Dead End City WORK
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Dead End City
"A lively, compelling tale of urban misery and dashed hope, Fleisher's work humanizes gang girls and identifies the psychological, cultural, and social forces that condemn the distaff side of America's [gangs] to their dead-end lives."—Donna Gaines, Village Voice Literary Supplement
"I recommend it to all who want to understand the dynamics of inner-city life and the reasons that current crime and poverty programs cannot succeed. If middle-class America could digest its core ideas, dramatic changes in policy might result." —Jim Quinn, Law and Politics Book Review
Mark S. Fleisher is a cultural anthropologist and criminal ethnographer, a former administrator in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and an associate professor of criminal justice sciences at Illinois State University. He is the author of the award-winning Beggars and Thieves: Lives of Urban Street Criminals, published by the University of Wisconsin Press, and of Warehousing Violence. Media & bookseller inquiries regarding review copies, events, and interviews can be directed to the publicity department at email@example.com or (608) 263-0734. (If you want to examine a book for possible course use, please see our Course Books page. If you want to examine a book for possible rights licensing, please see Rights & Permissions.)
The Rainier Valley site includes portable toilets, a kitchen and other amenities. Besides tents and the tiny houses with heat and electricity, the encampment paved with gravel will also have two homes made out of shipping containers, Lee said.
Urban planners, anti-sprawl activists and architects, as well as some city managers and mayors, are opposed to cul-de-sacs. But one important group is still in love with the cul-de-sac: homebuyers. Metropolitan Design Center Image Bank, Regents of the University of Minnesota hide caption
Welcome to the city shadows in Valdemingómez: a lawless landscape of drugs and violence where the third world meets the Wild West. Briggs and Monge entered this area with only their patience, some cigarettes and a mobile phone and collected vivid testimonies and images of Julia and others like her who live there. This important book documents what they found, locating these people's stories and situations in a political, economic and social context of spatial inequality and oppressive mechanisms of social control.
Around 12.6 million cars in Europe are affected by restrictions that already apply or are to be introduced by 2030, according to Berylls. The number only includes cars registered currently to city residents, leaving out millions of commuters. Diesel registrations have slid to 36% of total sales across Europe in 2018, down from more than half in 2015.
Even as city centers are shutting off, BloombergNEF still expects traditional cars to make up nearly half of all new-car deliveries in France in 2030, while electrified vehicles will account for 40% of demand in Germany. In the U.S., e-car sales should reach 60% by 2040, it estimates.
The study conducted by MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law reviewed ShotSpotter deployments for roughly 21 months (from July 1, 2019 through April 14, 2021) using data obtained from the City of Chicago. Their analysis found that 89% turned up no gun-related crime and 86% led to no report of any crime at all. In less than two years, there were more than 40,000 dead-end ShotSpotter deployments.
On Earth Shockwave manipulated events to bring together Optimus Prime and Megatron in a fight he hoped would leave both dead. Unable to defend himself against Prime, Megatron summoned the space bridge. In an apparent attempt to sacrifice himself to kill Megatron, Prime hurled them both through the unstable portal. Both survived and Megatron sought to get the Autobots to do his dirty work for him by leaking information that Prime was a Decepticon spy. This plan would have worked if not for Outback who rescued Prime and took him to the Dead End to lie low. While on the run from the Wreckers Optimus told Outback about what happened to him while he was in limbo. They were then discovered by Ultra Magnus, who decided Optimus was the real deal. Distant Thunder!
After the two leaders returned to Earth Optimus Prime was apparently killed. Deranged by being unable to confirm if Prime was truly dead, Megatron blasted the space bridge while he was standing on it and was seemingly killed, however the explosion had catapulted him into the Dead End. After his self-repair systems were able to partially revive him, he wandered and lived with the Empties, with no recollection of who he was, until he stumbled upon Sports Car Patrol leader Blackjack being ambushed by two Autobots. Blackjack crying out his name and the sight of the Autobrand returned Megatron to his senses, and he blasted the Micromasters' attackers. The Resurrection Gambit!
In Cook County, the judicial system has an unwritten policy that routinely dismisses minor drug possession cases. These dead-end arrests are the result of a longstanding, commonly understood rule among prosecutors not to pursue criminal charges against anyone caught with user-level amounts. Police and judges also recognize this policy.
Sun-Times and BGA reporters teamed up to better understand the impact on dead-end arrests on drug users, their communities and the criminal justice system. They also traveled to Oregon to examine the impact of its recent drug reform, which decriminalize drug possession and offer users the chance to get help.
Maybe that was the sort of criticism everybody made of their Midwestern hometowns back then. Well, those hometowns have certainly turned the tables on us today. Our enthusiasm for music is a dead thing now in these post-alternative decades, a mere record collection that we occasionally cue up after one Scotch too many to help remember the time when art seemed to matter.
Robert Z'dar and his gang, just driving round the city indiscriminately murdering passers-by, breaking into houses and murdering couples, and just being rather unpleasant chaps. Looked on course to be great.
Robert Z'dar is the leader of the Ratts Gang, terrorizing the city by shooting innocent people at point-blank rage with shotguns until a small group of vigilantes decide to fight back... with shotguns. Not crazy enough to be memorable, but Z'dar is always an entertaining watch and this is no exception. Probably had a budget just slightly above Deadbeat At Dawn. Decent time waster.
To avoid this outcome, the city eventually threw out the exam results. Officials were concerned, in part, that the promotions mandated by the test results would prompt a lawsuit by minority applicants. But some of the applicants who had passed the exam protested the city's decision, claiming they were being denied a fair chance at a promotion for which they had proved themselves qualified. Seventeen successful white test-takers and one successful Hispanic test-taker sued to have the results reinstated; in 2009, their lawsuit reached the United States Supreme Court as Ricci v. DeStefano.
This work has produced uniformly disappointing results. Except in highly specialized circumstances or in staffing for the least competitive jobs, adopting alternative screening methods that minimize the significance of abilities related to intelligence almost always results in the selection of less capable workers. The reason is simple: The paucity of non-Asian minorities in competitive positions reflects real differences in human capital and skill. Thus changing entry requirements to create a more diverse work force, including scrapping existing civil-service exams, will generally not result in a more qualified work force. For now, the diversity-validity tradeoff remains the iron law of personnel selection.
The calculations on the chart also demonstrate another key defect in the disparate-impact doctrine. In a meritocratic system, the expected ratio of hires from groups that differ in measured job-related abilities is not fixed. Rather, it will vary with the job's skill demands and the scarcity of positions relative to applicants. By imposing a uniform workplace-balance requirement for all positions, the four-fifths rule fails to reflect this sliding scale. Even apart from other serious flaws, this alone is a major shortcoming of existing law. 041b061a72