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  • Dear Arual,

    I am intrigued by your post, “To Protect Black Women and Save America From Itself, Elect Black Women” because it brings awareness to the fact that in order for Black women to see a change they need to be the change and we can help them get there. Being the change and fighting for what they want is the only way they will be hea…Read More

  • Natalie L commented on the post, Positive comments

    Dear Monica, I am moved by your post “Positive comments” because it is extremely rare nowadays to see individuals being kind to one another on social media. Not only that, but even in real life, there is still a lot of bullying and discrimination that goes on.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is, “…in Asia, there is a new trend that…Read More

  • Natalie L commented on the post, Hate Crime

    Dear Raniyah, I am fascinated by your post “Hate Crime” because it is very touching. It is also very eye opening and allows us to see things from a different perspective, or from the perspective most individuals simply choose to ignore. One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is where you say, “But still, we rebuild and rise….The American…Read More

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    The Ida B. Wells Addition

    In the article, "Ida B. Wells Barbie" (Upfront) I learned that Ida B. Wells was a former enslaved individual who later transformed into an educator, news paper editor, and a civil rights activist in Memphis Tennessee. Ida was one...

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  • Dear Cristin, I am understanding with your post “My Strong and Weak Points” because it is an extremely relatable piece of work. I am able to relate to the things you mention within this post. One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is when you mention, “How can I get better at this Habit of MInd is to make conversation with the person in…Read More

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