of the patrons behind four of Buffalo, New York’s early monuments. These are the Soldiers and Sailors Monument (1882), the Lincoln, The Emancipator Monument (1902), the Red Jacket Monument (1890), and the McKinley Monument (1907). Each section contains historical context regarding the time period, critical events that influenced the monument, comparisons to similar monuments in the United States, and the narratives of the monument’s dedication and ceremonies. When grouped together, the historical context provided for each monument ess...
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Public Art and Patronage: A Collective Study of Four of Buffalo, New York's Early Monuments, 1882-1907