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    Act 2. Scene 6

    By: Erika Romero

     

    2.6 Juan meets Bella at City Hall. After expressing their love to each other,  they are finally married.

     

    Enter Court and Juan

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    Romeo and Juliet in 2017

    Act 2. Scene 6 By: Erika Romero   2.6 Juan meets Bella at City Hall. After expressing their love to each other,  they are finally married.   Enter Court and Juan Judge     Aren’t you going to be happy that in a few minutes...

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  • Dear Cheryl,
    This article is good! I agree with you on how everyone is good and bad, but every person is good in their own way. Something that stood out for me is when you said “In my opinion there’s no one way this can be an accurate definition” what are you trying to say is how there is no right or wrong answer for people to u…Read More

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    Artist Statement

    Erika Romero

    This shadow box represents the things that I identify myself as and what was my assigned identity when I was born. My biological sex is female. When people look at me, they see a

    Erika's Identity Shadow Box

    Artist Statement Erika Romero This shadow box represents the things that I identify myself as and what was my assigned identity when I was born. My biological sex is female. When people look at me, they see a short and weak...

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    • Hey there I’m Jordan, a senior from Fremont High School and I really enjoyed your shadow box project because it had a lot of things that I enjoy myself such as the picture of the Oakland Raiders and the picture of the slate because I’m a big fan of various movies. I just have a couple of questions about your shadow box project
      1.Who or what gave you your love for sports?
      2.Who or what gave you your love for the Oakland Raiders?
      3.Who or what gave you your love for movies?
      Sincerely,
      Jordan

    • Erika, I really liked your shadows box because you added things that mattered to you like pictures of your family and friends. I also like how you explained your dominant and counter narrative. When you said that people assume that you are weak and can’t play sports, I really liked that because you then explained that’s not true and you don’t believe what society says. Overall I really liked your box and how you organized it and I got to learn new things about you.
      Sincerely,
      Joana

    • Dear Erika,Thank you for sharing your work.My name is Cristian and I am a student at Fremont High School.Something I liked about your work was how you included things that are important to u and that make up your identity.Something I have a question about is what is your favorite movie that’s connects to you. Please feel free to comment on my work in the future. The address of my student blog is http://cristianfhs2021.edublogs.org/.
      Thank You!

    • Dear Erka,

      Thank you for sharing your work. My name is Keon and I am a student at Fremont High School.
      Something I liked about your work was how you describe how you fought against the dominant narrative.
      Something I have a question about is what is your favorite sport. Please feel free to comment on my work in the future. The address of my student blog is http://keonsfhs2021.edublogs.org.
      Thank You!

    • Erika Romero
      One sentence that stands out to me is when you said “When people look at me, they see a short and weak girl who can’t play sports and can’t do much because she is not strong enough, but this is a dominant narrative”. This sentence stands out to me because Adolescents use to think that just because I was a girl I couldn’t play basketball and they never use to pass me the ball and I just feel like many of girls can relate to this dominant narrative.

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    Erika commented on the post, Expectations

    Dear Bertha,
    Im student at life academy. I agree with you how the stereotypes from the people outside expect from a women and a female. This happens a lot to latina girls because that´s how man expect from women and to do more things for them like you said cook them food and your have to be pretty for the people from outside. Do u think this…Read More

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