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  • Orange Cove, California, USA
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  • Aaliyah wrote a new post

    Who Should Handle Cyberbullying?

    In the article, “Should Schools Punish Off-Campus Cyberbullying?” cyberbullying is a major issue that is increasing.  Statistics show that both middle and high school students have most likely experienced cyberbullying.  The article also states that most students dealing with...

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    • Hey Aaliyah, Cyber Bullying is something the goes around very casually, Yes I indeed say casually but it’s how the world is nowadays. We need to stand up for change. Everything starts of with school don’t get me wrong. People making fun of people is a daily thing but to a certain extent. Once feelings are hurt that’s the ending line. Not many people know how to stop so its something I believe needs to be taught at home.

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    Students & The Pandemic

    In the article, “I Felt Like I Was Suffocating” by Aya Raji speaks on the pandemic and how it has affected teens' identity and mental health.  Social isolation has been a major issue regarding the school or any part...

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    • that the boys of noware getting more complicated the situasion because of passed from covid and they can no longer go to school so safatly

  • Dear Estrella,

    I am intrigued by your post, “A Movement to Integrate Schools Across the United States” because of the segregation we can see throughout communities currently. As a country that created laws and rules to make the country united and education systems integrated there is still some segregation. In the education system, seg…Read More

  • Dear Camila,

    I am intrigued by your post, “ Causes of the Pandemic in Berkeley vs. Buenos Aires” because we can see and understand how the pandemic has had an effect on people’s lives. It is true that the pandemic wasn’t taken seriously at first until it really took a part of people’s lives and how it affected more than just the stay at home…Read More

  • Dear Giselle,

    I very much agree with your post,”Open Letter for Women’s Rights”, as it discusses the societal stereotypes and expectations that are expected upon women. A lot of women deal with insecurities and finding their true identity and I can say that societal stereotypes and expectations are a great part of that.

    One sentence you w…Read More

  • Dear Clarie,

    I very much appreciate your post, “Empathy with Covid-19”, as it discusses how people’s mental health has been greatly affected. With these troubling times, people don’t realize that people’s mental health has taken a toll on them and people need to be more considerate of that. It is saddening that people aren’t as empathetic…Read More

  • Dear Tawan,

    I very much appreciate your podcast, “Be More Serious About Social Distancing”, as it really exemplifies the effects of COVID-19. Precautions have been made ever since the beginning of this pandemic and it is infuriating when others don’t take it into consideration. It is great that you inform them that these precautions are m…Read More

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    Seeking Racial Justice

    In the article, “Speaking Out About Race,” five teenagers wrote essays voicing the need to build an antiracist society.  The essays come from five distinct teenagers with the goal to critically make society be more informed and educated to...

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    • Dear Aaliyah
      Your text caught my eye because of how five teenagers are wanting to make a difference in their communities. I like how rallies were formed to speak about racial justice. These teenagers were taking action to fight for racial justice and I believe they are doing the right thing. I do agree that Racism need to stop.

  • Dear Paige,

    I am intrigued by your post, “Words And Their Impact On Others” as it really explains the effect words have on an individual and the way they feel or view themselves. I agree that words have an effect just as actions do, someone speaking negatively of another person will cause that person to feel inferior and insecure. People don…Read More

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    Young People On Voting

    In the article, “Could Young Voters Decide the Presidency?” by Patricia Smith, past and younger generations haven’t been involved in politics, but that has shifted in recent years.  In past generations, young people have never been moved to being...

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  • Aaliyah commented on the post, Child Custody

    Dear Akira,

    I am intrigued by your post, “Child Custody” and how you used your personal experience to educate others about this circumstance. Child custody is a very difficult process, people often think of it as a negative occurrence, when it really isn’t considering some situations you listed, but it can be as well, especially in the life…Read More

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    Issues On Postal Service

    In the article, “Post Office Panic” by Patricia Smith, Postal services have been having difficulties with their businesses due to the pandemic currently which has raised concerns about the election.  Since there have been delays with shipments, people are...

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  • Dear Grace,

    I am intrigued by your post, “How Can We Decrease Worldwide Homelessness and Poverty?” and how you brought out an issue that isn’t as discussed as much as it should be. I understand the importance of homelessness and how being pressured into gaining employment isn’t the answer for those who need assistance. Though said, homeles…Read More

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    Conditions of Being an Immigrant

    In the article, “Alone at the Boarder” by Patricia Smith, detention facilities for immigrants are in torture like conditions as they provide little to no treatment for younger children and adults.  The conditions in these facilities are harming as...

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    • This article was extremely eye opening as it reveals all of the atrocities that immigrants have to endure in camps set up outside the boarder. The treatment of immigrants and refugees coming to the United States has always been a hot button topic in politics to this day. President Trump carries a strong immigration policy to the United States that has led to the deportation of thousands of illegal immigrants. This was a very interesting article and the points of summary that you made were great!

    • This article was incredibly enlightening as it uncovers the entirety of the monstrosities that foreigners need to suffer in camps set up outside the fringe. The treatment of outsiders and evacuees going to the United States has consistently been a hot catch point in legislative issues right up ’til the present time. President Trump conveys a solid migration strategy to the United States that has prompted the extradition of thousands of illicit migrants. This was an extremely fascinating article and the purposes of the outline that you made were extraordinary!

    • This article was really well done and I think that it was really enlightening on about how the government treats immigrants. It explained well about what they go through and it’s horrible conditions. Trump has had a strong hold of what has happened to immigrants and their families and it has lead to many people being deported. I think that overall this article helped me better understand what goes on and you made some good strong points.

    • Dear Aaliyah
      I am sad about your post Conditions Of Being an Immigrant because I don’t think kids should be separated from their families and I don’t think they deserve those horrible conditions in facilities they stay at. I agree that these families just want a better life for their families.
      One sentence you wrote that stood out to me ¨Family separation has been a significant topic as they’re only allowed to be separated for only 20 days, that statement, however, hasn’t been entirely true as children have been separated from their families for over a year.¨I think this is upsetting to know because these families that have children are probably sad and hopeless they arent with there families. However, I do hope this stops and the conditions get better because no one deserves this.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because these types of topics need to be known in our world.

    • Dear Aaliyah,
      I found your post “Conditions of Being an Immigrant” devastating. These immigrants go through horrible conditions in which not even an animal should be treated that way. It’s heartbreaking to imagine being separated from your family, I can’t imagine what these poor children go through.

      One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was, “Immigrants usually seek asylum in America for a better life and flee from horrible conditions in their own country,” It’s sad that they leave from the suffering to just end up suffering again in the detention centers. Something you didn’t write about which recently happened is how the women are treated in detention facilities. A nurse that was working in one of these ICE detention centers came out saying how doctors were removing many women’s uterus by performing a hysterectomy. And the most horrifying part is that many of these women didn’t even need the surgery, yet it was still performed on them.

      Thank you for writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next on such topics like these that need to be made more aware of so something is done about them.

      -Yamile

  • Dear Idrissa,

    I am curious about your post, “Loyalty Over Love”, and to why you were aspired to write about the importance between the differences of these two words. I agree with you that loyalty should be a long-term want for relationships with other people. I also agree that loyalty is a sign of respect and it is important to want tho…Read More

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    Wars From the Outside

    In the article, “What Now in Syria?” by Patricia Smith, Donald Trump's decision to have U.S. troops leave northeastern Syria caused conflict in members of Congress as Kurdish militias were left in Syria at war alone, regarding the fact...

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  • Dear Sloane,

    I strictly agree with your post, “Prejudice towards immigrant children is dangerous to their mental health”, because it really exhibits the reality of the struggles American immigrants go through. I agree that it is difficult to find your balance in between your own culture and the American culture and how it makes you str…Read More

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    The Impact of George Floyd

    In the article, “George Floyd’s Death Sparks Massive Nationwide Protests” by Patricia Smith, I learned that the upsetting of George Floyd’s death, regardless of the upsetting actions, was also due to the previous deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna...

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    • I think the protest people are trying to change history and how African-American people are getting treated now. I believe if people come together and keep using their voices then change could happen. In the picture, what caught my eye was the different races protesting. I think it’s even better because more people are helping out and showing that they care about multiple race/races.

    • I agree on how George Floyd death has had an impact in the world recently sparking protests from all around the world .This protest are a fight for the continuation of injustices against black people and police brutality which has been ongoing for years. I believe if people keep protesting , signing petitions , educating themselves and others on the topic and keep the resistance and keep doing research on these injustices against black people , and keep making our voices be heard against systematic racism . It’s a long fight but we are stronger together.

    • Dear: Aaliyah
      I am very interested about your post, “El Impacto de George Floyd,” because…It is something that moved millions of people because of racism and how they killed him was something cruel something that thanks to the racist police officer, George’s wife was left without a husband and her daughter without a father to see her grow up
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “George Floyd’s death sparks massive protests across the country” I think this is interesting because… It is something that moved and many people protested what they did to George, which was something that led them to teach that not only for being brown skin is criminal
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because…It is something that if I was moved by the racism that exists in many parts of the world
      Daisy

    • I agree that the circumstances in which they were killed is heartbreaking. I believe that these protests will be a step forward to gaining true equality. Everyone should have the same rights, under the law. I wish that happened in reality. These deaths have sparked a unity among people of different races, ages, etc. People around the world have been protesting together for equality. People can gain justice by sharing their opinions, protesting, signing petitions, and anything they can do to help. I just hope that true equality will be reached in the near future.

    • I really like this post about George Floyd. I think everyone should have the same rights s everybody else no matter their skin color. Next, when people protest I think that is helping our society out and will eventually help us gain the same equality for everyone. Next, these violent killings make people think more about how blacks are being treated in today’s society. Lastly, these killings and violent acts need to stop so we can make our world a better place for everyone.

  • Dear Zheng,

    I am amazed about your project, “An Oral History with Ariel”, because it shows the diversity between your friendship with him and how you are both able to express yourselves. It is very great how you and Ariel are able to keep a great friendship regarding these hard times.

    One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is, “ O…Read More

  • Dear Ebrahim:

    I am intrigued by your post, “The War In Yemen,” because it is intriguing on how people, even in their own country don’t know how the war has started. It is intriguing the crisis in Yemen has so many unresolved problems yet they are hardly mentioned or dealt with.

    One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is, “Figh…Read More

  • I agree to this as it really demonstrates the difficulty of quarantine, especially with those who are usually outgoing.

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