Annotated Bib Andrew F

Pearson, Susan

"Animals and Children First: A History of Humane Societies." Chicago Humanities Festival. Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. 7 November 2013. Web. 20 June 2016.

Summary:

When she came in she talked about how she was thankful for the humane society to invite her to the meeting/conference. After that she went on to tell some history of the humane society, like how they used to be deputies and could arrest people. She then went on by telling a story of a young girl getting abused and whipped and just tortured. She told everyone how they got her help and how they hot her out of that situation. She mentions that humane societies should also handle children to because she said like animals, children are helpless when exposed to dangers.

CRAAP stuff:

C:
Nov. 7, 2013
No, It was an incident in Chicago. It also happened a few years ago so things could of changed.
R:
Yes, a humane society is a perfect example of a non-profit organization.
The people who went to the Chicago Humane Festival.
A:
Susan Pearson, The Chicago Humane Societies.
History Professor, Northwestern University
no
A:
Not really
Yes
P:
To inform
fact(?)

This speech was posted on YouTube on November 7, 2013. This wouldn't be a reliable source to me because of how old it is and only happened in Chicago. It doesn't relate to Bemidji. It is a example of a non-profit but doesn't relate to anything I want to research. Basically, a history professor named Susan Pearson talks about her experience with the humane society and proposes some ideas.

I disagree with the point where she said that children should be with the same organization with animals because they're similar. She sort of showed bias when she was telling that story. The argument overlooks the good reasons why they should merge but like their has to be bad stuff.

Bemidji Food Shelf

"Bemidji Community Soup Kitchen." Bemidji Community Soup Kitchen. Bemidji Soup Kitchen, n.d. Web. 27 June 2016.

Summary

The website states that they been serving people food for over 20 years. They serve 3 meals a week. They also estimate to serve approximately 18,000 meals and 20% of those are people 18 years and under.

CRAAP test

C:
I don't know
Yeah, Yeah
R:
Yes
People who would want to volunteer or who are interested in the soup kitchen
A:
The Bemidji Soup Kitchen
The Bemidji Soup Kitchen
Its a .org
A:
Kind of.
Yes
P:
inform
fact

Their is no date given and the information provided is current. It relates to my topic because it is my topic. The audience for this is any volunteers or people interested in it like me. The source is The Bemidji Soup Kitchen, same with the organizational affiliations. The information is supported by evidence. It doesn't sound biased. The point of this article is to inform people about their mission. The article is fact.

Knoche, Nancy

Knoche, Nancy. "3 Minn. Groups Perform Superheroic Feats - Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations | Nonprofit Quarterly." Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations Nonprofit Quarterly. Non Profit Quarterly, 20 June 2011. Web. 27 June 2016.

Summary

(short) This article has a tiny section that I liked. It says some facts about the how many homeless people are in Bemidji. It says they been providing meals since 1989. 3 meals a week. The amount of meals served increased from 4,501 in a four month period in 2009 to over 5,700 this year.

CRAAP stuff

C:
June 19, 2011
No, Kind of
R:
Yes
News readers
A:
Non-profit Quarterly
A:
Sort of(?)
Yes
P:
Inform
Fact

The article was published on June 19, 2011. This is pretty old but kind of recent. The information relates to my topic because there's a tiny part and I like the . The intended audience is for people who read this newspaper. The publisher is a group called Nonprofit Quarterly. Along with the organizational affiliation. The article is sort of based on fact.
It doesn't sound biased. The newspaper article was meant to inform and is mostly fact.

Bemidji Food Shelf

http://www.bemidjifoodshelf.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/hunger-facts.pdf

Summary

It's a huge list of facts on hunger in the state and our county.

CRAAP stuff

C:
It's safe to say 2013.
All the facts are from 2010-2014
R:
Yes
I don't know
A:
The Bemidji Food Shelf
Same as above
A:
It's a fact sheet.
Yes
P:
Inform
Fact

This is a fact sheet giving information about hunger facts in Beltrami and the state. It is safe to say it was posted in 2013. It was posted in a article on The Bemidji Food Shelf's website. I was surprised about a few of them because I'm not a part of that community.

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