ASSIGNMENT ID
456279
SUBJECT AREA Sociology
DOCUMENT TYPE PowerPoint Presentation
CREATED ON 10th April 2018
COMPLETED ON 11th April 2018
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$30
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Expert hired: SAMANTHA11

Social Forces that contribute to poverty in the Overtown Community

A photojournalism project featuring pictures that represent a sociological topic.. I have 35 photos, but I am unable to attach the file. in a community in Miami fl a neighborhood by the name of Overtown I am looking for a well put together journal with a little detail of those photos
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