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  • Precious Fatoumata,
    I am so delighted by your letter to AOC “Motivating Youth Activists To Advocate For Their Future” because it really caught my attention and the way you talked about how the AOC motivates youth to fight for their rights. Most importantly when youth read this letter they will have the courage and believe that there is som…Read More

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    Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez,

    I am fascinated with your video because you are really giving the young generation more courage to express their voices by doing speeches and videos to be heard. Many people

    Thank You for Giving Youth Courage to Fight Back!

    Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez, I am fascinated with your video because you are really giving the young generation more courage to express their voices by doing speeches and videos to be heard. Many people feel so terrified before seeing someone that can...

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    • Dear Housseynatou,

      I am really fascinated by your detailed and cogent letter to AOC. You really demonstrated how much impact AOC has had on young people. I agree with you on the fact that AOC unconsciously encourages young people to excel by motivating them.

      One thing you said that stands out for me is: ‘One reason is that young youth are more open-minded and they are the future leaders who are meant to make the world a better place. Older people might be afraid that their love once would be hurt out of that.’ because I believe that our generation experience unprecedented events. Yet, they do not complain but they always find ways to overcome them.

      Thank you for your writing and I look forward to seeing what you write next.

    • Dear Housseynatou,

      I am choosing an adjective peaceful to show you my emotion that I feel when I read your letter AOC, “Thank You for Giving Youth Courage to Fight Back!”. Your letter was too emotional for me because it was much realist and had a great thought about all the stuff we are facing in our community.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “I live in the Bronx, and every month my community faces gun violence in schools.” I think this is powerful because it is a really true issue that the government doesn’t pay attention too much instead of that without us they are nothing and without them, we are nothing too. So we should stand up by ourselves and they will know what you want from them .
      Another sentence that I like was: “The generation before us some of them were really brave and scary..” This stood out for me because their fight does not start with us, some already started before us so we should respect their path roads in peace for they can have everything done.
      I like to do some reading online and the thing that interested me was a book called Patience. Have you seen this book? if not go see In a youtube I thought you might be interested in this because of the advice that you want to teach us from this video. Thank you for your bravery.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next Since I really enjoy reading your written style and it helps me to open my mind about our society even though sometimes it is really hard for us to accept everything. But I wonder if next time you can give us a deep conclusion? For more explanation, thank you.

    • Dear Housseynatou :
      I am obsessed with your letter, “Thank You for Giving Youth Courage to Fight Back!,” because it gives me the power and the courage to do more in my life. It helps realize that in life we can do much more, and to not be shy to say what you have to say. It is good to let your voice be heard. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is, “One reason is that young youth are more open-minded and they are the future leaders who are meant to make the world a better place.” I think this is interesting because it is true that the youth are badass. But let’s not also forget that the youth from the past did a lot more, which is as for me, this new generation is doing the same thing and they are getting better and better. Another sentence that grabbed my attention was: “I think this story is a good example of what AOC is saying because it is always the young who suffer the most and the ones who risk their lives to save others and make their lives better..” This stood out for me because we can see that most of the people who die are youth either they were shot or they were bitten and all of that is because they are doing the right thing. It’s true that the truth hurts but it is only the truth who comes first and last.
      Have you seen this article and video “ https://www.teenstakecharge.com/campaign, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xB2cbnxa7G0” I thought you might be interested in this because of the youth revolution. It’s about young youth who are fighting for an affordable education, they are representing the youth voices. Watch the video you will like, it is so important.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because your passion of writing such a thing give me inspiration for wanting more of your ideas.

  • Dear El-Hassan
    I am compassionate with your story because it really stands out for me and people can just read the first paragraph and understand what you are going to talk about in the essay. Maggie’s family were really struggling when it comes to education and living status. This sentence really caught my attention “which was a very poor vil…Read More

  • Beloved Hanna,
    I am touched with the language you used to explain how minorities are suffering from the society. Especially the black people who suffered the most because they are black and poor. Sometimes it looks like they are isolated from society. This paragraph really helped me to see being poor can affect many people’s lives and to not h…Read More

  • I am fascinated with your story, because you really showed the differences between the three stories. You explained the importance of education and how some the kids in “The Lesson” were not taking it seriously and at the end they realize that a person without education it’s just a bird without wings. This paragraph really caught my atten…Read More

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