This book tells the story of hip hop and its controversial past through a variety of sources. The first topic examined is why this discussion is important. Simply stated, the controversies that embroil the discussion of hip hop and its role in representing a generation can no longer be ignored. Hip hop is destined to be a permanent part of our cultural landscape. Even if it is eventually replaced by something new or its popularity wanes, its story and legacy will always hold valuable lessons.
Hannah Glick married the love of her life, but was widowed too young. Is she ready to risk her heart and her family for a new love?
Hannah finds herself at a crossroads in her life. Her community offers her love and support after the untimely death of her husband, but an Englisher offers her the chance of a new life after her unexpected tragedy.
Wealthy businessman Trey Peterson is surprised by his attraction to the gentle Amish woman who works as a housekeeper in the Lancaster Grand Hotel. They share a common bond of loss and are able to offer each other comfort and support as they journey through their grief.
Joshua Glick wants nothing more than to offer his friendship and love to Hannah and her family. Not only is he her late husband's brother and business partner, he has always been in love with Hannah.
A Hopeful Heart is filled with surprising twists as Hannah tries to balance her life in the Amish community and her growing love for an outsider.
Faith, Hope, Love is a journey that inspires you to find a deep faith in God, a profound hope in the future, and a deep love of Jesus and the church. It is a 28-day challenge that encourages you to persevere in times of trial, to put your hope in Christ, and display God's love to the world. This devotional is for those seeking meaning in life and hope for the future. Author Zach Maddox shares his experience of facing hardships and forming a steadfast faith in God. He understands what it takes to move from routine to radical living. Faith, Hope, Love will confront your unbelief and lead you into a more intimate walk with Jesus.
This book examines how businesses manage their labour systems, and particularly how they manage the complex interaction of factors which give rise to instances of 'partnership' style relations between businesses and their employees. The book draws from the literature concerning 'Varieties of Capitalism' (VoC) and the different institutional and regulatory designs inherent in different types of political economy. The book is informed by a new and extensive set of empirical data from Australia that examines the activities of national and multinational business corporations, their outlooks and relationships with stakeholders, and relates these to new and evolving theoretical frameworks based in political economy and law. The book places the Australian regulatory model within this international debate, and assesses the extent to which the system does or does not fit into the general categorisation created in the VoC literature.
After the defeat of Germany in World War II, 140,000 Jewish survivors of the Holocaust were transported to camps maintained by the Allies for displaced persons (DPs). In Waiting for Hope, historians Angelika Konigseder and Juliane Wetzel offer an administrative, social, and cultural history of the DP camps.
Starting with the discovery of Nazi death camps by Allied forces, Konigseder and Wetzel describe the inadequate preparations that had been made for the starving and sick camp survivors. The Allied soldiers were ill equipped to deal with the physical wreckage and mental anguish of their charges, but American rabbis soon arrived to perform invaluable work helping the survivors cope with grief and frustration.
Konigseder and Wetzel devote attention to autonomous Jewish life in the DP camps. Theater groups and orchestras prospered in and around the camps; Jewish newspapers began to publish; kindergartens and schools were founded; and a tuberculosis hospital and clinic for DPs was established in Bergen-Belsen. In many places there was a last flowering of shtetl life before the DPs began to scatter to Israel and other countries.
Using original documents and the work of other historians, Waiting for Hope sheds light on a largely unknown period in postwar Jewish history and shows that the suffering of the survivors did not end with the war.
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