To Nasay: in your writing about Weeksville, why was you not surprised that the back story about the community was important? Also its a good thing that your aunt lives in the community not to far, plus ask your aunt if she ever thought about the history.
This video got me woke because this video has a lot of hidden meanings but yet not everyone sees the message and hidden meanings behind the video. However im woke so I know whats happening around me and im aware of all the stuff put in the music video.
this video caught a lot of attention because it does show so much that is still going on now in 2020. it hurts to see that not many things have changed through out the years. i want hcnage and i think people like us cna make that change, this was very powerful explanation of what the video is about which helps a lot to those who dont know.
Recently in Current Events, we’ve been studying about our history. At first, I thought “Were there any legends that could exist on the island and anybody would see? When I think more on this question, I begin to
According to Vox, they said that David Hogg had beaten the critics that were saying fake news about him being a Nazi, crisis actor, fascist and FBI apologist. I believe that David should have the rights to speak
Both San Juan and Tokyo are two capital cities in different countries Puerto Rico and Japan. Puerto Rico is an American territory not to far from Florida. Japan is one of major countries in the world, Tokyo is
Even Though I haven’t been to both, I’ve always had a dream about going to Tokyo,Japan cause my favorite monster movie was made there
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