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    During my rocking climbing week day I was able to get amazing climbs in. I never knew I had the strength and the mindset to finishing the course without giving up. I was able to push myself out of my comfort zone

    Rock Climbing Experience

    During my rocking climbing week day I was able to get amazing climbs in. I never knew I had the strength and the mindset to finishing the course without giving up. I was able to push myself out of...

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    • Dear: Daniel

      I identified with your post , “Rock Climbing Experience,” because In high school, I am taking on challenges, such as language learning (English) and others for my future. I believe that if I can move forward despite several obstacles that arise, I can achieve it. I think that it is worth making an effort because in the future everything I did or do can be fulfilled. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “That was the hardest bouldering level I have done. I felt proud knowing I was improving every day. But sure enough improving everyday cause my forearms sore. It was a workout but worth it.” because there was a link where I had to present myself in English and I was able to do it and I succeeded, and I felt proud that if I decided something, I would achieve it, no matter how difficult it was. Another sentence that I identified was: “ What I have released that many adults in the gyms really enjoyed seeing the youth at a rock climbing gym, seeing us facing our fear of height or trying something new.” This stood out for me because of the obstacles I face, adults who are superior to me analyze the problem and make an effort to help me improve. Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time when I came to the United States, my parents enrolled me in a school where I was established. There were many challenges for me. Everything was new for me. I had to challenge myself at school and propose that I can.At the time I decided to achieve it with the help of those who already have an experience.

      Thanks for your writing

      I look forward to seeing what you write next because It was very interesting the story of how you overcame these challenges. You knew how to overcome it, it is good for people to think positively and believe that everything is possible if they intend to do it with all the effort they can give.

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    Dear Life Academy Students, Staff and Families:

     

    We are writing to you because we want to address the topic of child sex trafficking. Child sex trafficking is a big issue in the U.S.A, because there are m

    Children Aint Money

    Authors   Dear Life Academy Students, Staff and Families:   We are writing to you because we want to address the topic of...

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    • Hello everyone.

      My name is Jerry and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project blog post and I have some feedback.
      One thing I liked about what you wrote was how you wanted to start a movement. I like how you’re using your hashtag to spread the word, and using social media in a very useful way.

      Something I have a question about is how exactly are you planning to solve this issue, or what are you going to do once you come into contact with an activist, and what I can do to help solve this problem.

      Thank you for sharing your project! – Jerry

    • Hello everyone.

      My name is Jada and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project and I have some feedback. One thing I liked about what you wrote was when you said you will post hashtags and stuff on social media and I think it’s great that you will reach out to people on there. Something I have a question about is where did you find all your information from.
      Thank you for sharing your project!
      Jada

    • Hello everyone.

      My name is Jada and I am a student at Fremont High School here in Oakland. I just read your project and I have some feedback. One thing I liked about what you wrote was when you said you will post hashtags and stuff on social media and I think it’s great that you will reach out to people on there. Something I have a question about is where did you find all your information from.
      Thank you for sharing your project!
      Jada

    • Hi
      I am a sophomore at Oakland Unity i really like your article and it is sad how many children have to do all of those thing because they don’t have other options. In Colombia many man go to columbia just to have sex with girls ages 12 and up, Most of the girls do it because there is no other way to survive and because they don’t have the opportunity to have education.

    • Hello, My name is Ariana I really liked your article. I like how you used a lot of details in your reading to justify child trafficking. I agree that this is a big issue in the USA and this issue can be major in other countries too!

    • My name is Jenny I really liked all the information that you provided and that was given. This shows that children should not be treated the way they’re being treated we all as humans that we are should have are own voice no matter our age. I like the way you are trying to resolve this and make it better. But how exactly??..

    • My name is Naydelin Sanchez and I’m a tenth grader at Oakland Unity High. I enjoy the fact that you included social media in your writing, that part of so many young people’s lives.

    • Hi my name is Jessica. Something I like about your article is that this topic is a very important topic and I like how you included social media to start and make kind of a movement to help people with these type of problems. A question I do have is how do you think doing a movement would help this people and what would you plan to do if this goes bigger than just a hashtag.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    Thank you for the feed back and I’m glad you enjoyed my blog got more coming your way. I agree with you and your blog is so interesting to.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    Thank you for the feed back and I’m glad you enjoyed my blog got more coming your way.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    Thank you for the feed back and I’m glad you enjoyed my blog got more coming your way.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    Thank you for the feed back and I’m glad you enjoyed my blog got more coming your way.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    thank you for the feedback and im glad you enjoyed reading my blog.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Consent

    Thank you for reading my blog and thanks for the feedback.

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    Daniel commented on the post, Animal Research

    dear Guadalupe, I really enjoyed reading your blog. It had great evidences and you explained everything veery well and I really like how you expressed the feeling of the our benefits as humans and getting new treatment for the new disease we come across or viruses. It really stand out. I can’t wait, to read more of your blogs. I really enjoyed it…Read More

  • Dear Nat, Its Daniel. I really enjoyed your blog it really stand out to me and caught my attention. while reading it One quote stand out to be “Black scientists and technicians, many of them women, used cells from a black woman to help save the lives of millions of Americans, most of them white. And they did so on the same campus—and at the ver…Read More

  • Dear melody, It Daniel. great post I really like how you expressed the feeling of animals abused. Really stand out to me. You did a great job on the blog really enjoyed it. can’t wait to read more blogs from you. Also great evidences. really supported your claim.

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    How has humans and animals experiences help the medical research?Did humans have any consent in the early stages of medical research?

    It’s important to be able to experiment on humans with their consent  we can

    Consent

    How has humans and animals experiences help the medical research?Did humans have any consent in the early stages of medical research? It's important to be able to experiment on humans with their consent  we can advance in the medical field...

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    • Dear Daniel,
      To start off Im Nacia and I really find your picture very eye catching because it starts to give people goosebumps but thatś a good thing because it makes them realize how bad animals hurt as well as that woman who had to experience that. Also it shows how important this topic is. Something in your post that I thought stood out was the mentioning of Henrietta Lacks because not many people know who she is and what her story is. Overall I think you should continue posting and keep up the interesting content. I would love to see more from you.
      Sincerely,
      Nacia Russell

    • You did a really good job with the evidence and citations Daniel. This is also a very good topic that should be brought up and discussed more about.

    • Daniel, thank you for sharing more information about human/animal testing and the effects of them.

    • Dear Daniel,
      I’m so glad I found your post. You had such an interesting arguing point. The way that you show that this topic is important shows how great of a writer you are . Thank you for sharing your post and I look foward to reading more of your posts

    • Great job on continuing to write about a topic that should be really brought up. Thank you a lot for sharing your point of view

    • Dear Daniel
      I like how you was talking about the human and animal testing, but how you introduced henrietta lacks in the situation. I love the fact that you stated “ The doctors didn’t tell the family or the patient. They kept the family in the dark. “Scientists have used HeLa cells to develop the polio vaccine; they have gone into space and have been exposed to nuclear testing and to toxins. The cells have furthered our understanding of cancer, HIV/AIDS and cells in general, and are still widely used today to grow viruses and to test anti-tumour medicines” (telegraph ).” I like that you added this because consent is a big deal. Lately doctors and scientist do a lot of experiments but don’t have the consent to do it. They also make money off of people body parts and don’t tell or give the familie’s anything. In my opinion you don’t have to do anything because it’s really good.

    • Thank you for reading my blog and thanks for the feedback.

    • Thank you for the feed back and I’m glad you enjoyed my blog got more coming your way. I agree with you and your blog is so interesting to.

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    Daniel commented on the post, He's Not Us

    Dear, Karina
    Your post really stand out to me. It started with a very meaningful and strong hook. It made me read it all. I really enjoyed your post. One of your lines from your post that stood out to me is, But how can you be proud to carry a “man’s” last name who left his family? It really made me think of what you said, I agree with you b…Read More

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    Dear, David,
    Don’t you play soccer. I seen you play for the school you raw. Your post is strong and really stand out and have a strong meaning for each of your names. Your hook got me into reading more and more really got into knowing what your two names identify as. I agree with you on the David part when you said, “Taps on the shoulder a…Read More

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