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  • What stood out to me was some people were getting ashamed of being Mexican but the other kids would make fun of them for the Mexicans bring meat with rice and beans. This stood out to me because for them being ashamed must mean that the other kids would make fun of them bad and make them feel less of themselves. Another thing that stood out to me…Read More

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    • This is a very true statement and i agree because setting back to a Mexican Latin American being ashamed of themsleves was one sad statistic since the Americans would convey in not knowing that everyone deserves to live. Not just that but they are humans in the national world. Like why treat them like if they were animals? when everyone has…

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    Through the article "Women Rights to Know", I learned that There are three ways a pregnancy can end: a woman can give birth, have a miscarriage or she can choose to have an abortion. Different methods of abortion are...

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    • Dear Miriah of the article Woman”s Rights to know,
      I am shocked with your Explanation of the letter by saying that women have three methods when carrying a baby, “Woman’s rights to know,” because I think that these are all methods that are meant to be in woman”s rights and no one has the right to have a say on how it goes on in women rights. Whether it was their decision or not that is not something we should be worried about. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “There are three ways a pregnancy can end.” I think this is awful in a type of way because I understand why most women wouldn’t want a child and sometimes I feel miscarrige’s are misunderstood. This is because women are held accountable if the miscarry and it can lead to a long line of depression in some cases. Thanks for your writing though I like to see different ways of thinking, I sorta processed what you meant. I look forward to seeing what you write next.
      -L.M

    • DEAR MARIAH, Your post made me think about how simple yet depressing a pregnancy could be. You put it into simple terms but it could really ruin someone’s life. Something that i wonder is what’s your opinion on the topic as your turn sounds neutral.
      Thank You, Goodbye
      -ISRAEL VALERO LUJANO

    • Dear Mariah, Your post made me think about pregnancy and the various ways in which it can technically end. Additionally, it makes me consider the thoughts of women that find themselves in a situation where they happen to have a miscarriage or an abortion. It makes me realize that aside from the physiological effects of either situation there are also a plethora of psychological implications. Something I know wonder is if any, what psychological issues may emerge within women who do have an abortion?
      -B.M.

    • Dear Mariah, Your post made me think about how fast a baby can develop throughout the pregnancy in a short period of time and why it should be done early in the processes. As well as ow they are different ways it can be affected. Something I wonder is how many cases has their been where mothers have sadly lost a kid or how late in their pregnancy aborted a baby even if it has been passed the recommended weeks?

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    Through an article titled Reasons for Abortion, I learned that many people have abortions for personal reasons. Mothers face physical, emotional and financial challenges when they have children. In these cases, it's a matter of life or death, so...

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    In the article, “The Reason for Abortion” I discovered that a lot of people get abortions for personal reasons, whether or not those reasons are valid. When having children, mothers experience physical, emotional, and economic difficulties. In such situations,...

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Nice to know that they had went back to school without an incidnet and to see the change

After their victory the Mendezes resumed to work without saying anything about their win

This shows that Kent is races towards mexican. He knows that the Mexican have the availability to succeed but he just doesn't want t give them the opportunity

Do you think the judge shouldve said more to Kent?

I liked how the judge didnt like the things Kent had made racists comments toward the Mexican and said that separate schools create social inequality

What do you think people can do to change that?

Do you think that needed to be changed? like higher pay?

The mendezes didn't just walk away they organized a group to protest and sent a letter to the school board.

It was easy to fight back because some people had fear that they would lose their jobs or get deported. But Gonzalo kept trying and did whatever it took to get people to go to court

The mexicans weren't getting payed as much there held low-paying as field workers and it was hard for them to get jobs or to be economically advance

They were successful by coming to the US because he was the champion of orange picking and he had higher wage than other workers and got their own ranch.

I agree with you because it wasnt fair and they should've been treating equally

What do you think the dark skinned should've done something? Like fight back?

They weren't give the same education as they should've had and gave them shabbier equipments . They didnt have the divided attention like the white kids had.

Why would it matter if you were dark skinned but just because the other children were light skinned if there were all mexican which doesnt make it right. What do they get from not letting them go to their school?

Sweatshops can help people the kids worry and americans have a hard time accepting it.

There isnt a lot of sweatshops there dont go to poorest nations

They rather work at sweatshops than to work somewhere is dangerous.

They rather work in a factory so they can at least have shade

The americans doesnt see it when they try to get labor standards.

It's a dangerous place to work in full of smoke.

brands still dont admit that they look at bottom prices.

Even though its unsafe to work in those conditions they still are still working no matter what.

They wont be able to live off 37 a month

The workers only get 37 a month which isn't a lot of money.

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