Dear Leaders of America,
I am Ruby Valdez.
I was searching about Charlottesville and many things happened, such as many injuries and one person died. Many people were standing up for themselves to stop racism.
Growing up as a teenager in America is bad because many people get killed at a young age, sometimes even little kids. I have been in a protest to stand up for myself to stop the violence and racism. Another issue is Sexism, when males think that women are not capable of doing things men could. I also don’t like to treat people differently for their skin color. People judge other people based on how much money people have.
The issues I want our elected leaders to prioritize right now is people judging other people based on how much money they got. This issue should be their priority because not all people are equal or have money like others. My advice would be not to kill over little things such as over money, to not judge people or put people down to the point people want to commit suicide themselves.
What I wish that the future could look like in America is not a lot of white cops who are racist against other people with a different skin color. In the future, laws should stop the high rent housing and college, and lower the taxes.
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