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    Living in a city, there is a likely chance that you experienced pollution. This is especially encountered in minority communities where many factories are placed. Factories produce many chemicals into the

    Improving our communities

    Living in a city, there is a likely chance that you experienced pollution. This is especially encountered in minority communities where many factories are placed. Factories produce many chemicals into the atmosphere that directly impact those around it. Our...

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    • Improving the communities is important because that where we live and should be able to feel safe at least in our own community because that’s our home. A lot of these factories are polluting the air and it affects us in the long run.

    • I agree with what you are trying to do because we should be able to live in a clean environment and take care of it as well, at the end of the day we are the ones that are going to pay the consequences once we dont have any green resources

    • This is a very important topic because pollution can be very harmful and by taking care of this issue, we will improve living conditions for all. If we don’t do something now, we will then face tremendous consequences.

    • Improving communities and the air that we all breathe is such an important topic. I agree that something must be down about lowering the levels of air pollution because especially in Utah, it is a large problem in the winter making it harder and harder to breathe. Thank you for bringing such an important topic to light, I look forward to reading your future writing.

    • Hi Dulce, I agree that it is essential to improve our communities. Additionally, developing communities can help us to make new friends, learn some new skills, contribute to our society. Here is a link probably you may be interested in:

    • I agree with your statement and I think it is a really good idea for BOYCP people to go out and talk to those factories in order to reduce the pollution around the community, we as student should go out and talk and protest in order for those factories to reduce their pollution rate.

    • It sounds like a great idea, Dulce! Factories impact the communities a lot and has a higher risk of causing developments of asthma in kids, so we should do our best to decrease the amount of pollution in the air to help better the quality of life to people in our communities!

    • I feel like it is very important to talk about pollution because if we do not stop it now it can be very negative and it can impact all of humanity in the long run.

    • Compromising with factories might be difficult, as they may be reluctant to make changes, possibly for economic reasons. However, making demands will make the companies more transparent. Enforcing regulations will benefit the community drastically by improving the air quality.

    • I would rather discuss the city council of Chicago about the factories in the areas, since they’re the reason those factories are there in the first place.

    • Dulce, I think your opinion truly matters. Factories and their pollution truly affect a large population of citizens in certain communities. These people shouldn’t have to deal with such quality of life from their surroundings. Here is a link that shows that certain people are more effected by air pollution than others: It says that African Americans are the ones most affected. I think your point is high priority, especially with how climate change is a governmental topic that is being discussed. I hope your plan goes well, and I am excited to see how it goes.

    • I love your post. Our communities are important to us and they build us and our family. Improving communities needs to get taken more serious because it shows the best part of us. Thanks for your post i look forward to seeing your future posts.


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