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Running Head: A Nation Prepared Timeline Hafsi 1 A Nation Prepared Timeline Grand Canyon University: EMM-300 Christa M. Hafsi March 17, 2017
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Running Head: A Nation Prepared Timeline Hafsi 2 In the previous assignment of the power point, we discovered how many disasters affected so many different regions of the United States. Many of the people that were affected by the disasters either recovered because they were prepared, and others not so much. The government have a vast array of funding programs by which they can offer citizens that have lost their homes to disasters and hazards. Each disaster and hazard that occurred was created by mother nature, and FEMA didn’t seem to do much for the citizens. We as citizens must comprehend that FEMA has the ability to respond to disasters and hazards in a timely fashion; however citizens should not depend solely on that federal organization. There are a many unique types of terrorist that walk the earth. Terrorist are white, black, Hispanic, gay, straight and extremely mentally ill. The World Trade Center is prime example of a disaster that affected the entire world. With so many things going on daily, the people of New York were not quite as prepared as they wanted to be; however they responded in the best manner they could. Our goal as citizens is to help one another and protect American soil at costs so we don’t lose anymore lives to foreign or domestic terrorism. Since many people think only Middle Eastern people are potential terrorist, we have learned that a well decorated veteran Timothy McVeigh planned the Oklahoma city bombing to the federal building, as well as created the bomb itself. This individual is white in race, and
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