Fernanda De Haro Period: 2 12 Angry Men 12\4\12 The movie takes place in New York City in a jury room during the hottest day of the year. A jury of 12 men is sent to begin the investigation in the first degree murder trial of an 18 year old kid who is accused of stabbing his father to the death. At first they only wanted to go home they did not have time to think it out, because of the defendants evidence that shows a knife he claimed to have lost is found at the murder scene; a woman close by the area of the crime scene says she saw him do it and an old man heard screaming and saw him flee the building instead it made it into something much more difficult to investigate. Eleven of the jurors instantly vote guilty. But one believes the kids not guilty. There are 12 jurors in the jury room and one of them is still convinced that the boy is not guilty and then later on the more detailed the juror makes more sense with this investigation. But one of the jurors wants everybody to agree guilty and since there in a stuffy room they just start arguing the investigation but then little by little they resolve each clue of every part of the kid’s story that makes more sense. Then every hour they vote and they start understanding the facts and the truth of what actually happened at the crime scene.
The conflict can start in a small room and so many things can happen, so many things can be said and the life of someone depends on them and him. Pride, jealousy, frustration emerge in this film, and it…
There was a time not too long ago when New York was the nation's literary capital, when would-be writers abandoned the provinces for the thrill of living where Fitzgerald and Hemingway lived, walking the streets that Howells and Wharton walked, drinking where Cummings and Dos Passos drank, eating where Thurbur and White ate. Those were the days when one took up residence in Greenwich Village to rub shoulders with the intelligentsia, establish a reputation, perhaps break into print. It was like Paris…
in Midtown Manhattan, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street
The Empire State Building is the world’s most famous office building.
It’s a classic New York City attraction; it offers a wonderful view of New York City and the surrounding area.
Located in the Bronx borough of New York City within Bronx Park.
It is the world’s largest urban zoo. Housing more than 6,000 animals representing about 650 species from around the world, the zoo comprises…
I was born right here in New York City, and yet, I speak the language fluently, and even read and write a little Chinese. I also keep some Chinese customs.Naturally, I speak English fluently, and read and write extremely well. I am independent and out-spoken, like many other Americans. According to my parents and some of my Chinese friends, I act more American than Chinese.To some of my Hispanic friends, however, I'm a "chink," and to my some of my Chinese friends, I'm an "ABC" (American Born Chinese)…
of every shape, price, and description
* Anybody could walk in
* Some were large enough to fill a whole city block
* In London
* Gentlemen and ladies could get in
* If you were not known, you couldn’t get in
* Had to be a “person of quality”
* Steward’s Cast Iron Palace
* Completed in 1862, New York City
* One of the 1st big department stores
* product of two different types of Go-getters, businessman and inventor…
people’s rights; this is one of the leaks of law. We can find another leak of the law from racial discriminate.
In the New York City school and here is the report about racial discriminate in school by David Jones of the Community Service Society (CSS) of New York; “the grossest forms of racism and economic discrimination that take place in the ‘elite’ parts of New York City’s public education system, running the gamut from the ‘gifted and talented’ kindergarten programs which systematically…
Big Drinks Are Back
A state judge in New York strikes down a ban on large-sized sugary beverages
March 13, 2013
By Alice Park for TIME with AP reporting
TIMOTHY A. CLARY—AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Grocery and convenience stores like 7-Eleven were never included in New York City's ban because they are not regulated by the city.
On Monday, State Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling struck down New York City’s ban on big sugary drinks just hours before it was supposed to take effect. The law would have…
are in need of her help. Her
name is Julia Masi and she has been a friend of the family for about 20 years. Julia
dedicates her free time to help feed the poor by working in soup kitchens in the New
York City area. She is also a volunteer with many associations such as New York Cares,
Children of the City, SPAN, and Magic Hospital. She has taught me so many things that
I will carry with me throughout my life.
One of the many things I have learned from Julia is how to balance time. Julia
in New York. “Stop and Frisk” means where the cops usually stops a person if they feel suspicious about them and even search through their body without warrant because of their appearance. “Stop and Frisk” can be helpful at some times, but not most of the time and in some cases it has been believed to be used by high authorities to exploit the minorities. There has been many cases where random people have been stopped and been pressured by cops to get searched by force. Especially here in New York…
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