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How to Stop the Hate?

In the article, “A National Outcry Over Anti-Asian Hate”, Asian-Americans have been dealing with hate and violence due to the current pandemic.  Hate crimes, such as mass shootings are just a violent representation of how Asian-Americans have been treated.  False information and rumors have been spread about the pandemic.  Racist remarks have shifted the fault of the pandemic of Asian-Americans. […]

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Where Does the Plastic Really Go?

In the article, “The Truth About Recycling”, recycling brings little to no benefit to the environment.  As we recycle, we think the plastic bottle would be recycled not going to landfill with the rest of the garbage.  The recycling industry has been doing a great job convincing consumers that their method of recycling works.  However, most of these industries aren’t […]

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Preventing the Pandemic

In the article, “The Volunteers”, teenagers across the U.S. have signed up to take Covid vaccines.  These two sisters volunteered to participate in an experiment to evaluate if the vaccine is effective or not to teens and children.  Teenagers are often asymptomatic toward covid symptoms and are more likely to contract the disease.  If adult results were doing really well, […]

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Natural Devastations

In the article, “Devastation in Central America,” Guatemala and Honduras were affected and torn by two strong hurricanes.  The people, if were able to, left their homes, not looking back to what no longer isn’t there.  They lost their homes, some family, and it will take what they predicted to be a decade to recover from such a natural disaster.  […]

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Stop Hate-Crimes

In the article, “A National Outcry Over Anti-Asian Hate,” Asian-Americans have been dealing with racial slurs and physical violence, some resulting in death as there have been recent shootings.  Ever since the Covid pandemic has occurred, racial discriminations against Asian-Americans have skyrocketed, fearing them for their lives.  Hate crimes have increased as some may blame the pandemic on all of […]

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How Can We Prevent Repeating History?

In the article, “Digging Up A Painful Past,” the Tulsa Race Massacre was a massacre that left a great amount of trauma and a great amount of ignorance.  The Ku Klux Klan initiated this massacre with the national guard by their side.  It left many for dead and the future generations ignorant to a tragedy that they don’t even know […]

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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 cyberbullying are often dealing with bullying in person.  There is some debate on whether this issue should be dealt with at […]

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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 of social life which has been a result of anxiety and depression.  Students have become unmotivated due to problems from the […]

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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 make differences to better their own communities. To forward action, rallies are formed so that the message of racial justice is […]

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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 involved in politics due to having little knowledge about politics, thinking politics are corrupt, or feeling inferior because they’re a minority.  […]

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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 concerned that the ballots will not be counted in time of the election.  The President, Trump, started resenting the Postal Service […]

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How to Stop the Hate?

Where Does the Plastic Really Go?

Preventing the Pandemic

Natural Devastations

Stop Hate-Crimes

How Can We Prevent Repeating History?

Who Should Handle Cyberbullying?

Students & The Pandemic

Seeking Racial Justice

Young People On Voting

Issues On Postal Service

Conditions of Being an Immigrant

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