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reflection 4 - Amanda Randolph Reflection 4 April 5 2010...

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Amanda Randolph Reflection 4 April 5, 2010 There are places of the world where advocacy seems almost vital, but not all people feel they have the potential to be an advocate or make a difference. It only takes one person to start a change or to make a difference. As Webster defines it, advocacy is the act or process of supporting a cause or proposal. To advocate you need to feel strongly about something. An advocacy project can support a number of different issues. The issues can range from homelessness to dealing with children to mural arts to better a city. Walking down the streets of Philadelphia you are bound to see a homeless person at some point even if you only walk a block. They are everywhere, some truly are homeless, and some are known as “panhandlers.” The truly homeless people need help; they need people to advocate for the issue that affects their lives every day. The Philadelphia Committee to End Homelessness advocates for this cause. Since their founding in 1981 they have provided hundreds of thousands of showers, allowed for more
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