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Immigration in the U.S.

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Change in Immigration Numbers

America is one of the most diverse countries in the world, with over 44.4 million immigrants in 2017 alone. People from all around the world come to America for many reasons but most of these immigrants come from Mexico “ More than 11 million U.S. immigrants were born in Mexico, putting it at the top of birth countries.” said an […]

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Part one of An Ordinary Man

While reading the first part of this book it seemed like Paul knew that Rwanda was not the loveliest place but it was still home to him. Also that the people did what they could with what little they had. He explained it as a small place with many hills each owned by a family. He talked about the type […]

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Trumps opinion on Immigrants

Nowadays when you here immigrants you mainly think about Donald Trump and how he is making the look bad. But it’s not just Donald Trump that thinks this, immigration has been a “problem” since 1815 starting with Irish Immigrants this is shown in an article by U.S. History “1815: Peace is re-established between the United States and Britain after the […]

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Immigrants in the U.S.

New York is a very multicultural state. You got Chinatown, Little Italy, etc. One thing that you might wonder about this is why are there so many different ethnic groups in this one place? Why did they choose to leave their home? What was it like moving from their home to America?  In a demographic of New York 2018, it […]

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My Thoughts On This Song

From what I read in the song “Revolution” by John Butler Trio, I think that this song is talking about white folks. Personally I don’t like this song, but I like what it stands for. A line that I found interesting was when he said “ Dictionary definition of a rat race.” I think that John Butler Trio, was also […]

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Black Lives Matter

I find it pitiful that we can still see cases of racism till this day. You can still see people of color getting mistreated either by other people or by the police. I will always have respect for the Black Lives Matter movement. They continue to fight for equal treatment and less police brutality, but even though they keep getting […]

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My Opinion on Woman’s Rights Movement

I respect the women’s rights movement. They are trying to get their voices heard in a world that was once seen in a mans world. However, their presence in social media is not the best, you’ll see a lot of  crazy people posing to be a part of this real world problem, but you won’t see what the real protesters […]

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English is not our only language

My first thought is that this is bullshit because according to our bill of rights, we have the right to freedom of speech. This means that we are allowed to say whatever we want how we want to. I might be interpreting this incorrectly but that’s just my opinion on this image. Print this page. Author Emanuel

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Texting While Driving

Honestly if you text while driving than you are stupid. The amount of times that I hear that someone has been in a car accident because they were texting while driving is unfathomable. Nowadays everyone from your teacher to your neighbor is telling you to not text while driving, but some people just choose to ignore it. So if someone […]

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Something I do

When I come home from school I usually play games for a few hours. Some people might think that this is not a good idea because I should go outside or do homework, but I get to school extra early so that leaves me with an hour to do my homework. If I don’t have anything to do for that […]

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A Growing Addiction

We all know that addiction is a pain, and fighting against that addiction is even harder. Well what if taking certain drugs is the only way to feel sane. I’m not trying to support the use of drugs. However, in the book Piri is on the brink of being an addict. At first I think that he took some drugs […]

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A Boy in a World of Hate

In the second part of the book I am reading, Piri (the main character of the book) and his family had moved to Long Island. Piri wasn’t really a fan of this idea he thought that Harlem was the only place that would really understand him and where he’ll feel at home. I honestly don’t know much about Harlem especially […]

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One Boy vs. Harlem

So far the theme in “Down These Mean Streets” might remind the reader about some stories that you hear on the news. In the news you sometimes hear a story about a little kid getting racially targeted by a group of people, they can be verbal or violent. However, in the book Piri who was getting targeted by a group […]

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Cat Lover

My name is Emanuel Gonzalez. What’s important to know about me is that at times I’m lazy, but when it really matters I do what I have to do. I was born April 6th, 2002.  I never really had a turning point in my life but family is always important to me. I was born in the Bronx and still […]

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Immigration in the U.S.

Change in Immigration Numbers

Part one of An Ordinary Man

Trumps opinion on Immigrants

Immigrants in the U.S.

My Thoughts On This Song

Black Lives Matter

My Opinion on Woman’s Rights Movement

English is not our only language

Texting While Driving

Something I do

A Growing Addiction

A Boy in a World of Hate

One Boy vs. Harlem

Cat Lover

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