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  • Dear Sophia,
    I am very much intrigued and fascinated by the interest you take in your post regarding, “Actor Makes History At Oscars”, because of the light of positivity you shine on deaf actors. Furthermore, I find it very touching that the Oscars are inclusive enough to include actors with disabilities. One sentence you wrote that stands out…Read More

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    I was very pleased to read your post, “Debates over Gun Control Laws in the United States”, because of your unique, yet important view on the subject.  Although, your view is more one that is descriptive of both sides to gun control, I find it to be a necessary read for those who are wanting to learn more about this subject (to make a…Read More

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    Dear Yaritzi,
    I am very much impressed by your post, “Littering in Thailand”, because of your unique and blunt response. I appreciate the fact that you recognize how important it is to take care of the environment. One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is: “I think that they are helping a good cause and that these steps need to be added…Read More

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    Good or Bad?: Life Without DACA

    "A new generation of undocumented students is coming of age without access to the program that provided some temporary protections. What will their futures look like?" -From Life Without DACA, by Miriam Jordan (The New York Times upfront) After...

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    • Dear Isaac,

      I am amazed by your post, “Good or bad?: Life without DACA” because you mention the effect of having to use DACA. I say this because his future may seem uncertain if DACA is removed.One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was, “Personally, I find that the DACA program should have had a stricter set of conditions for membership because it is really necessary to ensure that in the event the program is shut down, they are still capable of picking themselves back up again.” I think this is important because people need to be sure of what will happen if it is lost and what could be their backup. This is an essential question that should be answered.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because this is very informative and I wanna see what else you can talk about when it comes to DACA.

      Sincerely, Yaritzi Torres

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